Known to contemporary audiences as Leonard in the US sitcom Community, Richard Erdman had more than seven decades of acting experience under his belt.
It was a good night for some at the 91st Oscars but a disappointing night for others. Check out our gallery of all the winners at last night’s event.
Three new shows are expected to bring the silver screen to Aberdeen this year.
A cinema chain has lost its legal battle to reduce its rent at a city shopping mall.
Moray locals were treated to a fascinating collection of old films dating back over a century during a special showing in Elgin yesterday.
A west Highland cinema has been awarded not one, but two grants to help renovate its roof and foyer area.
Sabbath supporters have “deplored” the “sad” decision by the Isle of Lewis’s only public cinema to open again on Sundays.
Islanders are being invited to become extras for a dark comedy being filmed on Lewis before Christmas.
Movie stars have remembered late Marvel Comics co-creator Stan Lee as a "creative genius" who will leave "an indelible mark".
A trailer for Hollywood A-lister Karen Gillan's directorial debut The Party's Just Beginning has just been released.
Woody and Buzz Lightyear are reunited with their old friends in a first-look teaser trailer for Toy Story 4, along with a surprising new addition.
They brought a touch of Hollywood glamour to the towns and villages of the Highlands for decades.
A leading Scottish movie-maker has backed a new Doric film competition which is taking place in 2019.
He is the north-east teenager who has combined the technical wizardry of Nick Park with the heroes from the Marvel canon to stunning effect.
It is the language which resonated in Sunset Song, the Mearns-based novel which was recently voted Scotland’s favourite book.
Plans for a two-screen cinema in a Highland town have been well received by a west coast community.
Plans for a purpose-built cinema in the centre of Fort William will be lodged with Highland Council in the next few weeks, the owner of the land has confirmed.
A cathedral is pressing ahead with plans to show two “not for the faint-hearted” horror films and Monty Python’s Life of Brian on an inflatable big screen – despite opposition from some church wardens.
They were beloved the world over for getting into “another fine mess”, whether painfully pushing a piano up a driveway or joining the Foreign Legion.
Crime novelist Ian Rankin has backed proposals to create a permanent cinema in the village of Cromarty.
It’s always nice to go to the cinema and see a movie that allows you to escape into a world of fantasy and fun, but where cinema really comes into its own is when it opens the door to an aspect of life you may have known little about.
Cinema goers on the Sabbatarian Isle of Lewis will controversially be able to watch films for the first time on Sundays.
The latest instalment in the Star Wars franchise is here.
The fifteenth Inverness Film Festival came to a triumphant end on Sunday evening with organisers describing it as the “most successful ever”.
Plans to create a new cinema in the centre of Aberdeen have taken a step forward, with work on the complex poised to begin within months.
We’ve been to space for Alien: Covenant and set sail on the high seas for Pirates Of The Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge, which can only mean blockbuster season is upon us.
Fans of man's best friend will be heading to the cinema this weekend to catch the heart-warming tale of A Dog's Purpose.
It's been almost three years since we were introduced to the Guardians of the Galaxy.
PICTURES: Inverness star Karen Gillan joins cast at Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 premiere in London
Inverness actress Karen Gillan joined the rest of her cast at the European premiere of her recent release, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol II. It was held at at the Eventim Apollo in London.
Today James McAvoy will celebrate his 37th birthday. To mark his big day, we’ve chosen his back catalogue of films for this week’s P&J Movie Quiz. So, can you name these 11 James McAvoy movies?
Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh’s new film rejected for funding… Because it’s apparently not Scottish enough
A new film by Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh has been rejected for funding -- because it is not Scottish enough.
The isle of Skye will once again have a starring role in a Hollywood blockbuster after it was announced one of its most famous landmarks will appear in Guy Ritchie's latest movie.