Lochaber councillors clashed yesterday as members of Highland Council’s south planning committee met to decide the fate of seven micro-hydro schemes in Glen Etive, the iconic Highland landscape featured in the James Bond film, Sky Fall.
Gwyneth Paltrow has said she was not afraid to stand up to Harvey Weinstein.
Aberdeenshire is receiving worldwide exposure after featuring in the blockbuster movie Mary Queen of Scots.
The Bafta awards celebrate the most talented directors, performers, and films from around the world… but the awards wouldn’t be the same without paying homage to the best of Britain.
Britain’s largest seaweed processor - which even supplies algae for the sets of blockbusters like Pirates of the Caribbean and Star Wars - has been awarded more than £650,000 to grow more.
Sometimes it seems logic works slightly differently in Hollywood movies than in real life, and we’ve all wished from time to time that our lives worked a little more like a film.
The infamous group have come a long way since being snubbed by the people of Dingwall back in 1963 as we'll soon see them back on the big screen.
Will Smith has offered glimpse on to the set of Bad Boys 3 after posting a first look photo of him and co-star Martin Lawrence.
Sir Michael Palin and Simon Amstell are among the stars who will attend this year’s Glasgow Film Festival (GFF), organisers have announced.
Andy Vajna, a Hungarian-American film producer who worked on several Rambo films with Sylvester Stallone and Madonna’s Evita, has died at the age of 74.
An historic Perthshire estate is working on a fresh plan to lure big name Hollywood productions to the area.
Mary Queen Of Scots star Saoirse Ronan has described the film’s Scottish premiere at Edinburgh Castle as “the most special screening”.
Mary Queen Of Scots star Saoirse Ronan is among the famous names expected to attend the film’s Scottish premiere at Edinburgh Castle on Monday evening.
The new Mary Queen Of Scots movie offers a great opportunity for Scotland’s tourism sector, the Culture Secretary has said.
While many people may not be familiar with the name William Morgan Sheppard, they almost certainly will be aware of his work.
Films about skateboarders in Los Angeles and rave culture in the 1990s will open and close this year’s Glasgow Film Festival.
Felicity Jones has said it is the challenge of her generation to contest the idea that women who have an opinion are frightening.
Home Alone and Home Alone 2 are watched around the world when Christmas is in town, but this year some of the film franchise’s fans got more than they bargained for.
Here’s the picture which proves that Jon S Baird has spent nearly 40 years bringing Laurel and Hardy to the silver screen.
Off-screen, the year in film was dominated by discussions around Me Too and Time’s Up. But on screen, there were a number of cinematic offerings that stood out.
From earning a six-figure salary as a film special effects director to being homeless and close to death from alcohol abuse, Bill Scanlon experienced a dramatic fall.
A touching and entertaining message shown to Lin-Manuel Miranda by a fellow bus passenger has gone viral.
Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson unveil an arsenal of alien weaponry in the new trailer for Men in Black International.
Princess Eugenie has hailed as a “hero” a Canadian filmmaker who died in a scuba diving accident while making a documentary about illegal fishing and shark finning.
A huge former industrial building in Port of Leith has been chosen as the home of a major new film and television studio for Scotland.
Social media users have voiced their outrage at steep ticket prices for Odeon’s newly refurbished Leicester Square theatre.
The Bafta Academy Film Awards will take place on February 2 in 2020, it has been confirmed.
A video appears to show Will Smith kidnapping Lewis Hamilton so that he can win the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in his stead.
Tributes have been paid to US magician and actor Ricky Jay.
A filmmaker whose tear-jerking Christmas film has been viewed millions of times on social media says it is an “advert for humanity”.
Getting rickrolled has been an internet in-joke for years, but Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph has managed to pull off the trick on the man himself, Rick Astley.
An award-winning film that was shot in a Moray town and used locals as actors will be screened there for the first time.