James Dean has not been alive in 64 years, but the Rebel Without A Cause actor has been cast in a new film about the Vietnam War.
The organiser of a long-running French film festival has highlighted the “irony”of his Europe-friendly celebration starting in Aberdeen just days after the UK is meant to be leaving the EU.
Tourists visiting a flight of stairs in New York which features in box office hit Joker have said locals were “cheerful and warm” despite complaints from the neighbourhood.
Aspiring witches and wizards no longer have to wait for their ticket to Hogwarts to be delivered by owl as one of Harry Potter’s acceptance letters goes under the hammer.
Organisers of Aberdeen’s fast-growing crime fiction festival are opening up the event to local aspiring filmmakers.
Film-maker Nate Parker, who three years ago came under scrutiny for a rape allegation from college, has apologised for his response at the time.
A premiere has been announced for an eagerly anticipated film inspired by the "invasion" of women into an Aberdeen pub.
Disney’s live-action reimagining of Mulan is facing calls for a boycott after its star reportedly voiced support for police in Hong Kong.
Beyonce has released a new song to tie in with the premiere of Disney’s remake of The Lion King.
Children at a Peterhead primary school have been declared winners of a new Doric film festival.
Actor Angus Macfadyen has said he hopes his new film Robert the Bruce will boost support for Scottish independence.
Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle has said he owes “a great deal” to Edinburgh as he brought his latest picture to the city’s annual celebration of film.
A budding young actor from Aberdeenshire is hoping to tread the boards on the international stage.
For the first time, in 2018, an entire feature film was shot in Argyll and Bute, bringing in an estimated spend of £1,088,500 to the local economy.
A celebration of the work of female film-makers and a special appearance by Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle are among the highlights of this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF).
A controversial application to erect a phone mast in Pennan has been rejected by councillors despite planners recommending approval.
A year after 82 women protested en masse on the red carpet, the Cannes Film Festival has defended its record on female film-makers.
A special pre-release screening of Toy Story 4 has been announced by the Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF).
A Highland composer and artist has spent hours inside a giant, dark wartime tunnels making a film capturing what is believed to be the longest echo in the world.
Will Smith is set to walk the red carpet in London for the premiere of Aladdin.
Anne Hathaway believes she did not know how to be happy before she had a child.
Marvel fans, along with cast and crew, have created a hashtag to prevent spoilers of new superhero film Avengers: Endgame.
A film explaining how funded nursery lunches work has been launched by Moray Council.
Hollywood actress Michelle Williams and Phil Elverum have separated after less than a year of marriage.
Carlos Acosta has said he was on a “path of delinquency” in Cuba before he became a professional dancer.
Jameela Jamil says being deaf as a child has given her empathy.
Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter have announced the long-awaited third Bill & Ted film is due out next year.
Warwick Davis has told of a “cherished” memory involving Alan Rickman and his daughter years ago while filming one of the final Harry Potter films.
A new character voiced by Keanu Reeves makes a brief appearance in the first full-length trailer for Toy Story 4.
Aberdeenshire Council is hoping to tap into the lucrative movie business by charging a fee for filming at its harbours.
Olivia Newton-John has said she is grateful to have the “gift of extra time” as she talked about living with cancer.
Olivia Colman has said receiving the BFI Fellowship at an event held in her honour felt like “a surprise birthday party… on the back of a lovely year”.