A Hollywood legend, Buck Henry entertained audiences with his masterful skills both in front and behind the camera.
James Bond, Harley Quinn and Maverick will all make returns to the big screen in 2020.
Actress Karen Gillan has revealed male co-stars have had to stand on boxes so they don’t appear shorter than her on screen.
She was the world's first female film-maker who helped transform attitudes in the movie industry.
Short films and animations made by directors across Europe will be showcased at an Aberdeen film festival this month.
The opening date for the new cinema has been delayed until early 2020.
Fans of Ridley Scott’s 1980s sci-fi movie Blade Runner have branded November Blade Runner Month as it was pointed out the film is no longer set in the future.
Avengers: Endgame has become the fastest-selling download film of all time.
Director, screenwriter and producer John Singleton was a trailblazer in the industry, helping to pave the way to success for many others in Hollywood.
A series of films capturing the history of Elgin are to be shown at a special fundraising event next month.
A north-east film-maker has unveiled the trailer for his new movie, Stan and Ollie, which chronicles the life of world-famous comedians Laurel and Hardy.
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.
After seeing a popular film that’s based on a novel, one way to guarantee an increase in your cultural credibility is to say: “It wasn’t as good as the book.”
Talented law student Elle Woods looks set to return in a third Legally Blonde film.
A keen Marvel fan has watched Avengers: Infinity War 42 times.
Bias against female writers and systemic problems are creating a “self-sustaining loop” of inequality in the screenwriting industry, a new report into gender representation has found.
Movie buffs from across the north-east are relishing the excitement of Oscars night as the glitzy awards ceremony approaches.
Around 250 people went through the doors for the controversial first Sunday opening of the Stornoway arts centre.
They may be some of your favourite movies of all time but would you be able to recognise them from their posters? We’re putting your movie knowledge to the test by only showing you a section of the poster for each film.
A series of rare films, which showcase fishing communities in the north-east, will be screened across Scotland this summer.
Film about woman who escapes retirement home to climb Highland mountain in Edinburgh Film Festival line-up
A film about an elderly woman who escapes from her retirement home in order to climb a Highland mountain is among a host of Scottish films set to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
It’s the day Star Wars fans have been waiting for – the day the teaser trailer for Episode VIII: The Last Jedi was released. Now you’ve watched it, why not test your Star Wars knowledge with our quiz. Find out how well you know lines from your favourite movies.
Links to the Highlands are celebrated in the new blockbuster film, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.
Donald-Taylor is a massive movie fan and his passion for the big screen is clear for all to see.
It’s been almost 100 years since Edgar Rice Burroughs’ muscular protector of the jungle swung into action on the big screen in the swaggering form of silent movie actor Elmo Lincoln.
Paul Feig always knew rebooting Ghostbusters would be a challenge, but the American film-maker remains hopeful that his take on the iconic supernatural comedy can be judged on its own merit.
With the Cannes film festival 2016 in full swing, we take a look at some inspirational holiday destinations that have featured in iconic films down the years.
Can Hotel Rwanda and Boogie Nights actor Don Cheadle do justice to the King of jazz? Read our review of Miles Ahead to find out
Protegee. Pioneer. Heroin addict. That there were many shades to musician Miles Davis’s life is a given. But what’s not is that a memorable life lived means a memorable biopic made.
Ardent fans of unlikely kung fu-fighting warrior Po will happily grin and panda bear this derivative yet breathlessly energetic third instalment of the computer-animated adventure series.
When the mighty fall, they fall hard.
A marketing project which aims to promote, showcase and highlight Caithness and Sutherland using a series of short films has been given a £10,000 boost from the VisitScotland Growth Fund.
Hundreds of comic book fans descended on an Aberdeenshire town dressed as their favourite superheroes, TV and film characters.