An MSP has warned of the film industry’s worries over the impact of Brexit.
Last year there were almost 400 film and video companies in Scotland, up from 240 in 2008.
Major productions such as Outlaw King and Outlander have been shot in the country.
However, MSP Gillian Martin said industry leaders are worried about the potential ramifications of the UK leaving the European Union.
She said: “As well as the direct economic impact of the industry, there’s no greater advert for Scotland as a tourist destination.
“The SNP in government is committed to supporting our screen sector but, like all creative industries, there are serious concerns over the impact of Brexit.
“It’s shameful that, just three weeks until we’re expected to leave the EU, businesses and workers still have absolutely no clarity on what Brexit will look like.”