A film festival postponed due to the coronavirus is going virtual and moving part of its programme online to ensure that audiences do not miss out.
Sir Billy Connolly has said he may consider a return to acting if a “nice thing” came up.
Plans for a new £50 million cinema complex that would become the home for the Edinburgh International Film Festival have been unveiled.
A film pirate who plotted to release a Fast & Furious movie before it hit the big screen could have cost the industry more than £200 million, police said.
The stars and subject of a film about child sexual abuse have praised the work of Childline as they met counsellors at its offices in Glasgow.
A new tourism campaign has been launched to highlight television and film productions shot in Falkirk and West Lothian.
With the number of flights taken to get to each ceremony and the emissions involved in making each new red carpet outfit, awards season isn’t particularly environmentally friendly. Joaquin Phoenix has taken an unusual stand this year by pledging to wear the same Stella McCartney suit for each event, and he now looks to have stepped out in the black tux at the British Academy Film Awards.
Taron Egerton has said he regrets forgetting to thank Sir Elton John at the Golden Globe awards – but the singer quickly forgave him.
Bronze statues depicting famous moments and characters in cinema from the last century will be placed in Leicester Square in a celebration of London’s film history.
Producer Kathleen Kennedy is to be presented with the Bafta Fellowship at the 2020 film awards ceremony.
Hundreds of youngsters in Aberdeen were left spellbound after watching the new Frozen 2 film on the big screen.
A north-east organisation has been commended for improving safety in the oil industry.
A north-east film director has had his prestigious Scottish Bafta award win recognised in the Scottish Parliament.
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.
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.
A documentary made in Aberdeen urging people to sign the organ donor register has been commended to Holyrood.
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.
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.
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.
YouTube prankster LadBaby is raising money for a children’s charity by selling a Buzz Lightyear toy he previously launched into space.
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 north-east director who is about to embark on a nostalgia-filled journey back to his roots hopes he’ll inspire the next generation to achieve their dreams.
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 filmmaker is set to make an appearance at a north-east festival.
A special pre-release screening of Toy Story 4 has been announced by the Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF).
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.
An Aberdeen director has brought a popular novel set in a Native American reservation to the screen – after dedicating years of his life to the project.