It's's been a few years since I covered the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival for the Edinburgh Evening News or my own blog, but I still try and keep an eye out for something that might interest fellow film and TV fans.
In 2011 I'm celebrating my fourth year of attendance at the Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) in a professional capacity, and it's the year that my involvement in the Festival has changed the most.
As I mentioned back in March, I worked with the team behind this year's Glasgow Film Festival as their video blogger, interviewing a number of their guests for the official YouTube channel.
Travelling 5,000 miles to watch a few films isn't something I thought I'd be doing at the start of the year when I made a resolution to watch more classic movies, but with the second TCM Classic Film Festival taking place in Hollywood, I didn't have much choice.
Following my recent filming blitz for the Glasgow Film Festival I went back to the audio slideshow format for my latest project.
Ten days. Eleven videos. One rather tired vlogger. That was the end result of my time at the 2011 Glasgow Film Festival, where I was hired to speak to as many actors, directors and producers as possible for the offiical YouTube site.