Details of my newly-launched film blog.
New feature on BBC Movie Café.
I've been writing a lot about Scottish independent filmmaking this week, ending it with an invitation to be part of a panel discussion at Edinburgh's Filmhouse next Saturday.
[SFX213] The article I wrote for the October 2011 issue of SFX Magazine on the 1990 sci-fi/horror film, Tremors, is currently available for free on the magazine's iPad/iPhone app.
A visit to Eilean Donan with Screen Machine and interviews with Kelly Macdonald and Robbie Coltrane.
As the world slowly goes mad for Disney-Pixar's Brave, the US release taking in over $65 million at the box office on it's US release and the UK premiere taking place in Edinburgh last weekend, my coverage of the Scottish-set film has started to appear in a few places.
I may not be heading to Cannes in person this year but some of my work will be premiering there as part of the Highlands of Scotland Film Commission's impressive new iPad app.
I was in London a few weeks ago to attend a screening of the first 30-minutes of Disney-Pixar's upcoming animated movie, Brave, a film that Scottish tourism bosses hope will repeat the success of Braveheart in the mid-90s.
It was just under year ago that I wrote about my visit to the TCM Classic Film Festival, something of a mecca for classic film fans around the globe.
February found me putting together a handful of new video interviews for ReelScotland to promote a new film and a new Scottish stageplay based on a film.