A great location for the film industry

Scotland is now an even more attractive location for the film and TV industry thanks to a new fund. A new £1.75m Production Growth Fund will give Film and TV producers a new incentive to base their productio...

Creating new worlds

Over 100 individual artists and organisations working across the arts, screen and creative industries in Scotland have been given a huge financial boost. Creative Scotland has made over £2.4million of Open P...

All roads lead to Eurobike 2015

Scotland will be showcased as a key player in the global cycle market this week, as 15 Scottish businesses take their innovative cycle products to the world’s largest bike show, Eurobike, held in Germany betwee...

Temporary Iron Foundry public art event

A public art project is underway at the near the Forth and Clyde canal, Glasgow. Temporary Iron Foundry is part of THEN/NOW — a public art project for/with the Forth and Clyde Canal by artists Minty Donald, ...

Spielberg films in Scotland

Skye was one of three Scottish locations used by legendary film director Steven Spielberg for his movie of children’s book favourite The BFG. Orkney and the Outer Hebrides made up the hat-trick of stunning b...

Setting the scene

The Scottish government has supported more than 300 emerging filmmakers to develop their screen skills through an eight-year funding package to the Edinburgh International Film Festival totalling £950,000, cul...