Two very different venues in two very different places in Scotland had one-off cinema shows recently – in two very different ways.
We highlight three of the most important omissions from the Cinematic Edinburgh Map – left out only for geographical and space reasons – as they are 3 of our favourite buildings!
Andrew Martin, the NLS Curator for the Modern Scottish Collections, gives us an exclusive overview of the new exhibition at the National Library of Scotland in Edinburgh – Going to the […]
Today we think of silent cinema as an amusing distraction, something that passed the time until sound films were invented. But nothing could be further from the truth…
Linlithgow, the Royal Burgh situated roughly 20 miles from the Scottish capital of Edinburgh, may be best known as the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots but its cinematic past also deserves to be remembered.
Going to the Pictures: Scotland at the Cinema, is a new exhibition that runs at the National Library of Scotland between 15 June and 28 October.
As part of the West End Festival, Gordon Barr and Gary Painter of the ScottishCinemas.org website will be leading an afternoon walking tour through Glasgow’s west end, highlighting examples of the full range […]