The programme for EIFF 2016 has been announced, with highlights including premieres of Finding Dory, Tommy’s Honour and Whisky Galore!, and special versions of Highlander and Trainspotting
Category: Film News
A 4K Codex recording system has been launched into space for a forthcoming IMAX production, and will orbit the Earth for the next twelve months.
As the 68th Edinburgh International Film Festival gets underway, we look at how digital technology and creative planning have brought it bang up to date.
London VFX house Nvizible has branched out to Northern Ireland, with the launch of Nvizible Belfast.
A new report shows a clear opportunity for a new film and TV studio facility in Scotland, recommending the building of a foundation studio if private sector investment can’t be found.
They’ll be extending the trophy cabinet at Framestore this morning after Gravity scooped the Best Visual Effects award as well as a clutch of other Oscars, including Best Cinematography, Best Film Editing, Best Original Score, Best Sound Editing, Best Sound Mixing and the Best Directing award.
The Centennial Celebration of Norman McLaren begins in April, with a full programme of dance, theatre, music, visual arts, comedy and commemorative events, highlighting the life and work of the renowned animator.
The Visual Effects Society (VES), held its 12th Annual Awards this week, with UK teams from Framestore and Moving Picture Company among those honoured
A new review of the Film sector in Scotland has just been published, highlighting the size and importance of the industry and the challenges facing it.
The British Government has announced changes to UK film tax relief as part of yesterday’s Chancellor’s autumn statement.
Milk, a new London-based, high-end visual effects facility has launched, founded by former creatives and execs from the Mill’s Film and TV division.
Assimilate shines a light on the talent working on set and in post for many of the films in this year’s Cannes Film Festival, which starts tomorrow.
Creative Skillset’s influential online panel for the UK film industry is seeking more participants
It’s the last week to submit films completed in 2012 for Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival
Additional funding for R&D and Skills and public consultation on support for VFX through the tax system