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.
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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.
Purple Creative has created an innovative AIR-based virtual whisky distillery tour for Glenfiddich
Creative Scotland has unveiled its vision statement and a document, Investing in Scotland’s Creative Future, that reveals an ambition to see Scotland recognised as one of the world’s most creative nations.
International digital arts festival NEoN has unveiled the latest additions to an already impressive line up of delegates confirmed to deliver speeches and presentations at the showpiece two day conference this week.
Glasgow-based TV production company Matchlight is to offer unique paid 12-week internships for four producers and directors
As part of the annual TV shindig in Edinburgh, the Meet the Controller sessions are an invaluable source of information aimed to provide a rare glimpse into the inner workings of some of the world’s top broadcasters.
A glittering Opening Night Gala launched the 2010 Edinburgh International Film Festival, as guests arrived for the UK premiere of The Illusionist.
th1ng director Sylvain Chomet is to be honoured at 50th Anniversary Annecy Animation Festival, which starts today
The 64th edition of the Edinburgh International Film Festival which runs from 16 – 27 June, will host twenty-two World premieres, and twelve International premieres.
The 35th annual MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television Festival has announced an impressive line-up of creative and industry luminaries.
NEoN 2010 is a seven-day international digital arts festival featuring moving image, performance, music and technology driven arts taking place between 8 – 14 November 2010 in and around the University of Abertay, Dundee, Scotland
Avid opens a Centre of Excellence and appoints first Scottish training partner
The Chief Executive of Scotland’s new national arts and culture body, Creative Scotland, will be Andrew Dixon. Creative Scotland will take over the functions and resources of Scottish Screen and the Scottish Arts Council.
Brickyard VFX has contributed visual effects to a series of spots for Titleist golf clubs and golf balls, creating animated overlays on footage of courses in St Andrews and Chicago.