Films

Into Scottish Creatives: Graham Hughes

Hailing from Kirkintilloch, Graham Hughes is a Scottish writer and film director with a body of critically acclaimed and award winning work. With a clear love of film from a young age, it’s no surprise that Hughes is creating waves in the movie scene in Scotland through

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Into Scottish Creatives: May Miles Thomas

Glasgow-born film maker May Miles Thomas is undoubtedly one of Scotland’s finest visual storytellers, an award winning auteur whose tapestries challenge and bewitch in equal measure. Yet remarkably, she remains relatively unheralded in her homeland. May Miles Thomas is someone who sees the story between the cracks,

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Into Scottish Creatives: Grant McPhee

Interview: Grant McPhee Occupation:Film Director Over at Intro Creative towers we’ve been beavering away in recent months and from a general discussion in a well known pub in the west end of Glasgow, we came up with an idea. An idea to showcase the best of Scottish creative

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Into Creative Recommends: Teenage Superstars

Film: Teenage Superstars Venue: Raindance website Date: 01 – 03 May 2020 At times like this, it’s fair to say we are all really, really, missing music and in particular live gigs and hearing from our favourite musicians. There are some diamonds in the mud however. The

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Help The Hug & Pint survive the Corona Crisis

The Hug and Pint is a cracking little venue on Great Western Road in Glasgow.  I used to play football with Brian Reynolds who co-owns the venue, so I know that The Hug genuinely exists out of love for music and (award winning) vegan food. A cool

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Into Films Review: Arracht – UK Premiere, GFT, Glasgow

Film: Arracht (Monster) Director: Tom Sullivan Cinema: Glasgow Film Theatre Event: UK Premiere Screening with Q&A (featuring Director and Lead Actor) Date: 2 March 2020 Arracht (Monster) is a searingly austere film which deserves the widest possible audience. Set in the wild and forbidding grounds of the

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10 Reasons Why I Love Cameron Crowe’s ‘Almost Famous’

What do I love about Cameron Crowe’s Almost Famous? To begin with … everything. Cameron Crowe, teenage rock scribe turned adult film maker. To date, still the youngest ever staff writer in Rolling Stone magazines’ near 50 year history but I’m afraid his years on the road,

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