Edinburgh International Film Festival
Actor Richard E Grant breezed into the Edinburgh Filmhouse today to promote his part in this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival. READ MORE
Initiative adds £17.5m to Scots economy
A fund to bring more film production to Scotland has generated £17.5 million for the economy ..
Works by one of the ‘bad boys’ of 17th century art feature in a ground-breaking display in Scotland. Full story here..
Film review: Rachel Weisz perfectly achieves the balance of innocent temptress and widowed victim in this big screen adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier’s novel, writes Terry Murden. See review here
The Edinburgh Fringe will be bigger than ever and this year artists are coming together around the theme “Alliance of Defiance”… PLUS a technology incubator gets in on the festivalRead More
Project hit by costs and complexity
Rising costs and complex engineering works have forced the Scottish National Galleries to remodel its planned revamp and delay its opening by a year…
Climbing World Cup
Young climber Natalie Berry will be among 200 of the world’s top competitors descending on Edinburgh this autumn for the Climbing World Cup.. Terry Murden went along to theRead More
Edinburgh has seen a number of its live music venues close… Pauline Taylor hears from those who fear more may follow
Record for US artist
A painting by a late graffiti artist who once made $50 for selling his art on the streets has been sold for $110.5m (£85.4m). The price fetched for the workRead More
An exhibition of paintings and photography by Ed Ruscha opens at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art this weekend. Daily Business had a sneak preview (click here)