Tuesday, March 28, 2017
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Scotland on the big screen

These fifteen films based or set in Scotland allow you to experience the entire country from anywhere in the world. And a couple were even filmed in our very own St. Andrews.

Review: On The Rocks programme launch

Simona Mezzina felt the On The Rocks Programme Launch was a "welcoming and inspired night" largely down to the "wonderful artists that performed all night long."

Spring break at the cinema

Get Out, Beauty and the Beast, and Personal Shopper give you three new reasons to schedule a trip to the cinema.

Review: Romeo and Juliet

Miles Hurley reviews BoxedIn Theatre's immersive, promenade production of William Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet'.

Retelling a Tale as Old as Time

Can Disney's live action 'Beauty and the Beast' remake follow in the successful footsteps of it's 'Jungle Book' and 'Cinderella' predecessors, or will it fail to hit the mark in an 'Alice Through the Looking Glass' style flop? Either way, why all the remakes Disney?

An interview with Alice Black, Head of Cinema at DCA

Simona Mezzina interviews Alice Black, Head of Cinema at Dundee Contemporary Arts and an advocate for a diverse and engaging cinema-going experience.

Musings on a Theme: Mountains

From psalms to the Avett Brothers - how mountains have always inspired artistic creation, especially music.

International Women’s Day in film

Celebrate International Women's Day with one of these feel good feminist films.

Logan is Wolverine unleashed

'Logan' showcases Hugh Jackman's Wolverine like we've never seen him before, leaving his best performance for his much anticipated last and going out on his wildest high yet.

ACS Screening: Moonlight

ACS will be hosting a screening of Academy Award winner Moonlight this Tuesday, and you don't want to miss it.