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Wick writer's links to Henry VIII, Bonnie Prince Charlie and Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Wick writer's links to Henry VIII, Bonnie Prince Charlie and Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Wick writer's links to Henry VIII, Bonnie Prince Charlie and Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Henry VIII, Bonnie Prince Charlie and the renowned Scottish architect and artist, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, may appear to have nothing in common.


Film of the Week: THE KING’S MAN (15, 131 mins)

Film of the Week: THE KING’S MAN (15, 131 mins)

Film of the Week: THE KING’S MAN (15, 131 mins)

Director Matthew Vaughn is nothing if not consistent.


Film Dracula On Holiday returns to its Highland location

Film Dracula On Holiday returns to its Highland location

Film Dracula On Holiday returns to its Highland location

The comedy finds the world’s favourite vampire seeking a new perspective to conquer his many fears


Film fans screen vintage romantic comedy masterpieces

Film fans screen vintage romantic comedy masterpieces

Film fans screen vintage romantic comedy masterpieces

'Expect four evenings of sparkling sophistication'


Inverness Film Festival: REVIEW: Courage (15+) 4 stars

Inverness Film Festival: REVIEW: Courage (15+) 4 stars

Inverness Film Festival: REVIEW: Courage (15+) 4 stars

The film reveals the protests of the Belarus people as an underground theatre company fights to survive


Inverness Film Festival: REVIEW: The Card Counter (15+) ****

Inverness Film Festival: REVIEW: The Card Counter (15+) ****

Inverness Film Festival: REVIEW: The Card Counter (15+) ****

He observes the world around him minutely, trying to understand it


Inverness Film Festival: REVIEW: Titane (12A) *****

Inverness Film Festival: REVIEW: Titane (12A) *****

Inverness Film Festival: REVIEW: Titane (12A) *****

French director Julie Ducournau really took us out there


Filmfest premiere for Paul Campbell's short film

Filmfest premiere for Paul Campbell's short film

Filmfest premiere for Paul Campbell's short film

'The transition from professional photographer to making films has been a slow and steady one'


REVIEW: Dune Part I (12A)

REVIEW: Dune Part I (12A)

REVIEW: Dune Part I (12A)

The eagerly anticipated Dune is an epic piece of cinema that delivers on the hype.


Living Proof film looks at Scotland's climate through its past

Living Proof film looks at Scotland's climate through its past

Living Proof film looks at Scotland's climate through its past

Film tonight (Friday) as part of the Take One Action film festival at Eden Court this weekend


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