THE ever-popular Screen Machine mobile cinema is preparing for a return visit to a number of Lochalsh and Wester Ross communities.
A galaxy far, far away came a little closer to home today after the dramatic landscapes of Coigach and Assynt starred in Star Wars show Ahsoka.
Big screen drama, adventures in sport and a touch of the Irish.
BEHIND the scenes documentary about RAF Lossiemouth.
BGCP Comic Con will be taking over Inverness Leisure Centre late next month.
The Whale is up for Oscars and screening locally now. Should you go see it?
It's a compelling film – but does it hit the spot?
If you missed Living at the recent Inverness Film Festival, fear not – it's playing again now.
The UK’s film festival Take One Action focusing on global change heads to Inverness for a weekend format for the first time (October 28-30).
A drawing of films and faces that have appeared over the last 20 years at Inverness Film Festival forms the cover of the programme.
Including: Ticket To Paradise (12A), Clerks III (15), Avatar (12A), See How They Run (12A), Bullet Train (15) and Beast (15).
Penned by Katie Silberman, Don’t Worry Darling dissects themes in a 1950s setting with a flourish warped to the point of outlandishness.