Edinburgh Evening News

In April 2014, Edinburgh Evening News succumbed to my pleas and took me on as their new film columnist.

From events happening in and around the fine city of Edinburgh, to news pieces from around the world, I hope to develop a film column that represents the thriving world of film both locally and worldwide, with a new entry being published in print and online every Thursday.

It’s an amazing opportunity for me – one that I hope to fulfil to the best of my ability.

The links to every entry will be published below on a weekly basis.

24/04/14: Animation films not just for children

01/05/14: Horror fest worth screaming about

08/05/14: Doc Next Goal Wins scores big

15/05/14: Stand by for a Summer of fun

22/05/14: Which films will carry Cannes?

29/05/14: Projected future shaky for cinema

05/06/14: Lengths actors go to for success

12/06/14: Big switch from TV to movies

26/06/14: Favreau cooks up a treat in Chef

07/08/14: Studio Ghibli grinds to sorry halt

14/08/14: Tragic end for comic genius Williams

21/08/14: Dan’s done all right

28/08/14: Film festival season is full of promise

04/09/14: No nudes is good news for Hollywood

11/09/14: Another triumph for stop-motion

18/09/14: Thinking outside the box office

25/09/14: All up for grabs at Oscars

02/10/14: Dolphins, drafts, vampires and drama

16/10/14: No Sex Tape please, we’re fed up

23/10/14: Some good films worth waiting for

30/10/14: Tis the season to be scary

06/11/14: Hollywood’s style over substance

13/11/14: Everyone is mad about our Ben

20/11/14: Actors turned director are all the range

27/11/14: Bear with me, Paddington is great

04/12/14: Jurassic World and Star Wars trailers

11/12/14: Jackson’s legacy is $5 billion legacy

18/12/14: Viewers spoilt for choice with festive films

24/12/14: Hollywood hit hard by Sony attack

08/01/15: Year opens with crop of fine films

15/01/15: Mystery tour turns out to be magical

22/01/15: Isaac under spotlight

29/01/15: Oscar ‘curse’ is just superstition

05/02/15: February proves film dumping ground

12/02/15: Grey day, the bonkbuster has arrived

19/02/15 SNL is still a source of movie stars

28/02/15: Twilight’s Kristen in new role

05/03/15: Catch Appropriate Behaviour

12/03/15: Danger of tarnishing Disney memories

19/03:15: No place like Home for DreamWorks

29/03/15: Hollywood’s homophobia

02/04/15: Adaptations not always a sure thing

09/04/15: Looks like good year at movies

16/04/15: Film suffers with premature scheduling

23/04/15: Creating the next cinematic universe

30/04/15: How not to upset the talent in interviews

07/05/15: So many films, so little time on screen

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