Summerhall is tearing up the Fringe with 24-hour theatre, millennia-spanning shows and comedy acrobatics.
The Wire is now considered to be one of the most intelligent dramas in TV history, but is there something simpler we can tap in to?
As everyone prepares to mourn the Titanic once again, Sarah Findlay asks: what is it that draws us into everything Titanic?
Why has there been so much controversy in the announcement of BP’s renewed £10m contract by four of Britain’s leading cultural institutions? Callum Madge looks into it.
Andrew Latimer looks at new issues facing filmmakers and censors in Iran.
As the 65th anniversary of Frank Capra’s classic approaches, Neil McEwan looks into the film’s subtle Conservative underpinning.
From marriage to friendship, religion to science, Dundee to Edinburgh: it’s all about collaboration…
Although the festival is over, Edinburgh is still furnished with a great deal of arts entertainment for everyone. The only thing you need to hope for is some sunshine.
Sculptural artist Corban Walker has been selected to represent Ireland at the prestigious Venice Biennale
Director of the Filmhouse’s Dead by Dawn horrorfest, speaks to us about everything horror!