February 17, 2020

Indie Filmmaking Discussion : May Miles Thomas, Olivia Gifford and Aimie Willemse

From last years 'Beyond Year Zero' Tartan Features Revue / Glasgow Fringe Film Festival this was part of the Q+A for Olivia's 'Far From the Apple Tree' and Aimie's short 'Echo' and hosted by Independent Filmmaking inspiration - May Miles Thomas

There is a short Q+A relating to Echo and Far From the...

February 15, 2020

In 1993, inspired by the success of US indie features such as El Mariachi, Scottish Writer-Director Bruce Naughton was keen to make a straight to video feature that would also have enough commercial edge to make some money. Shot on grainy 16mm in a real Scottish council estate and with locals and friends making up the minuscule crew, Blood Junkies was eagerly previewed in the...

December 27, 2019

Review by (c) Kim Newman. Original review at his website HERE

I’ve mentioned before that in current horror cinema, being a youtuber is as much an invitation to get cursed and mangled as being an archaeologist on an expedition to a mummy’s tomb used to be in classic horror.  This is among the most elaborate exploration of the theme to date – and rare in that it pays attention to...

December 27, 2019

Original review at SciFi Now - Words by Anton Bitel

"I see it, like all of Graham’s videos, as an art piece. It’s challenging people about what they think is real, and what they think is not real.”

This is how artist Erin (Annabel Logan) describes the online footage of her vlogger boyfriend Graham Hughes. Given that Graham shares his name with, and is played by, the writer/direc...

December 27, 2019

Original Review over at Film Stories - .  Words (c) Film Stories

“Do you even know what’s real and what’s not anymore?”

“It’s on camera.”

“That doesn’t mean anything.”

Exploding a building costs an absolute fortune. Creating an entire CG world is jaw droppingly expensive. It takes a hell of a bank account to pay the salaries of big-name actors. For smaller films with modest b...

December 27, 2019

Original review here at SlashFilm. Words by Rafael Motamayor.

Though not nearly as omnipresent as it was during the heyday of The Blair Witch Project, [REC] and the Paranormal Activity franchise, the found-footage sub-genre has never gone away. After all, it allows filmmakers without a huge budget to be inventive and go nuts with a high-concept horror movie. But like the zombie...

December 24, 2019

Three for Free charity fundraiser.

Stream 'Wigilia', 'Teenage Superstars' and 'Big Gold Dream' for free over Christmas.

Three of our Scottish features are now available to stream for free over the festive period. If you enjoy them we'd very much appreciate if you please make a donation to one of the following charities who do a fantastic job over the period.


September 27, 2019

Original review at https://www.wickedhorror.com/horror-reviews/death-of-a-vlogger-frightfest-2019-review/. (c)Joey Keogh

Internet horror is big business right now, but for every Unfriended: Dark Web there’s a…Smiley. Death of a Vlogger, the third feature from Scottish writer-director (and star, editor, and producer — well, you get the picture) Graham Hughes, falls somewhere in...

September 27, 2019

Coming to a cinema near you...

CONNECT will be released in selected cinemas from 25th October, which will mark the start of a UK wide Q&A tour. 

For your chance to see CONNECT please check out our website for tickets to your nearest screening. 


25th-27th Oct - GFT, Glasgow (Q&A 25th Oct)

28th Oct - Oban Phoenix Cinema, Oban

29th Oct - Eden Court Theat...

July 3, 2019

We're delighted that Cherry Red Records have released a 5 CD Box set based around our films Big Gold Dream and Teenage Superstars.

Director Grant McPhee helped compile the track listing and wrote a lengthy essay for the booklet.


It's so far had some very kind reviews in...

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