June 22, 2019

Andeluu interviewed Far From the Apple Tree's writer, Ben Soper at our Toronto screening - and also reviewed the film.

You can read the interview at Andeluu's page here - https://andeluuu.com/2019/04/10/two-bite-interview-with-writer-ben-soper-from-far-from-the-apple-tree or read the copied text below.  Text (c) Andeluu

Far From The Apple Tree, directed by Grant McPhee (Big Gold Dream, Night Kaleidoscope), writer Ben Soper held...

June 22, 2019

DCA are screening our feature, Far From the Apple Tree as part of their DUNDEAD Festival.  They interviewed the films director, Grant McPhee about the film and filmmaking in general.

You can read it on the original page here - https://www.dca.org.uk/stories/article/qa-with-far-from-the-apple-tree-director-grant-mcphee. or read a transcript of the text below:

26 April 2019

We're thrilled to be hosting a preview screening of Grant...

March 8, 2019

"A young rapper, a burnt-out addict and a teenage misfit each struggle to overcome the consequences of gang violence and drugs in present day Edinburgh."

The Grey Area recently screened as one of the flagship opening programs on the new BBC Scotland Channel.  It's a fantastic, raw and hard hitting drama from acclaimed Scottish director Garry Fraser and Producer/Cinematographer Garry Torrance.

Garry has been a great friend to us...

February 28, 2019

May Miles Thomas's Voyageuse premiered last month at the Glasgow Film Festival, tracing the life of Miles Thomas's mother-in-law, Erica, from her origins in Hungary, from where she fled with her family to England in 1938, through education at Cambridge and Oxford, her struggles in a career as a scientist, to marriage, children and her relationship with her own mother.

Without funding and in the absence of a crew, Miles Tho...

February 27, 2019

Talking Film with Graeme Maley


Graeme Maley's two feature films, Pale Star and A Reykjavik Porno, were premiered at Edinburgh International Film Festival in 2016. Both were filmed and produced in Iceland, where Maley also directs for theatre, dividing his time directing Scottish plays in Iceland and Icelandic plays in Scotland. Pale Star and A Reykjavik Porno were Icelandic/Scots co-productions.
Born in Ayr, Maley trained as a...

February 21, 2019


Alex Harron is a man who means business. In a very short period of time, through shear determination and self-belief he has leaped beyond his first DIY made documentary feature (the Tartan Feature 7 - Bend Don't Break) to being commissioned by the new BBC Channel for his new film, The Racer.

The Racer is due to screen as one of the flagship launch films at 11pm on the 28th of February.  

We're delighted that Alex has...

September 24, 2018

Connect Q+A

Connect is a feature film by Marilyn Edmond with an almost entirely female creative team (Camera,Producer, Editor and Director).

Marilyn discusses the film, production and her process here.

TF: Tell us a little about your filmmaking background. Your previous experience is as a crew member, working on fairly big productions. How did you get into this?

ME: I originally studied Business Studies at university and ended up...

September 12, 2018

Hey Sports fans!



John here, lets talk "Hail Caesar". So the Cohen brothers newest film had its UK Premiere at Glasgow film festival, which is pretty awesome if you are Glasgow film festival and being the opening film kicked it all off with some glitz and glamour. Talking glitz and glamour, The Coen brother weren't there to give Q&A neither was George Clooney, Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum, or Josh Brolin, but word of mou...

September 12, 2018

John McPhail / Where Do We Go From Here at GFF

Hey hey y'all,

John here so lets chat "High-rise" 



So on thursday night i spoiled my First A/D by taking him to see the Scottish premiere of Ben Wheatley's "High Rise" (i know I'm too kind). First off, I'm going to say I'm a fan of the bold Ben, so when i saw this was coming to the Glasgow Film festival i wanted to make sure i got tickets, and apparently so did everybody else. "H...

July 11, 2018

We're delighted that Graham Hughes's latest film – Death of a Vlogger - will join Year Zero Filmmaking as Tartan Features #18.

Graham has a very long history with Tartan Features, going way back to 2014 when Write-Shoot-Cut presented a revolutionary series of Scottish independent feature screenings, including A Practical Guide to a Spectacular Suicide.

In fact, his history with us goes so far back that we can't actually rem...

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