Sam Neill and newcomer Julian Dennison star in Taika Waititi’s hilarious and heartwarming Kiwi comedy.
Kicking off the Edinburgh International Film Festival this year s the story of Tom Morris and his son Tommy, who together helped golf evolve into the game we know today.
Simon Helberg and Jocelyn Towne were in Edinburgh to discuss their new romantic comedy We’ll Never Have Paris.
Michael Dowd, subject of the thrilling new documentary Precinct Seven Five, was in Edinburgh to discuss the film and his past as a corrupt cop.
Talulah Riley directs herself and Martin Compston in this Scottish romantic comedy.
Jack Black and James Marsden’s bromance takes an unexpected turn after a high school reunion.
Ruth Negga impresses in Scott Graham’s dreary Scottish drama.
Rhys Ifans and Juno Temple star as an aging rock star and a young pop protege.
Romeo and Juliet gets a UK gangland makeover as romance develops between a Northern gangster and the daughter of the South’s head honcho.
Two kids come across an abandoned cop car belonging to Kevin Bacon’s corrupt Sheriff in Jon Watts’ debut.