Forty years of Filmhouse

Since the first electronic television was created in 1927, people have gradually become used to enjoying the entertainment of motion picture at home. Good for some, but has also forced many cinemas to be in a continuous battle to remain up and … [Read more...]

Podcast: Advances in cinema

Picture of Edinburgh Filmhouse. Photo credit to Edinburgh Filmhouse. Recently, the mobile network EE launched a competition for a community to win a "Cinema in the Sky" experience. With popcorn delivered by drones, and the screen 100 feet in the … [Read more...]

Cold War Review – Love, life and music in post-war Europe

A politically charged Polish love story directed by Pawel Pawlikowsi unfolding in the monochromatic shadows of the the soviet union. As I sat down in one of the comfy red chairs at Filmhouse cinema, I was unaware of the impact the film I was about to … [Read more...]

Avengers premiere could take place in Edinburgh

Scottish Avengers fans may get the chance to assemble at the premiere of Avengers Infinity War as rumors speculate that it may showcase in Edinburgh. It comes after the backing of eager fan Mae Trumata’s petition to get the film in the capital by … [Read more...]

Films to catch this week in Edinburgh

At EN4 News we like to keep a close eye on everything going on culturally around Edinburgh, and as the winter weather drags on the cinema seems like the perfect place to escape the cold. So, we've compiled this short list of the best films screening … [Read more...]

On Screen 07/02/18

In this edition of the EN4 News film podcast On Screen, Patrick Dalziel and Alex Heron discuss The Cloverfield Paradox's unique release tactics, the impact of Netflix upon mainstream releases and studio interference in modern cinema. … [Read more...]

Oscar nominations 2018: snubs and surprises

This year's Oscar nominations saw many surprises, let's have a look. … [Read more...]

‘Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri’ – A welcome break from social issue dramas

To open the Oscar season with a comedy about the unsolved murder and rape of a teenage girl in small town America could be seen as risky. But, in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein saga, director Martin McDonagh pieces together a tragedy suited to our … [Read more...]

The Darkest Hour @ 12pm

Cameron Storer is joined by our entertainment reporter Alex Heron to discuss Joe Wright's latest blockbuster The Darkest Hour. During the early days of World War II, the fate of Western Europe hangs on the newly-appointed British Prime Minister … [Read more...]

Is an Avengers Premiere on the cards for Edinburgh?

Disney are being urged to hold a World Premiere for the new Avengers film in Edinburgh after key scenes in the film were shot in the city. Edinburgh’s film office, Film Edinburgh, hope that there will be a premiere similar to that of T2 … [Read more...]