The Edinburgh Film Festival is taking place online this year.
Feelgood favourites, musicals and end-of-the-world blockbusters are included in the line-up.
Edinburgh International Film Festival and Unique Events have teamed up with city's airport for programme.
Bloody Scotland reveals contenders for its top prizes.
Beverley Knight, Dizzee Rascal and Tony Hadley among those performing at the capital's Royal Highland Centre.
Emeli Sande, Sting and Biffy Clyro’s Simon Neil will also donate special performances for the charity auction.
The Netflix film starring Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams was shot in the city during October last year.
Rowling reveals she is a survivor of domestic abuse and sexual assault in new blog post.
The annual film festival will host an online event after being cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The boss of Edinburgh's Capital Theatres has warned of 'challenging times ahead' for the sector.
Charlie McFarlane, 22, from West Dunbartonshire, is through to the 'battle' round of the competition.
With no special handrails in their homes, the dancers have had to adapt by using pieces of furniture to keep their balance.
Hugh Jackman and Ray Winstone among those taking part as magazine fundraises to support its vendors.
Lorraine McIntosh says she still has no sense of smell seven weeks after recovering from Covid-19.
To help soften the pressures of lockdown restrictions, @TheDriveIn will tour 11 UK cities in 12 weeks.
A mental health charity set up in memory of Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison will hold a festival fundraiser.
The actor will join a whole host of other famous faces for Children’s Hospices Across Scotland’s fundraiser.
The author will make The Ickabog available for free online for children in lockdown or back at school.
Grant Hutchison discusses his brother Scott's legacy, two years after he died following struggles with mental health.
The streamed event will feature more than 40 musicians and DJs next Saturday.