Avarice is a film about the strange happenings which follow an odd black box that falls from space. The first victim is an innocent husband. He wakes one night to find his wife missing from their bed, that she’s stolen the black box and run off with her lover. He tracks them down only to […]
Glasgow based freelance designer and animator Mark Boyle will be at the Capital Sci-Fi convention at Meadowbank Sports Centre this weekend. His project “Star Wars in Edinburgh” will premier at the convention with prints selling from only £5. Money raised goes to the children’s charity CHAS. He shared a teaser of the work so let’s […]
Looking for the full collection of “Scotland. A Spirit of its own” videos? There’s a few to watch. Scotland. A Spirit of its own: Spirit Lights This video features the Isle of Skye, Camsusdarach Beach on Arisaig, The Kelpies, Falkirk Wheel, the Glenfinnan Viaduct, Caerlaverock Castle in Dumfries & Galloway, the SSE Hydro in Glasgow, […]
Valentine’s Day is coming up and Jurys Inn are using a webcomic to suggest Edinburgh as one the best places in the UK to propose in. John wants to propose to Jen but doesn’t know where to start. Cue Anteros, the Greek god of requited love, who takes John on a tour of some of […]
Claire Connachan is the Challenge Manager for Love to Ride’s Edinburgh Cycle Challenge, coming to the city from 1 – 21 March. She’s been kind enough to spare some time for Edinburgh Reviews while we ask about the challenge. You only asking people to ride for 10 minutes or more? Is that really enough to […]
The animation was made by Heehaw Digital for Lothian Buses to celebrate 143 years of life. 1871 sees the trams arrive in Edinburgh; that’s before Waverly Station. Broughton Street had Edinburgh’s first ever traffic lights.