Creative Scotland Issues Ten Year Plan

Creative Scotland, the organisation which supports Scotland's arts, screen and creative industries has released its ten year plan for supporting and funding the country's cultural and creative sectors. The ten year plan and funding strategy has been put together with input from over 1000 participants drawn from the entire creative spectrum.  Which, for the first time,... Continue Reading →

Games Meet Film At Edinburgh International Film Festival 2013

2013 is rapidly becoming the year that games were taken seriously by Scotland's government, media and creative industries.  The latest good news comes from the Edinburgh International Film Festival. EIFF is the world's longest-running film festival, with a global reputation for discovering and promoting the very best in international cinema.  Alongside the film screenings, premieres... Continue Reading →

Games Have No Place In A Creative Scotland

2012 has been the Year of Creative Scotland.  A nation wide celebration of creativity which highlights all of the amazing talent, the clever businesses and the dedicated organisations we have here in Scotland. Unless you work in digital media.  The recently announced Creative Scotland awards have categories for film and television, literature, music, theatre -... Continue Reading →

Submissions Still Welcome For Future Games Contest

There's just over a week left to enter the Future Games Contest, which is looking for small companies wishing to win up to £25,000 for the development of new games prototypes which use games technology in interesting and innovative new ways. Winners will not only get the cash, but have their game (or technology) trialled... Continue Reading →

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