Cloud Atlas brings Scotland back to the big screen.
Located on the West Coast of Scotland, Eilean Donan Castle has a long history that can be traced back to the 13th Century.
One of Brave’s most prominent “characters” is undoubtedly that of DunBroch Castle, the home of Princess Merida (Kelly Macdonald) and her family.
As part of their research for the film, Brave’s creators travelled far from their San Francisco HQ to the Isle of Lewis in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides, to visit the Callanish Standing Stones.
On our way between the Arnol and Gearrannan blackhouses on the Isle of Lewis our driver, Doug, stopped off at the workshop of Norman Mackenzie of Carloway Harris Tweeds
We continue our tour inspired by Disney Pixar’s Brave by visiting Ullapool before heading to the blackhouses of Arnol and Gearrannon on the Isle of Lewis.
My first Highland stop was at Urquhart Castle, just past the village of Drumnadrochit on the banks of Loch Ness, Scotland’s largest freshwater loch. The castle dates from the 13th Century and, although now in ruins, has had a turbulent history as various noblemen tried to gain ownership.
Scotland’s tourist industry is gearing up for the global interest expected from the US release of Disney Pixar’s Brave with a new TV and cinema advert launched today.
It was New Year 2011 when I decided to go in search of Sean Connery, one of Edinburgh’s best-loved sons whose shadow still hangs over the city even if he hasn’t lived here for a few decades.
To celebrate the release of Disney Pixar’s latest animated film, Brave, Cinematic Scotland has decided to follow in the footsteps of the film’s creators to experience Scotland at its best.