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Brian Pendreigh began as junior reporter on the Falkirk Herald in the 1970s, where duties included the cinema notes and coverage of East Stirling home games. He spent 17 years on The Scotsman as a reporter, senior feature writer and cinema editor. Twice cinema journalist of the year, he broke the story about the making of Braveheart and was at the Oscars when it won. His essay on which country Scots would support in the 1994 World Cup was included in the anthology The Best of the Scotsman. He subsequently wrote regularly for The Guardian, Mail on Sunday and Sunday Times, as well as books, including editing The Times on Cinema. He is currently working on his second novel, set in Leith in the 1970s and the Wild West in the 1870s.
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