As part of the BFI's Film Audience Network, we are one of eight Hubs set up across the UK to extend film choice, increase and broaden film audiences, and enhance opportunities for audiences to engage with and learn about film.
Scottish film exhibitors of all types are invited to join our network and access a range of funding, training and networking opportunities.
Do you show films in Scotland, or would you like to start screenings in your community or venue? We currently have 160 members including cinemas, film societies, film festivals, multi-arts venues and pop-up initiatives. Best of all, it's FREE to join!Find out how
05 June 2020
If you couldn't make it to our first structured Zoom workshop/session, focused on Marketing and Social Media, the notes and slides from the session are now available to download. Megan of Matchbox Cin…Read More
14 April 2020
At the end of last week the BFI announced a package of support for the UK film industry, including production and a contribution to the Film and TV Emergency Relief Fund. For Hub members, the BFI has …Read More
13 March 2020
Updated 30 March 2020 Given the recent developments around Coronavirus/COVID-19 we want to make this statement and offer reassurance if you’re in receipt of Film Hub support.Since we sent out our prev…Read More
06 March 2020
More of a Woman’s Job Making films is not a woman’s job. Film histories tell us this, awards ceremonies tell us this, retrospectives at your local indie cinema tell you this. Statistics – past, presen…Read More
17 February 2020
IberoDocs is the first showcase for Ibero-American culture in Scotland, focussed on documentary films by Spanish, Portuguese and Latin- American filmmakers. Ibero-America refers to a geographic area …Read More
13 February 2020
Femspectives is a film series and festival in Glasgow. It provides a platform for feminist storytelling and safe spaces for conversations about feminisms, social issues, and politics. The second editi…Read More