As part of the BFI's Film Audience Network awarding funds from the National Lottery, 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 of over 200 members and access a range of funding, training and programming 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
13 May 2021
“I live in cinema. I feel I've lived here forever.” - Agnes VardaAfter a year of Scottish cinema closures (with some intermittent periods of open doors), we can finally look forward to the big scree…Read More
29 April 2021
Bringing an eclectic array of expertly curated moving image and art to online audiences, the eleventh edition of Alchemy Film & Arts Festival begins today - and it’s free to access. A Live program…Read More
03 February 2021
Every year, Glasgow Film Festival curates a programme of new Scottish cinema, often before you can see the films elsewhere. 2021’s digital edition of the festival carries on this tradition with premie…Read More
01 February 2021
Glasgow Film Festival will this year feature Welcome To, a programme of films and events, with a focus on Black Scottish films, filmmakers and history, from Thursday 4 to Saturday 6 March. Programmed …Read More
21 January 2021
This year’s edition of the Glasgow Film Festival (GFF) may be taking place in the virtual space, but the programme is no less interesting and diverse for it; the Film Hub Scotland team present their p…Read More
12 January 2021
From 25 January -31 January, Document Human Rights Film Festival returns for its 18th edition, an all-online edition for the first time due to COVID-19 restrictions. Document’s ethos of screening the …Read More