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
20 December 2019
What a year! We're signing off for Christmas, so thought that a round-up of some of our (and your) work this year would make a fitting end to 2019. We'd like to thank all of our members and any…Read More
12 December 2019
The second round of our Pilot Projects awards have been granted to four projects from across Scotland, all of whom demonstrated a dedication to work towards BFI’s aims of inclusivity, diversity and su…Read More
14 November 2019
We’re delighted to be supporting Launch!, a new project from Screen Argyll and a Kind of Seeing that celebrates a vital piece of Scotland’s heritage. Launch! is a brand new film and live music experie…Read More
05 November 2019
We’ve been busy funding another round of FHS Pitch Pots; mini-grants to support screenings & events across Scotland, with an emphasis on accessibility, developing young audiences and exciting, ind…Read More
31 October 2019
Sing and dance these dark evenings away with BFI Musicals!BFI Major Programmes: Musicals is in full swing (literally) with screenings and events happening all over Scotland from October to January. Fr…Read More
30 September 2019
We're supporting the Hippodrome Silent Film Festival (HippFest) to tour the 1922 epic silent film version of Rob Roy to seven venues in Scotland, including Stirling Castle where it was originally film…Read More