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
28 July 2020
BFI’s Film Audience Network is looking for a group of creative and committed individuals to join the This Way Up Development Forum. The role of Forum is to support and shape the programme for the annu…Read More
27 July 2020
As we’ve acclimatised to COVID-19 restrictions, Film Feels: Connected has been giving film fans a whole new world of film to explore.Bringing together more than 50 programmes from UK cinemas, festival…Read More
09 July 2020
The Film Hub Scotland New Promoters scheme aims to increase the number of film programmers who are marginalised working for cinemas, festivals and venues within Scotland by providing six-month placeme…Read More
08 July 2020
We're very proud to be supporting Dive In Cinema, a new online screening series programmed by Scottish independent exhibitors and film festivals. This collaborative programme brings together 12 progra…Read More
03 July 2020
During the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, Film Hub Scotland agreed with our funders, BFI using National Lottery Funding and Screen Scotland, to adapt our Pitch Pots funding for online activity. With many of…Read More
24 June 2020
From the 26 - 29 June, some of the finest shorts to have played at the Inverness Film Festival over recent years will be streaming for free on the Eden Court website, along with newly recorded introdu…Read More