Funding & Support

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Funding

Film Hub Scotland provides funding opportunities for film exhibition. We support and invest in cinema exhibition in Scotland. If you’re showing films to audiences, either in-venue or online, or want to develop your team’s skills and expertise, we can help.

You must be a member of Film Hub Scotland to access funding and support. Become a member of Film Hub Scotland.

Want to chat to our team one-on-one to discuss your idea or ask questions before submitting a proposal? Sign up to one of our funding surgeries, held on Wednesday afternoons. Please note, you must be a member of Film Hub Scotland to attend a funding surgery.

Unsure which fund is right for you? Get in touch.

Support

We provide ongoing support and advice to support your screening activity.

We can also connect you with national BFI FAN initiatives. For general questions and advice, or for marketing support for funded screenings, please get in touch.

Access Support for Funding Applications

Our access support for applicants is provided by TAPE Community Music & Film. TAPE is an award-winning community arts charity based in North Wales. Established in 2008, the charity has supported thousands of people of all ages, to explore and develop their creative ideas.

To get support, please contact TAPE by telephone on 01492 512 109 or by completing TAPE’s contact form.

Film Exhibition Fund

We support cultural cinema exhibition projects in Scotland with the BFI FAN Film Exhibition Fund.

Bursary Awards

Support to develop your career in film. Apply for funding to cover training, travel or fees.

Pitch Pots

Micro-grants of up to £1000 to cover cultural cinema activity.

Adventures in Cinema

Help young audiences experience the fun of cinema and enjoy a wider range of screen culture.

Fabric Fund

Limited fund to support the development of cinema networks in rural and underserved areas.

Art of Action

Celebrate the art of real action choreography as part of this BFI UK-wide season.