The Hippodrome has announced that multi-talented Scottish artist Clare Grogan will be presenting four films, showcasing the work of some of the most inspirational women film directors of recent year, supported by our Film Exhibition Funding.
Take One Action - the UK’s leading global change film festival - has announced the full programme for its 14th annual edition, including opening film Living Proof. See the world premiere of our new archive project in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
A double bill of Trainspotting and its sequel T2 Trainspotting launches Cinescapes, a festival celebrating Scottish films in the locations that inspired them, supported by Film Hub Scotland Major Commissions funding.
Supported by our BFI FAN Film Exhibition Fund, the Cromarty & Resolis Film Society Young Programmers present a season of socially and politically aware films at the newly-opened cinema.
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.
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 curated by Natasha Ruwona and Tomiwa Folorunso.
Every year, Glasgow Film Festival curates a programme of new Scottish cinema, often before you can see the films elsewhere. Here are our 2021 picks of the programme.
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 picks of the myriad genres, countries and stories on offer at this year’s festival.
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.