Catch up on panel discussions and inspiring speakers with the session videos from This Way Up 2022.
Scottish talent takes centre stage at Glasgow Film Festival 2023; we've selected the highlights we think you won't want to miss.
FHS Members are invited Film Hub Scotland's Town Hall: Screen Culture 2033 meeting ahead of its next 3-year BFI application.
Read about Scottish highlights from the UK-wide BFI Horror programme, In Dreams are Monsters.
Film Hub Scotland's Education in Cinema Survey investigated film education provision for under-25s across Scotland. Download the full report of its results here.
This Way Up, the UK's only film exhibition conference is coming to Scotland in November! Book passes now.
Two exciting Scottish films are available to UK cinemas via Glasgow-based distribution company, Cosmic Cat: My Old School and Ride the Wave
Over 140 film exhibitors around the UK have received a share of £759,159 to boost cultural programming and activities to engage diverse audiences as lockdown restrictions ease.
Glasgow Film Festival (GFF) is taking its premieres nationwide for 2021, with a partnership of 22 cinemas around the UK.
Film Hub Scotland announces the recipients of the BFI FAN Film Exhibition Fund, with funding from the National Lottery via the BFI, and Screen Scotland.
Scottish cinemas receive £3.55million from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland.