Film Hub Scotland is managed by Scottish Film, a consortium made up of Scotland’s key cultural cinemas and festivals.
This consortium also manages Scottish Film Education, an initiative set up to develop film education for 5-19 year olds in Scotland. Scottish Film Education operates in partnership with Into Film.
The Centre for the Moving Image incorporates one of the UK’s leading independent cinemas, Filmhouse (160,000 admissions annually), and the world’s longest continually running film festival, the Edinburgh International Film Festival (50,000 admissions annually). In April 2014 CMI took over the management of the Belmont Filmhouse in Aberdeen (75,000 admissions annually). As well as being responsible for nurturing and developing these existing businesses, the CMI aims to build on that heritage in understanding and addressing the future of the moving image – for audiences, talent and industry. The CMI programmes venues in Stornoway, Musselburgh and Hawick.Visit Website
Dundee Contemporary Arts is a world-class centre for the development and exhibition of contemporary art and culture. It hosts a full-time two-screen cinema operation alongside galleries, a print studio, education and research spaces, a shop and a popular cafe bar.
DCA Cinema attracts audiences of 87,475 (2013/14) to its varied programme of cultural cinema, alternative content and classic films. DCA is also the base for Discovery Film Festival, which takes place each autumn and brings together screenings, workshops and activities for schools and families. A team of Discovery Young Ambassadors aged 15 - 19 are involved in all areas of organising the festival, and Discovery Family Film Club screenings take place throughout the year to build family audiences. DCA is active in the development of Moving Image Education; its Discovery Film School Dundee, created in partnership with the BFI, has given young filmmakers the opportunity to create their own work with the support of industry experts.
Eden Court is the largest arts centre in Scotland with two cinemas, two theatres, two studios, digital media training facilities, restaurant, bars, meeting rooms and more. It also runs the largest Creative Learning programme of any UK theatre.
The programme of cultural cinema at Eden Court brings the best of world cinema, documentaries, classic films, short films, live events and live satellite broadcasting to Inverness. Audience attendance from April 2010 – April 2015 was 332,954. Eden Court also runs the Inverness Film Festival, which was established in 2002. This well regarded five-day festival brings the best of new international cinema to Scotland and includes Scottish, UK and, occasionally, world premieres. As well as this Eden Court prides itself in partnering and assisting other venues and film festivals throughout the region to help bring cinema to as many people in the Highlands as possible.
Glasgow Film is Glasgow’s centre for film and moving image media. It incorporates: