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FHS @ EIFF 2018

 

As in previous years, we'll be at the Edinburgh International Film Festival this year on the 26th-28th June to meet members and present two days of events, screenings and workshops. If you're at the festival this year, we'd love to see you there, so please sign up via the Eventbrite links (you don't have to attend every event on the day - the Eventbrite is to give us an idea of numbers!). If you'd like to catch up with us one-on-one, book in with us on Thursday. Remember, we can help you get to EIFF through our Bursary Scheme. If you have any questions, email georgia@filmhubscotland.com.

EXCLUSIVE FHS MEMBER SCREENINGS

You don't need to book for these screenings - just turn up on the day.

The Eyes of Orson Welles: Tuesday 26 June, 1.15pm, Filmhouse (screen TBC)

A special industry screening for FHS members of Mark Cousins' documentary portrait of the legendary Orson Welles. Introduced by Marcel Karst, Head of Theatrical Sales at Dogwoof.

Anna and The Apocalypse: Wedesday 27 June, 11.10am, Filmhouse 3

A special Film Hub Scotland members' screening of this riotous Scottish genre-mashup from Blazing Griffin. A festive horror-musical-comedy, with added zombies.

Tuesday 26 June  

Distribution Rewired: Traverse 1, 5pm – 6.30pm

A session for producers and exhibitors looking at the value of film festivals. What’s their value in a connected on-demand world? Panelists: Damian Spandley (Curzon), Melanie Iredale (Sheffield Doc/Fest) (more TBC) and chaired by Bea Neaumann. 

Creative Scotland and FHS Networking Drinks: Traverse Bar, 6.30pm – 7.30pm

Enjoy a drink and a chat with other Film Hub Scotland members and the Creative Scotland team.

ACAS/BFI Training Session on Workplace Harassment

Wednesday 27 June, 10am – 1pm

Providing an overview of various approaches, this session with ACAS will educate on how to deal with workplace bullying and harassment, defining these terms and highlighting the relevant legislation associated. Spaces are limited - sign up at this link.

Wednesday 27 June  

Networking Lunch: Bar, 1pm – 2pm

FHS Members are invited to meet the team and other members over an informal lunch. It’s a great chance to hear what other exhibitors are up to, catch up with colleagues in the sector and make new connections. 

Archive: Traverse 1, 2pm – 3.15pm

Emily Munro, Learning & Outreach Officer at the National Library of Scotland Moving Image Archive, will provide insider advice on how best to access the archive, find great material and make it available to audiences. We’ll also be showcasing some exciting projects including the Tinderbox Orchestra's Moving Music, presented by Luci Holland.

Scottish Producer Showcase – Traverse 1, 3.35pm – 5.30pm

It’s a great year for new film produced and distributed in Scotland and we’re pleased to be able to showcase exciting upcoming titles. Hear from producers as they introduce their projects, show exclusive clips & trailers and share their release plans. The session will be followed by an opportunity to network over tea and coffee.

Thursday 28  June  

One-on-one Film Hub Scotland member surgeries with FHS team: Traverse Bar

A chance to chat with us about any programming, funding or training questions you might have - or anything at all. Let us know a time that suits you.

26 - 28 June

  • Traverse Theatre
  • 10 Cambridge Street
  • Edinburgh
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