Schools & Teachers

Filmhouse has a range of diverse films for both Primary and Secondary students supporting a variety of teaching areas including Literacy, Modern Languages and Global Citizenship. We have a range of screenings for both primary and secondary pupils this Autumn, alongside some exciting opportunities for teachers.

Unless otherwise advertised, tickets for these screenings are only £3.00 per pupil, with teachers going free.

To book please email or call the Box Office on 0131 228 2688 and ask for the Duty Manager.

Schools Screening


Paper Planes • Tue 19 Jan, 10am


Belle and Sebastian - The Adventure Continues • Wed 20 Jan, 10am

He Named Me Malala • Thu 21 Jan, 10am


Once in a Lifetime (Les héritiers) • Tue 26 Jan, 10am (Holocaust Memorial Day Screening)

Inside Hana's Suitcase • Wed 27 Jan, 10am (Holocaust Memorial Day Screening) 


The Good Dinosaur • Tue 2 Feb, 10am

Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie • Wed 24 Feb, 10am


What's the Grey Matter With Gregory?


A unique cinematic and theatrical experience for S1-S4 students, taking place at three venues around Scotland. More information here.


Projection Tours


Come and learn how cinema works, with a tour of our projection box and a screening of short animations from the London International Animation Festival. Tours cost £75 for a class of up to 33 pupils, and are suitable for P4-S2. For more information call Jenny Leask or Nicola Kettlewood on 0131 228 6382 or email



Understanding Cinema 2015 • October 2015 - June 2016

McLaren Digital Animation CPD - Teaching Resources


Year-round Filmhouse offers a diverse programme of films that will enrich all areas of the curriculum including Expressive Arts, Languages and Social Studies.  Should you wish to bring a group fro a film in our public programme we can offer at least 10% discount for groups of ten or more – please call us to discuss this and other offers for your group.




The very nature of the Filmhouse programme ensures that young adults have the chance to participate in fresh new programming ideas and festivals such as the Bio-Ethics Film Festival, French/Italian/Spanish Film Festival etc. However we also offer year-round curriculum led activity with the highlight of the programme being Edinburgh International Film Festival's exciting Media Days, which allow teachers and students to examine the entire filmic process from pre and postproduction to distribution and exhibition by seeing new films and meeting local and international film professionals.

The programme is relevant to discrete subject areas such as Media Studies, Modern Studies, History and Modern Languages but also offers a rare chance for such subjects to engage with cross-curricular themes and issues.

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