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A monthly one-off screening of a great film we simply thought you might like to see on the big screen. Share Tweet
The First World War in Cinema
A four-year series of films, programmed in association with the University of Edinburgh, that relate to the First World War, some dated to coincide with the real events of 100 years ago and other...
Films for a younger audience, weekly on Sundays at 11am. Tickets cost £3.50 (£4.50 for 3D screenings) per person, big or small. For these shows we choose to screen dubbed...
Christmas at Our House!
Join us for some seasonal favourites, back on the big screen where they belong. And don't forget tickets for children under 12 are £3.50 for any screening!
Celebrating the genius of one of cinema's most celebrated comedians and influential icons, Jacques Tati (1907-1982) who worked as actor, writer and director.
A season of great films set in Scotland, screening as part of Edinburgh's Hogmanay Festival, a packed programme welcoming the arrival of the New Year and saying farewell to the old. For...
10 (+2) from 14
As much fun as it is picking one's top ten films of the year, it's always tempered somewhat by having to leave a few great films out. In fact, it's almost inconceivable that there's no room...
Introduction to European Cinema
Now in its tenth year at Filmhouse, Introduction to European Cinema provides a great opportunity to see some of the classics of European cinema on the big screen, many of which are very rarely...
Duck Soup and Animal Crackers: The Best of the Marx Brothers
We thought you could do with some silliness to brighten up your January, and who better to provide it than the Marx brothers! Share Tweet
Get On Your Bike
A cinematic celebration of cycling and cyclists. Share Tweet
Adventure Film Festival
The 10th annual Adventure Film Festival features eleven of the world's most exciting action and adventure documentary films. From free climbing in Yosemite to mountain biking in Afghanistan's...
Secret Histories: Screening Irish History
Secret Histories explores the dark and troubling aspects of Irish life. From institutional abuse in Magdalene homes to the forced deportation of the revolutionary Jimmy Gralton in 1933, this...
Filmhouse's varied programme includes a large number of retrospectives, film seasons and specialist festivals, including the Italian and French film festivals, Africa in Motion, Take One Action, Dead By Dawn horror festival, German, Spanish, Russian, Polish and Japanese film weeks, Weans' World (for our younger audience) and many more. This makes Fimhouse's programme more versatile, eclectic and exciting than any other cinema's in the country.