For Crying Out Loud
Screenings for carers and their babies on Monday mornings at 11:00am! Tickets cost £4.50/£3.50 concessions per adult. Screenings are limited to babies under 12 months accompanied by no...
Films for a younger audience, weekly on Sundays at 11am. Tickets cost £4.50 (£5.50 for 3D screenings) per person, big or small. For these shows we choose to screen dubbed versions...
A Season of Films Programmed by Jessie Moroney. Filmhouse’s monthly screening strand showing classic and contemporary films dealing with some of the more complex aspects of childhood....
Over the Rainbow
It's here! It's queer! Over the Rainbow is Filmhouse's monthly screening strand for new and classic queer cinema and events. In November we screen Frida . Share Tweet
Filmosophy returns for a seventh season of original and thought-provoking films and discussions. The films featured in this season offer an opportunity to reflect on a range of issues in the...
Adapting Miss Highsmith: Double Bills
A series of Double Bills as part of our Adapting Miss Highsmith season. Described by Graham Greene as the "poet of apprehension", Patricia Highsmith specialised in tightly plotted...
Kirk Douglas' 100th Birthday!
Born Issur Danielovitch in 1916, Kirk Douglas’ impoverished beginnings as the son of a ragman in Amsterdam, NY, led to a remarkable life and career - from acting training, to World War II,...
Christmas at Our House!
Join us for some seasonal favourites, back on the big screen where they belong! Share Tweet
10 from 16
From a comparatively long long list of the best films released in 2016, here's my top ten. Subjectivity being what it is, you'll likely disagree, so feel free to animatedly discuss my choices,...
A season of great films set in Scotland, screening as part of the Edinburgh Hogmanay Festival - a packed programme welcoming the arrival of the New Year and saying farewell to the old. For...
EIFF Presents Hogmany
Celebrate 2017 with two films that screened at Edinburgh International Film Festival in 1977!
Filmhouse's varied programme includes a large number of retrospectives, film seasons and specialist festivals, including the French Film Festival UK, Italian Film Festival, Africa in Motion, Take One Action!, Dead By Dawn horror festival, Iberodocs, Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival, Edinburgh Greek Film Festival, Japanese Cinema week, Iranian Film Festival, Filmhouse Junior (for our younger audience) and much more. This helps to make Fimhouse's programme more versatile, eclectic and exciting than that of any other cinema in the country.