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 timed to coincide with the real events of 100 years ago and other...
Films for a younger audience, weekly on Sundays at 11am. Tickets cost £4.00 (£5.00 for 3D screenings) per person, big or small. For these shows we choose to screen dubbed versions...
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. September's screening brings through some of the best short...
Come and See...
A monthly one-off screening of a great film we simply thought you might like to see on the big screen. Share Tweet
Filmosophy returns for a fifth season of original and thought-provoking films. This season will focus on the theme of 'regeneration' and is offered in association with the MRC Centre for...
Luminate Film Tour
Luminate, Scotland's creative ageing festival once again takes place throughout October, across Scotland. In its fourth year, the festival features hundreds of creative events from the Scottish...
Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival
¡Bienvenidos! We've had a busy year of preparation following the success of last year's inaugural festival and we are thrilled to present this year's programme. We have worked...
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...
Scotland Loves Anime 2015
Now renowned as the UK's top film festival for Japanese animation, Scotland Loves Anime returns for its sixth edition with its biggest lineup yet! lovesanimation.com...
October Animation Workshops
Animation workshops for children aged 7 to 12, delivered by Animation Jam. Please note that online booking is not available for workshops. To book, please ring 0131 228 2688 (10am-9pm) or...
Romanian Cultural Days
With characteristic idiosyncratic flair, acclaimed director and author Mark Cousins curates a series of Romanian film, revisiting 100 years of cinematic haunting eeriness, delicious sarcasm and...
Play Poland Film Festival is the largest mobile film event in the United Kingdom, aiming at presenting and promoting contemporary Polish cinema. This year's festival will visit ten global...
Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival
The Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival, led by the Mental Health Foundation, is one of Scotland's most diverse cultural events, covering everything from music, film and visual art to...
China Film Day
To celebrate the China-UK Year of Culture Exchange and to promote the recent China-UK Film Co-production Agreement, which plays a positive role in promoting China-UK film Co-productions and...
Africa in Motion 2015
Welcome to the 10th edition of the Africa in Motion (AiM) Film Festival. We are thrilled to be celebrating the festival's 10th birthday and to once again bring you a diverse array of beautiful,...
Halloween at Filmhouse
A pair of creepy classics screening in association with Dead by Dawn Horror Festival. www.deadbydawn.co.uk Share Tweet
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.