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...
Filmosophy returns for a fourth season of original and thought-provoking films. This season focuses on the distinction between appearance and reality. Each film provides a unique perspective on...
April Animation Workshops
Animation workshops for children and adults, delivered by Animation Jam. Share Tweet
Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema
Polish cinema seemed to come out of nowhere. After a painful period of reconstruction post-WWII and the abolition of a creatively stifling policy of Socialist Realism, the...
A rebel, a feminist and a critic of contemporary society - some of many labels attached to the leading lady of 1960s Czech New Wave, Věra Chytilová, who died last year at the age of...
Dead by Dawn
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL DEAD BY DAWN SCREENINGS BEGIN PROMPTLY AT THE ADVERTISED TIME! Dead by Dawn returns to Filmhouse in April for its 22nd edition, with a line-up of dark delights guaranteed...
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.