Screening Days are preview film screening events for staff and volunteers of cinemas, mixed arts venues, film festivals, and film societies. This event will showcase key art-house and independent titles scheduled for theatrical release between March-May 2015 and a focus on films with a cultural interest to Scotland.
Watch films to help plan your programme, network with fellow exhibitors and find out about Film Hub Scotland’s activities for film exhibition.
Film Hub Scotland is part of the BFI’s Film Audience Network (FAN). Its role is to work with film exhibitors across Scotland to extend film choice, increase and broaden film audiences, and enhance opportunities for audiences to engage with and learn about film.
To book your place, please click on the ‘Book your place’ blue tab at the top right of the page.
Members of Film Hub Scotland are eligible for free Hub-funded passes. To benefit from a free pass, exhibitors in this Hub region who are not already members can sign up at: www.filmhubscotland.com
Exhibitors from other regions are eligible to attend at normal Screening Days prices:
One-day pass: £25.00
Two-day pass: £44.00
Registration for this event has now closed.
For any queries on ticketing please email email@example.com.
Film Hub Scotland are providing bursaries towards travel and accommodation costs. Please see their website for details:
Terms and conditions
Screening Days Scotland is an industry event which is open to people working or volunteering in an organisation whose primary purpose is the exhibition of films to the public. As all of the films that are being shown at the event are pre-release titles there is a press embargo on the event, which includes social networking sites and film forums.
Screening Days Scotland will be held at Glasgow Film Theatre which is on Rose Street just off Sauchiehall Street in the town centre.
The following hotels are in walking distance from GFT:
Thistle Hotel www.thistle.com/en/hotels/united_kingdom/glasgow/
Citizen M www.citizenm.com/destinations/glasgow/
Registration will be held from 8:30am each morning at Glasgow Film Theatre. You will not need a ticket but will be issued with a badge for the day(s) you are attending. This will be your entry pass into all of the screenings.
The registration area will be staffed by the ICO from 8:30am – 1:00pm each day of the event.
There is limited space at GFT for left luggage but on the second day GFT will do their best to accommodate delegates who need to bring luggage with them.
Please note luggage will be left at the owner’s risk.
Tea and coffee will be provided at registration from GFT’s foyer kiosk and cafe. On Tuesday, there will be a networking lunch provided by Film Hub Scotland at CCA (Centre for Contemporary Arts) on Sauchiehall Street, which is a 5 minute walk from GFT. Delegates need to purchase their own lunch on Wednesday.
The Project Café on Renfrew Street, across the road from GFT, offers 10% discount to delegates when they show their pass.
Willow Tearooms on Sauchiehall Street is good for tea and scones.
Saramago Cafe Bar at CCA on Sauchiehall Street
Butterfly & Pig on Bath Street
Sarti on Bath Street
AntiPasti on Sauchiehall Street
Café Hula on Hope Street
Glasgow Film Festival 2015
At Screening Days Scotland delegates have the opportunity to attend the opening night film of Glasgow Film Festival & festival party at the Glasgow School of Art on Wednesday 18 February 2015. Delegates are able to sign up for this when booking their place. Spaces are limited and available on a first come first served basis.
If you are planning to stay on at the festival after Screening Days Scotland, GFF are offering a discount on 10 festival tickets for £50 www.glasgowfilm.org/festival/earlybird
Delegates can also check out GFF’s Special Offers page which will be updated nearer the festival www.glasgowfilm.org/festival/special_offers
In partnership with Film Hub Scotland and Glasgow Film Festival