Catalan Film Festival is Back! The Catalan Film Festival returns to Scotland 21 January – 15 February 2023. SAVE THE DATES! It’s cold outside, but here’s a new wave of Mediterranean vibes to warm up your winter season. This year the festival will pay particular attention to the beauty and inspiration

  • Curipira E A Máquina Do Destino – Review

    Janina Wagner’s ‘Curupira E A Máquina Do Destino’ distorts space and time with ease and fluidity, taking us beautifully and eerily down the Transamazônica BR-230 and into the jungle at the shoulder of Iracema, one example of far too many young girls driven into prostitution at the side of this

  • The Past Counts the Future

    THE PAST COUNTS THE FUTURE A workshop by Elena Duque CinemaAttic organised a workshop for young people in Craigmillar with Spanish-Venezuelan filmmaker, curator, writer and teacher Elena Duque in June 22. We went back to zero and explored the tricks of Méliès, together with the stop motion animation techniques by

  • Craigmillar Film Club

    CinemaAttic is bringing its brand of unique film events to Craigmillar Library as part of a new film club partnership. The film club’s first screening was a short film night last May. The screening will feature superb short films who have featured in film festivals across the world. These films

  • We are looking for VOLUNTEERS

    Do you love cinema? Have a passion for celebrating the best up and coming filmmakers? Want to see fantastic new short films from around the world? If you answered yes to any of these questions, we think you’d be the perfect fit as a CinemaAttic Volunteer! CinemaAttic is back for

  • We are looking for an ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

    CinemaAttic is looking for a part-time Assistant Director to join our dynamic international team of Ibero-American cinema enthusiasts and help us deliver our film offering in a hybrid format and continue to grow going forward. Assistant Director will work closely with the Director of CinemaAttic on how aims and objectives


    CinemaAttic is looking for a Digital Communications Officer to join our dynamic international team of Ibero-American cinema enthusiasts and help us promote our specialised film offering in a hybrid format going forward. This is a paid position and you can find all the details in the document below. Download Job

  • Edinburgh International Film Festival is here

    So It is that time of the year again. The oldest continually running film festival in the world is back from this Friday bringing a programme that doesn’t aim at being the biggest but surely will connect at different levels with the fairly complex society of our beautiful city. Everyone

  • ADRIFT: Essential World Cinema

    ADRIFT: A wave of essential world cinema is coming to Scottish shores this spring.  ADRIFT – an exciting new film season organized by CinemaAttic. A six-week celebration of contemporary and classic cinema, workshops with filmmakers and special events to delight Scottish audiences, running from 26th May – 30th June in


    Get those hands clapping. In April we bring the joy of the Feria de Abril to Scotland with several events that bring together great Andalusian cinema, food, drinks and music. The South of Spain, more than any other European region, is built upon myths and folkloric traditions. We are proud

  • We are looking for a TECHNICAL LEAD

    CinemaAttic is looking for a part-time Technical Lead to join our dynamic international team of Ibero-American cinema enthusiasts and help us deliver our year-round film exhibition activity in a hybrid format. This is a paid position and you can find all the details in the document below: Download Job Description

  • HOGMANAY 2021 | 12 CinemaAttic Grapes to See the New Year In

    The CinemaAttic team wishes you all the best things for 2022! As is customary in Spain on New Year’s Eve, we eat a grape with each of the twelve bell strikes at midnight to attract good fortune. Extending this tradition to what CinemaAttic is most passionate about, we are sharing

  • FOCUS: Clara Roquet

    Disinheritance, swimming pools, and magical moments of adolescence – looming over all this, the omnipresence of a clock that never stops, ticking and tocking, marking the passing of time. We are immensely proud to offer a retrospective on the cinema of Clara Roquet, celebrating the release of her first feature

  • FOCUS: Meritxell Colell

    Images blend with personal thoughts. Life blends with the process of making films. The personal is political. Family, students, actors move in front and behind the camera in Meritxell Colell’s films. To watch Meritxell’s films is to participate in a journey, a process that is yet to be defined. Meritxell


    The Catalan Film Festival returns to Scotland 25 November – 12 December 2021 with a mesmerising programme of award-winning films, bringing summery Mediterranean vibes to heat up the Scottish winter. We are extremely excited to return to our favourite Scottish cinemas, while maintaining an online window for Catalan Arts lovers across