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We may be temporarily closed but we're still here to bring you a weekly dose of recommendations to keep you occupied in the meantime!

We recently sent out an update about our plans for the New Filmhouse. If you missed this, you can read more about it here

Don't forget to follow our social media channels for more film content and reopening updates - you can follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
Berlin 1945 (2020) // Volker Heise

Chief Operating Officer: Dougie 
"A three part documentary of archive footage and readings from contemporary diaries on the fall of Berlin in 1945. It's a terrifying insight into living in a capital city as the fabric of civilisation and decency collapses around you. It doesn’t shy away from the atrocities of the victors or the vanquished and gives a voice to the ordinary people who were just trying to survive."

Watch on BBC iPlayer
Bright Star (2009) // Jane Campion

Head of Cinema Operations: Yvonne

"Period romantic drama based on the relationship between Fanny Brawne and the poet John Keats. I loved Campion’s depiction of Fanny Brawne, she’s young and bravely loving in contrast to Keats and his complicated poet’s view of romance. The film is steeped in dappled sunlight and reflects Keats’ emphasis on sensuality and nature in his writing, it’s truly romantic."

Rent on Amazon Prime
Wolfwalkers (2020) // Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart
 
Edinburgh Cinema Club: Isobel
Wolfwalkers is a hand-drawn masterpiece with spiralling forests, a lilting score and this way of combining Miyazaki’s magical grit with Disney’s feel-good accessibility. Full of Celtic Myth, Irish History and the woes of over-parenting, this is a powerful film that’ll delight adults and children alike."

Watch on Apple TV
A Man Called Ove // Fredrik Bakcman
Payroll & Finance Officer: Sarah

"I just finished reading this, and it’s become one of my favourite books of the year. It has an incredible balance of humour and heartbreak, and a great reminder not to just write off any grumpy old men you meet! I think it’s one of those books which will stay with me for many years to come. Plus the 2015 film is a wonderful adaptation of the book, and is currently available to watch on MUBI. I would recommend reading the book first though, to get the full impact of the film!'' 

Many independent bookshops in Edinburgh will order in books in that you request - here's a great list of independent bookshops you can support!
The Filmhouse Cookbook

This week's recipe is delicious Kefir Apple Pancakes from our Café Bar chef Ellie, perfect for a warming breakfast!

Serve up a sprinkling of icing sugar and enjoy!

Find all our recipes here! 
French Film Fest // Second Chance 
 
Missed French FF's online edition? It's not too late - there's a second chance to catch their 8 titles this weekend only! 

As a Christmas gesture, the ticket price per film is only £4.50 (£1 for the Short Cuts Programme).

Tickets are on sale now and are available on a first come first served basis, so be quick! 


Book your tickets now
Christmas Gifts // 8 Ideas for the Film Lover

Christmas is just around the corner, and with only a few days left to get your festive gift shopping done, we wanted to inspire you with a few ideas for the film lovers in your life. Here are our favourite finds, combining a couple of biased favourites, with a few more rogue stocking selections... Happy shopping!

Read our Gift Guide

One-month extension to the 14-day free trial on BFI Player Subscription. No commitment. Cancel at any time. To access the special offer please visit player.bfi.org.uk/subscribe, create your account or sign in, choose your subscription type, add in the code PARTNER20. Offer expires on 9/2/2021.

You’ll need to enter your payment card details as your subscription will automatically renew at the end of the free trial period unless you cancel beforehand. This offer is not compatible with the BFI Player Channel on Amazon Prime and the Apple TV app. Please note that BFI Player is unavailable outside the UK

. This voucher code has no cash value. Terms of use: https://player.bfi.org.uk/terms-of-use

Filmhouse has partnered up with MUBI to offer our customers three months of films entirely FREE! With a selection ranging from cult classics to award-winning masterpieces, and a new film added every day, there's something for everyone to enjoy - with even more cinema to enjoy through their new LIBRARY.

The button on the sign-up page will prompt you to enter your credit card details: if you cancel before the end of the trial, you won't be charged – if you decide to stay on, you'll start a standard paid subscription with MUBI.

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