Filmhouse (Edinburgh) Limited was formed in late December 2022 by four former Filmhouse colleagues: James Rice, former programme manager and now a cinema strategist at specialist consultancy Mustard Studio; Rod White, former Head of Programming; David Boyd, former Head of Technical; and Ginnie Atkinson, former CEO of Filmhouse and Edinburgh International Film Festival until 2010. Mike Davidson CA, a strategic financial consultant, recently joined the Board bringing with him extensive charity experience.
The board will be expanded once the long lease is signed, with a view to matching the diversity of the audience we wish to attract and the areas of governance and expertise we may need support in.
Filmhouse (Edinburgh) Ltd was granted charitable status by OSCR in the summer of 2023.
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Filmhouse (Edinburgh) Ltd. is a company limited by guarantee, registered in Scotland, SC753872;
and a registered charity in Scotland, SC052643, regulated by the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR).
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