The Odeon Fort Kinnaird re-opened in March 2015 with 7 screens with RealD 3D, and Dolby Atmos sound system.
Formerly the ABC Cinema, until it was taken over by the Odeon chain, this centrally located cinema offers new mainstream films.
Formerly the Royal Dick Veterinary College, this historic building has been transformed into a vibrant multi-arts venue with and its cafe/bar a meeting point.
Edinburgh's publicly-funded arthouse cinema is a hub for the city's film buffs. The Filmhouse has the most varied programme of alternative film, ranging from arthouse and foreign cinema to mainstream second run films.
Edinburgh's stylish arthouse cinema combines an old world filmhouse from the outside, while inside you can spread out in expansive, comfortable armchairs of Cinema 1.
The Glasgow Science Centre has a planetarium, an IMAX theatre for watching those latest large-format 3D films, and three floors of science exhibitions.
Cineworld, formerly known as the UGC, is a centrally located multiplex. It is an easy walking distance from Lothian Road/Tollcross, with car parking space.
Just a short walk from the east end of Princes Street, the Vue Cinema is at the top of Leith Walk opposite a busy roundabout.
The cinema, in modern entertainment complex below Calton Hill, has 2 screens (3 gold class) and a seating capacity of 2100. The exterior of the building is unmissable with its huge glass facade and unexpected, metal sculpture of an adult and young giraffe called "Dreaming Spires". The cinema has comfortable seats.
Formerly the Ster Century cinema this multiplex can be found in the Ocean
The Odeon multiplex (formerly ABC) is an 8 cinema complex situated in Wester Hailes. It has all the trappings of the modern plex with screens ranging from 171 to 416 seaters in size.