Cinema St Andrews examines the history of cinema within St Andrews from the medium’s origins to the present day. It also examines the history of cinema through St Andrews, using the town as a case study to explore cinematic developments over the past one hundred and twenty years.

From the first appearance of Edison’s Kinetophone on Market Street in 1895 to the filming of Never Let Me Go in 2009, the site explores not only our local history, but also broader shifts in social and film history.