Pollok House, Govanhill Baths and The Barras are set to become immersive, pop-up cinemas.
Venues from Ayr to Aberdeen will host screenings of rarely-seen gems in unique ways as part of the British Film Institute’s Britain on Film project.
The Scottish season opens on September 27 at The Barras with Glasgow Film Theatre’s 'The City as a Movie Screen' event showcasing the authentic atmosphere of the historic market.
The audience will also be able to browse the stalls of native Barras traders including The City Retro Fashion, MouseyPad jewellery and Glickman’s, Glasgow’s oldest sweet shop.
Muldoon's Ragtime Jazz and Blue Band will provide swinging live entertainment recreating the classic Barrowlands Ballroom, while archive films will showcase the city with Dancing At Barrowlands and Out and About Glasgow.
Special film project Made in My Toun will also recreate the Barras market in all its glory, with actors playing over-the-top Glaswegian salesmen punting their stock alongside real traders.
Starting in Stirling and travelling to a further seven cities across Scotland, including Dundee, Aberdeen and Inverness, Made in My Toun is an interactive archive evening celebrating the 'touns' that have shaped Scotland.
Made in My Toun curator and tour producer Shona Thomson said: "I love watching films in the towns and cities where they were made.
"It's infinitely pleasing to recognise a street, building or even people you know so well on the big screen.
"As a nation, we've always had big ambitions for our urban centres and the benefits they might offer us as citizens: from pedestrianising high streets to 'new town' planning.
"Made in My Toun is a chance for audiences across Scotland to watch rarely seen archive films embodying those original ambitions, and have a blether in-cinema afterwards about whether they still offer us the promised benefits today."
The three-year film adventure aims to open up Britain’s film and TV archives for the public to enjoy from September 2015 to January 2016.