"Take One Action's focus on empowering local audiences to engage through film with global and environmental injustice is unique in the UK. This work is really, really important."
Patrons Ken Loach & Paul Laverty
Videos, Podcasts, Galleries
Some of our pictoral highlights from the last 5 years!
Highlights of 2010: from the audiences that took part to our plans for the year ahead
Highlights from our inaugural youth residency in Stirling: bringing together and inspiring the next generation of globally conscious cultural entrepreneurs from youth groups and schools across Scotland.
All you need to know in our handy printed guide about the 2011 Take One Action Film Festival, available from the Filmhouse and Glasgow Film Theatre.
Details of our special festival ticket packages for companies and organisations seeking to engage their staff with issues informing corporate social responsibility.
Photographic highlights of the 2010 Take One Action Film Festival in Edinburgh and Glasgow. To view the 2010 festival events archive, click here.
Get in the mood for this years festival, then check out the programme and book your tickets...
Some of the best images from our annual festival in Edinburgh and Glasgow, September 2009
View, download and print the Take One Action 2010 Film Festival Guide. Booking opens Monday 9 August 2010. This page may take a few seconds to load.
Simon Bateson and screenwriter Paul Laverty (Looking for Eric) talk about Take One Action on BBC Radio Scotland's Movie Cafe.
Trailer for the 2009 Take One Action Film Festival
A River Changes Course
Thu 30 May at 18:00
Powerful reflection on the frontline impacts of our global food system
Fri 31 May at 17:45
Social impacts of food production centred on Europe
Fresh and Wild - Meal & Ceilidh
Fri 31 May at 20:00
Community meal, short films, ceilidh
World-changing films with affordable public licenses plus great ideas to kickstart action in your community...