"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
Films for class and youth groups
Below we list films we've seen and would recommend for primary and secondary school use, along with key themes, resources and how to get hold of them.
Madonna explores development issues affecting Malawi, including HIV
Key themes: empowerment/activism, HIV and AIDS, international development
Countries/regions: Malawi / Southern Africa
Young Mia befriends the mysterious Migoo, together they must save planet earth from ecological disaster.
Key themes: climate change
Moving portrait of young Kenyans trying to gain a secondary education
Key themes: education, international development, poverty (global)
Countries/regions: Southern Africa
An experiment in democracy takes place in a third grade classroom in one of China's most populous cities.
Key themes: democracy/political systems
Countries/regions: China / Asia
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...