Take One Action’s top picks from this year’s Glasgow Film Festival programme.
What the **** happens during UN climate summits?Who makes the decisions? Whose voices are excluded?What’s at stake during COP26? What the COP? is an exciting film initiative to help groups […]
There are so many wonderful humans that make up the Take One Action family: staff, volunteers, audiences, campaigners, collaborators, filmmakers and oodles more. Amber Heath, one of the amazing Take […]
Image: The National Welcome to ‘Watch, Read, Think, Act’, a collaboration between Take One Action and the wonderful team at Lighthouse – Edinburgh’s Radical Bookshop. Once a week, starting on […]
Exciting news! The UK’s leading global change film festival returns this September with a hybrid edition taking place in Edinburgh, Glasgow and online, followed by in-person festivals in Aberdeen and […]
A guest piece from Janos Lang, Creative Director of Ando Glaso, on the significance of nurturing and showcasing Roma heritage.
Young climate activists from across Scotland have teamed up to host a youth climate hustings in advance of the Scottish Parliament elections in May 2021.
Take One Action’s highlights from the GFF21 line-up!
As this tumultuous year draws to a close, goodness knows we need to remember the positives that 2020 has brought us (yes, there were a few!).
An interview with Meng Han as part of Take One Action’s ‘Take Aways’ initiative.
Abbie Gladwin interviews director Elegance Bratton as part of Take One Action’s Take Aways initiative.
Ruby-Leigh Smith interviews filmmaker Radu Ciorniciuc as part of Take One Action’s Take Aways initiative.
I anticipate that most people watching Smog Town as part of Take One Action Film Festival will be non-Chinese viewers. As a Chinese national, I thought it would be useful to present my take on the film – and see how it may differ from yours.
In the spirit of community and connectivity, we want to do something special with our audiences, and in a desire to keep people connected and creative in the online sphere […]
As Coded Bias and Buolamwini’s activism reminds us, we can take small steps to act against greater forces, bettering our communities by acknowledging the differences inherent within them, and building our technology structures from there.
Tanatsei Gambura joins us from today as part of Film Hub Scotland’s New Promoter Scheme!
In response to cinema closures affecting cinemas and human rights film festivals across the globe, our friends at Together Films have created #StayHomeWatchTogether: a cornucopia of powerful films and discussions […]
The Glasgow Film Festival is returning for its 15th year, bringing a sparkling line-up of documentaries, fiction films, events, talks and industry events to Glasgow from the 26th February to […]