Take One Action Film Festival aims to create a safe and inclusive environment for everyone regardless of their disability, economic status, race, gender identity or sexual orientation, and we ask people to respect each other and be sensitive to the diversity of the identities that exist within the LGBT+ and queer communities.
We are committed to making our events truly inclusive and accessible to all our audience members. Since 2019, we have appointed a dedicated Access and Engagement Coordinator to work with us each festival. Please contact [email protected]or 0131 553 6335 if you have any queries.
For our 2021 programme, all our films and pre-recorded content are captioned for D/deaf and hard-of-hearing audiences. The live audience discussions after the opening and closing films will be presented with BSL interpretation. See below, to find out more.
Community ticket fund
We hope that our sliding scale ticket policy will make our events more accessible to all. To support group attendance, we also offer a number of FREE tickets for each screening to community organisations, youth groups or charities.
Our festival events are held in venues across Scotland.
For more information on our venues this year please see link below. For more information on access for each venue, please contact [email protected]
All films and online content this year will be captioned for D/deaf and hard of hearing audiences.
BSL interpretation will be available for the introduction and audience discussions at both our opening and closing films.
For more information please contact [email protected].
Digital access fund
We have a small fund to support the cost of digital access for those who do not have access to wifi or unlimited data.
To apply please contact [email protected].
Pay what you can
To make our events more accessible, we operate a sliding scale policy (thanks to SQIFF for leading the way) across all our venues and online. Choose what you pay based on your personal circumstances, from £0 – £10.
All we ask is that you are honest with us so that we can continue offering flexibility to those who need it most. When you pay a higher price for a ticket, you help subsidise a ticket for somebody on a lower income.
Venue Safety Measures
For more information on each venues Covid policies, please see link below.
If you require any further guidance, please get in touch with [email protected]