A place for Scotland’s creatives to gather and imagine how we can fight against precarity in our industries.
Coinciding with the COP Global Day of Action, we reiterate that there is no climate justice without a Free Palestine. Join us for a hands-on session where we’ll gather in solidarity, education, and practical actions for a free Palestine.
Join artist Lydia Beilby for a friendly and welcoming, collaborative two-part workshop exploring the unique aesthetic and tactile characteristics of photochemical moving-image film.
Stills is a centre for photography based in the heart of Edinburgh. Established in 1977, we have a long history of supporting the advancement, enjoyment, exploration and understanding of photography […]
Join us before and after the screening for a (re)writing session that imagines real utopias, an exercise in letter-writing to an inhabitant of an otherworldly realm. In this gentle, meditative […]
A new audio documentary by artist Tanatsei Gambura, specially commissioned for Take One Action Film Festivals 2022.
Walking While Black is a gentle walking group for Black people in Scotland, nurtured by Scottish-Zimbabwean artist and researcher Natasha Thembiso Ruwona.
Palestinian-American dancers in Brooklyn maintain vibrant connection to their homeland through dabke, a traditional Levantine folk dance. A joyful, electric celebration of Palestinian heritage shot on 16mm.
A+E is a group of creatives working in design, film, food and writing, coming together to awaken people’s imaginations and investment in a better world.
Combining DIY cultivation with community-centred justice work like shared meals, workshops, campaigning and organising, RHYZE Mushrooms’ work is rooted in mycelial values: community, collaboration and mutual aid.
*Edit (26.4.2022): We are very sorry to let you know that Sunday’s event is no longer able to go ahead due to an unforeseen venue complication. Our Edinburgh screening (on […]
If Not Us Then Who supports a global awareness campaign highlighting the role indigenous and local peoples play in protecting our planet.
A free zine making arts workshop developed in response to Living Proof.
An experimental meditation on the relationship between Black women’s collective experience with music, history, and the act of reclamation.
An intimate conversation with Joséphine Bacon, exploring some of her favourite Innu words and her storytelling approach as a translator, poet, filmmaker and teacher.
Enjoy readings by Scotland- based, multilingual poets Tanatsei Gambura and Heather H. Yeung in a special recording in response to Call Me Human.
A special programme of short films that celebrate bodies as sites of reclamation and dissent.
Channel your solidarity by participating in this direct-action banner making workshop.