Soyalism + Meal
Wednesday 25 September 2019, 6:00pm
Centre For Contemporary Arts (CCA), Glasgow

Food production has increasingly become huge business for a handful of giant corporations. How do we re-prioritise workers’ rights, animal welfare and environmental sustainability?

System Error
Monday 23 September 2019, 7:30pm
Grassmarket Centre, Edinburgh

As a central tenet of capitalism, the concept of growth dominates our politics, our economy, and our understanding of what makes the world go round. Yet the social fabric and nature itself are showing the strain of this constant drive for bigger and better at all costs.

Sunday (Dimanche)
United States

The well-oiled machinery of weekly routine expels the incompetent Dimanche, in a beguiling animation that celebrates the fertile possibilities of nature and free time.

System Error
Florian Opitz | 2018
Germany | 95 min | 12+ years | English, German with English subtitles | Subtitles

Screening as part of TOAFF19

As a central tenet of capitalism, the concept of growth dominates our politics, our economy, and our understanding of what makes the world go round. Yet the social fabric and nature itself are showing the strain of this constant drive for bigger and better at all costs.

Sorry We Missed You
Ken Loach | 2019
Belgium, France, United Kingdom | 100 min | 12+ years | English

Three years after I, Daniel Blake (TOAFF16), Ken Loach and his long-term collaborators (screenwriter Paul Laverty and producer Rebecca O’Brien) return with another devastatingly powerful portrait of contemporary Britain.

Bananas!*
Fredrik Gertten | 2009
Sweden | 87 min | English, Spanish with English subtitles | Subtitles

The workers of a Nicaraguan banana plantation embark on a legal battle against the Dole Food Company over cases of sterility caused by the pesticide DBCP.

Global Justice Edinburgh

Global Justice Edinburgh are the Edinburgh group of Global Justice Now – a democratic social justice organisation working as part of a global movement to challenge the powerful and create a more just and equal world. They believe that a better world is possible: a world where our resources and decisions about how they’re used lie in the hands of the many, not the few; a world where resources are available to all, not just to those who can afford them.

GJN mobilise people in the UK for change, and act in solidarity with those fighting injustice, particularly in the global south.