Oban Youth Café premises offers young people a place to come to and call their own, a place to hang out, meet friends, cook, play pool and over time build […]
Join us in conversation after the film to explore childhood, play, and effective personal routes to action with We Play co-directors Simon Bateson and Kristina Konstantoni.
Join us in Edinburgh for a free screening of the stunning documentary ‘In My Blood it Runs’.
Feeling desperate about climate change, one family uproots their life to join an ecological experiment.
A rousing portrait of young climate activists for whom rebellion is both a means and an end in the struggle for climate justice.
The National Library of Scotland is a reference library with world-class collections. It is also Scotland’s largest library and one of the major research libraries in Europe.
We’re pleased to be teaming up with Ando Glaso to make this stunning documentary available for GRT History Month.
Ando Glaso empowers Roma communities in Scotland through culture and education.
A+E braids the terms accident and emergency, art and ecology, art and education.
Join us for Alanis Obomsawin’s 50th feature film OUR PEOPLE WILL BE HEALED and a discussion about the role of education in dreams of the future. Presented in collaboration with Femspectives.
Alanis Obomsawin’s 50th film delves deep into the power and possibilities of education, providing a glimpse into how a Cree community in Manitoba is actively decolonizing their curriculum and school practices.
Scottish PEN is a centre of PEN International, a not-for-profit organisation that champions writer’s freedom of expression and literature across borders.
Join us for a free screening and discussion as part of Climate Week North East.
Join Transition Stirling for a free online screening and discussion as part of our Locals initiative.
Can an education system be changed from the bottom up?
Can an education system be successfully changed from the bottom up? Only time will tell, but the seed for rethinking the education of the citizens of the future has come to stay.
Join Transition Stirling for an online community screening and post-film discussion.
A boy has a crush on another boy and he is too shy to confess, but his heart is not so reticent