Screening as part of OREF Sustainable Orkney Conference – free entry included with conference ticket available from Eventbrite. The film will be followed by a discussion about what we can do to create a fairer and more sustainable world.
The film will be followed by a discussion about what we can do to create a fairer and more sustainable world.
Refreshments will be available at the bar.
There will be drinks and a post-screening discussion.
STAR Project is an award-winning community organisation, delivering sustainable and positive social outcomes in Renfrewshire. Established in 1999, employing a person-centred approach, we deliver group and individual supports consistent with local and national Strategy to build safer, more connected and resilient families and communities.
Highland Children’s Forum is a registered charity set up in 2000, created by the parent carers of children with additional support needs. The Forum aims to ensure that the voices of these children are heard in the design and provision of services in Highland. HCF’s aim is to advance human rights, promote equality and diversity and relieve those […]
Abriachan is a scattered rural community of about 130 people set high above the shores of Loch Ness in the Highlands of Scotland. Abriachan Forest Trust manages 540 hectares of forest to create local employment, improve the environment and encourage it’s enjoyment by the public.
Join us after the film for delicious food and inspiring conversation – the Marmions crew will be serving a delicious array of mezze style Turkish snacks after the film.
This urgent documentary chronicles the rise of the #FeesMustFall student movement which ignited into one of South Africa’s most militant national revolts.
We are delighted to be supporting this one-off screening at Cat Strand as part of our Locals programme. The film will be followed by a discussion on local sustainability led by a panel selected by the Stewartry Climate Group.
Festival of the Future, the University of Dundee’s flagship festival, celebrates how science, art and culture can inspire in equal measure, and how creative collaborations can help change our lives for the better.
Join us for a special programme of the best new short films from around the world, which spotlight issues of power, conflict, gender equality, access to education, food and the environment.
Putting gender front and centre: Join representatives from across Scotland’s international development community for a day of workshops and networking opportunities.
This lyrical documentary follows a young boy who uses his creativity, imagination and sharp wits to battle forces beyond his control.
Communities across the world are bearing the brunt of climate chaos and environmental degradation. In Inventing Tomorrow, hope takes the form of a group of young students, from Indonesia, India, Mexico and Hawaii, as they prepare for ISEF, the world’s largest high-school science competition.
Join us after the film to explore questions of development,sustainability and how to ensure opportunities can be shared more equitably. We will be joined by guests including representatives from Mercy Corps.
Scottish teenager Gemma has never backed down from a fight: that’s the way of life in the housing estate where she grew up, in Motherwell.
9-year-old Marwa is a lively, inquisitive child, whose interests revolve around playtime, school and her siblings. She and her family live in Jordan’s Za’atari camp, the world’s largest camp for Syrian refugees, and hope to return home soon.