Palestinians forage as resistance in this mesmerising interrogation of settler colonial power and narratives of conservation.
An enchanting exploration of what mushrooms can teach us about being in the world: in solidarity, adaptability, and ways of imagining otherwise.
A captivating journey into the El Nido forest, where a group of Filipino land defenders risk their lives fighting for environmental justice.
First Step Swim follows Caitlin on a journey of wild swimming as she navigates not only her relationship to her body, but also to the water and space in which she inhabits throughout this short film.
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.
A cinematic exploration of the emotional and psychological dimensions of climate change
Feeling desperate about climate change, one family uproots their life to join an ecological experiment.
*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 […]
Join If Not Us Then Who? And Take One Action for a celebration of stories at the heart of the fight for climate justice in the Amazon.
If Not Us Then Who supports a global awareness campaign highlighting the role indigenous and local peoples play in protecting our planet.
Priscila Tapajowara weaves together documentary and mythology in two gentle portraits of indigenous and riverine people from the Amazon.
A special World Poetry Day screening of Call Me Human – a poetic celebration of Indigenous knowledge and a gentle, affectionate portrait of septuagenarian poet Joséphine Bacon.
Aberfeldy Climate Cafe hosts screenings and conversations on climate justice on the last Monday of each month.
A rousing portrait of young climate activists for whom rebellion is both a means and an end in the struggle for climate justice.
Online screening of a new documentary following a mesmerising journey into the heart of Brazil’s Amazonian forest, in the footsteps of the Yanomami.
Online screening of a documentary celebrating Indigenous knowledge and a gentle, affectionate portrait of an extraordinary soul.
Edinburgh screening of a stunning new archive documentary that looks for the roots of the climate crisis in Scotland’s post-war history.