Victoria Gardens and Dundee-Nablus Twinning Association (DNTA) invite you to a screening of Foragers, an experimental documentary about Palestinian resistance and food.
Join Glasgow Community Food Network for a free screening of ‘Just Eat It’ as part of their Food & Climate Action Project!
Glasgow Community Food Network was established in 2017 to bring together practitioners and organisations in the private, public and third sectors along with other interested individuals to develop a flourishing […]
Join Glasgow Community Food Network for a screening of ‘Honeyland’ as part of their Food & Climate Action Project!
Join Glasgow Tool Library for a special free screening of this gentle and contemplative documentary about ‘being the change’.
Pilton Community Health Project has been working in the Pilton area since 1984, making it the oldest community health project in Scotland. They are rooted in the community and have […]
Join us in conversation after the film to explore what fungi can teach us about being in the world: in solidarity, adaptability, and ways of imagining otherwise – with special […]
A special screening of ‘The Mushroom Speaks’ in Aberdeenshire
Join us after the film in a live audience conversation to explore what fungi can teach us about being in the world: in solidarity, adaptability, and ways of imagining otherwise.
Dive into a list of resources on land struggles and explore how we can channel our solidarity with Palestine from Scotland.
Dive into a list of resources on land struggles and explore how we can channel solidarity with Palestine from Scotland.
Join Rhyze Mushrooms at their farm for a free workshop on the socio-political potential of ‘radical mycology’. Looking to fungi for both practical and theoretical inspiration, the workshop invites participants […]
Join us in conversation after the screening to dive deeper into Palestinian land struggles and explore how we can channel solidarity from Scotland. Plus short: Coming Home (Naim Naif/ […]
Join A+E collective and other critters for a messy post-screening Q&A and conversation about plurality, precarity and performativity.
An enchanting exploration of what mushrooms can teach us about being in the world: in solidarity, adaptability, and ways of imagining otherwise.
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.
Online screening of a new documentary investigating the question: how do the roots of change grow?