We are thrilled to be taking part at WOW – What Now? Perth to celebrate women and girls whilst taking a frank look at the challenges we all still face in the movement towards gender equality.
Explore the concepts, dynamics and approaches at the heart of ecofeminism in this empowering and inclusive event.
An animated short that explores the toilet as a place of exclusion and belonging.
Combining images from the end of Pride 2018 with the final testimonial of Harvey Milk, this artful short film celebrates what has been achieved whilst also providing a reminder of the sacrifices that have been made.
When 18-year old transgender Gavin Grimm started using the boys’ bathroom in school it caused uproar. In this powerful short film he demands his rights and urges acceptance amongst his community.
Grab your diaries! Take One Action Film Festival is on the road and returns to Aberdeen & Inverness this November to premiere the most acclaimed international documentaries focusing on social and environmental justice. At a time when concepts of truth and democracy are being stretched beyond recognition, the tide of political upheavals, environmental threats and […]
After the screening we are delighted to be hosting a unique, specially-curated performance by Scotland-based musicians and spoken word artists whose work explores women’s empowerment, marginalised experiences and notions of belonging. We are thrilled to be welcoming Molly McLachlan, Rebecca Dunn, Nadine Aisha Jassat, Jo Gilbert & Noon Salah Eldin,to the stage. Please book through Belmont Filmhouse via the link […]
A Volunteers View: Take One Action volunteer, Serena Scateni examines the place of women in the film industry, and how TOA is placing female directors at the heart of the programme this year. In the aftermath of the outburst of the Weinstein scandal and the rise of the MeToo movement (roughly) around the world, awareness of […]
A Volunteers View: Take One Action volunteer, Siobhan Divers takes a look at this year’s Sister’s Strand and how it connects to the conversations about women’s empowerment which are taking place right now. In a world where dystopian fictions like The Handmaid’s Tale are not far from reality for many women – women are […]
“Let us make our future now, and let us make our dream’s tomorrow’s reality.” Malala Yousafzai A Volunteers View: Take One Action volunteer, Isla Parker, takes a look at this year’s Youth Programme and how it connects to young people living in Scotland today. As a young person, watching the news in 2018 […]
Grab your diaries! Tickets for all screenings and events for this year’s Take One Action Film Festival are now on sale. At a time when concepts of truth and democracy are being stretched beyond recognition, the tide of political upheavals, environmental threats and isolationism can feel overwhelming. Our programme offers an antidote to despair […]
A unique mix of animation, fiction, documentary – and chat!
Join us after the screening for a unique, specially-curated programme of spoken word and musical performances by Scotland-based artists whose work explores women’s empowerment, marginalised experiences and notions of belonging – including hip hop artist Erin Friel, musician Heir of the Cursed and poets Tawona Sithole, Katie Ailes and Leyla Josephine. We are delighted […]
Join us after the screening for a unique, specially-curated programme of spoken word and musical performances by Scotland-based artists whose work explores women’s empowerment, marginalised experiences and notions of belonging – including poets Nadine Aisha Jassat and Hannah Lavery. £10.50/£7.50/£5.50 (Under 25’s) Book directly via Filmhouse
“Let’s smash the patriarchy!” Swedish hip-hop artist Silvana Imam shouts through a megaphone, and hundreds of hands shoot into the air.
A unique screening experience of secondary schools!
An 11 year-old-girl living in Taliban-controlled Kabul must disguise herself as a boy to ensure her family’s survival.
Glasgow Women’s Library’s vision is of a world in which every woman is able to fulfill her potential and where women’s historical, cultural and political contributions to society are fully recognised, valued and celebrated.