A solidarity screening of Basma al-Sharif’s ‘Ouroboros’ (2017) in collaboration with LUX Scotland and GSFF.
An homage to the Gaza Strip, Ouroboros follows a man through five different landscapes, upending mass-mediated representation of trauma.
A powerful exploration of human rights violations in contemporary Iran.
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Join Humanist Society Scotland for a Film Clubs screening of a powerful documentary that exposes the ugly side of the “beautiful game”.
A screening of La Llorona – a stunning piece of political horror and magical realism – followed by a live filmmaker Q&A.
A stunning piece of political horror and magical realism, La Llorona reimagines the weeping woman as an avenger for the crimes committed against Indigenous peoples in Guatemala.
How do we challenge border imperialism to centre migrant justice?
We’re pleased to be teaming up with Ando Glaso to make this stunning documentary available for GRT History Month.
Join us for a free selection of short films exploring borders, in-betweens and new beginnings – curated for Refugee Festival Scotland 2021.
Join Take One Action and Scottish PEN for an online screening of Radio Silence and a live conversation about the limits of press freedom from Mexico to Scotland.
An observational documentary about people with mental illness who are leaving their institution after decades spent in isolation and once they get out trying to put their shattered lives back together.
Meet the millennials fighting back against unpaid work.
A documentary and mythological story that engages a part of the history of the Nükak indigenous community.
‘Where We Belong’ follows the stories of Abbas and Alyaa who are families who have been affected by ISIS to claim justice and compensation.
Hear the stories of the hundreds of innocent refugees and asylum seekers faced more than six years captivity at the hands of the Australian Federal Government on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea.
This hard-hitting investigation of a private prison in South Africa uncovers what happens when public services are ruled by market forces.
Join directors Ilse and Femke Van Velzen live at 20:30 on Saturday 26th September in conversation with representatives from War on Want and We Own It to explore opportunities for action.