Gods of Molenbeek
Saturday 21 September 2019, 5:30pm
Filmhouse, Edinburgh

Does God exist? What happens when we die?
Brussels’ Molenbeek district has been, for most outsiders, synonymous with violent jihadism. For six-year-old friends Aatos and Amine, however, it is just home: the playground in which they listen to spiders whisper, or argue over who will get the front seat on the magic carpet that will take them to the land of their ancestors.

Qandeel
Saad Khan and Tazeen Bari | 2017
Pakistan, United Kingdom, United States | 25 min | 12+ years | English, Punjabi, Urdu with English subtitles | Closed CaptionsSubtitles

The life, death and impact of Pakistan’s working-class icon Qandeel Baloch, killed in 2016 after becoming a social media celebrity. This film tells Qandeel’s story through her own videos and media appearances.

White Fright
David Felix Sutcliffe | 2018
United Kingdom | 30 min | 15+ years | English with English subtitles | Closed CaptionsSubtitles

In 2015, the community of Islamberg discovered that a Tennessee minister was plotting the deadliest attack on US soil since 9/11 against their village. Why have Americans heard nothing about him, and why has the safety of their community been ignored?

Bon Voyage
Fabio Friedli | 2011
Switzerland | 6 min | 8+ years | No dialogue

Dozens of migrants climb onto an overcrowded truck. Their goal: to escape to Europe. When they arrive after an exhausting journey, another brutal reality awaits them: the European treatment of refugees.

Take One Action Film Festival 2018 Programme Launch
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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 […]

Time for Ilhan
Friday 14 September 2018, 7:00pm
The Lighthouse, Glasgow

Stay with us after the film as we explore the importance of female voices being heard at the centre of British politics and policy, with guests including Emma Ritch, Executive Director of Engender. Screening with: Fired Up! (Dan Fipphen & Elyse Kelly,  Colombia, Israel, USA, 2017, 4mins) **Please note: the venue has now moved to The […]

Silvana
Tuesday 18 September 2018, 7:00pm
Scottish Youth Theatre, Glasgow

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 […]

Refugee Community Kitchen

Refugee Community Kitchen serves nourishing food to displaced people in the UK and northern France. Entirely volunteer-run and donation-based, we are committed to serving wholesome food with dignity and respect to people in need.

Not only does Refugee Community Kitchen keep people highly nourished but we are also providing a moment in the day where people can gather and connect. Our food distributions recreate a sense of community and provide a safe space for medical and legal services, safeguarding groups and other support.

Maryhill Integration Network

Maryhill Integration Network (MIN) SCIO was established in 2001 and became a registered charity (SCO37300) in March 2006.

MIN brings refugee, migrant and local communities together through, art, social, cultural and educational groups and projects, offering people a chance to learn new skills, meet new people, share experiences and take part in worthwhile activities to improve their lives and the life of their communities.