An ecofeminist, personal essay documentary about endometriosis and the invasive Japanese Knotweed.
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 […]
A programme of shorts exploring women’s relationships to (home)land – how they reclaim their place in ongoing histories, carve out space for survival, and allow new forms of love to […]
Georgina, a trans woman living in a small indigenous community in Colombia, answers the hostility thrown her way with the words, “I have only love.”
Syrian-Scottish filmmaker Laura Wadha reconnects with her cousin after 10 years apart. Through video calls, old recordings, and ongoing processes of memory and reconciliation, they piece together the story of their family separated by war.
A lyrical work of queer fiction embedded in hostile reality. An immigrant secretly living with her girlfriend must make a decision about the life she wishes to lead when immigration officers hammer down her door.
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 memory capsule of the filmmaker Neema’s time spent at a colonial legacy boarding school, and how it shaped her relationship to food, body, and identity.
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.
Empowering women through sisterhood, Perth Women’s Collective aims to create an informal, welcoming, safe space in Perth, UK, for women to talk, to listen, to be celebrated, and to contribute to the conversation around gender equality.
Online screening of a new documentary investigating the question: how do the roots of change grow?
An intimate conversation with Joséphine Bacon, exploring some of her favourite Innu words and her storytelling approach as a translator, poet, filmmaker and teacher.
Online screening of a documentary celebrating Indigenous knowledge and a gentle, affectionate portrait of an extraordinary soul.
A special programme of short films that celebrate bodies as sites of reclamation and dissent.
Online screening of a new documentary platforming courage in sisterhood, and the Dalit women reclaiming power on their own terms.
Edinburgh screening of a documentary investigating the question: how do the roots of change grow?
Glasgow screening of a documentary investigating the question: how do the roots of change grow?
Aberdeen screening of a documentary investigating the question: how do the roots of change grow?