DOCMA is an open source game that allows filmmakers to make docs together. It’s a way of inspiring a community of filmmakers and doc-lovers from around the world to meet, play and network. Five filmmakers Five minutes One theme One film
Triodos Bank’s mission is to help create a society that protects and promotes quality of life and human dignity for all. Since 1980, our sustainable financial products have enabled individuals and organisations to use their money in ways that benefit people and the environment.
We are one of the largest councils in the UK, with our 17,000 staff providing high-quality services to nearly 500,000 people.
Scotland’s International Development Alliance is the membership body for everyone committed to creating a fairer world, free from poverty, injustice and environmental threats.
UWS Creative Media Academy is one of only 3 such institutions in Scotland to be endorsed as a centre of excellence by Creative Skillset. Part of the School of Media, Culture and Society, the Academy brings together students, staff and practitioners within the subject groupings of film, television, radio, music, performance, journalism and digital art.
Powered by the belief that a better world is possible. Scottish-based Mercy Corps is a local organisation with a global outlook.
Topics: Global Poverty & Development
IberoDocs is the first showcase for Ibero-American culture in Scotland, focussed on documentary films by Spanish, Portuguese and Latin- American filmmakers.
Their mission is to celebrate the culture and history of Ibero-American countries through documentary films, by establishing an annual event in Scotland that facilitates the understanding of migration and stimulates cultural and social integration.
The Festival was founded in 2013 by Mar Felices and Xosé Ramón Rivas, with the support of Isabel Moura Mendes.
Global Justice Edinburgh are the Edinburgh group of Global Justice Now – a democratic social justice organisation working as part of a global movement to challenge the powerful and create a more just and equal world. They believe that a better world is possible: a world where our resources and decisions about how they’re used lie in the hands of the many, not the few; a world where resources are available to all, not just to those who can afford them.
GJN mobilise people in the UK for change, and act in solidarity with those fighting injustice, particularly in the global south.
The Chapel of St Mary the Virgin has been the presence of the Scottish Episcopal Church in the centre of Ullapool, since 1976. Having recently become an eco-congregation the Church now has a strong programme of activities to engage the congregation with discussions and actions around climate justice.
The Creative Europe programme aims to support the European audiovisual, cultural and creative sector.
Topics: Art & Media in Social Change
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