Climate change is bringing more storms and flooding, affecting so many of the things that we love. This beautiful animation from the Climate Coalition shows the very real effect that rising temperatures are having on our world.
Sammy the Snowman has met lots of new friends this winter—but he knows they’re not supposed to be awake until spring! A touching animation that shows the real effect climate change is having on our seasons.
We are so excited to be launching a brand new resource for all you film lovers and changemakers. The new Take One Action Global Change Film Directory provides instant access to hundreds of brilliant films exploring global change from a wide range of key social and environmental justice perspectives, from women’s empowerment to climate change, from the […]
A poet, soldier, songwriter, folklorist and cultural activist, Hamish Henderson played a leading role in Scotland’s folk revival.
A round-the-world trip to find the ingredients for one can of pasta, stopping off in the lives of the workers and their dreams along the journey.
The leader of the Pink Gang, a group of young Indian women who are combating violence against women, brings her own brand of justice to the streets of Uttar Pradesh
Document Film Festival returns to Glasgow from the 19-22 October with four days of exceptional international cinema, thought provoking talks and engaging workshops. Now in its 15th year Document is a nexus for marginalised voices and a platform and amplifier for points of view struggling to find voice. Check out our top picks of the festival […]
Join us after the film as we explore the push towards “decent work” and some of the many international solidarity initiatives challenging systemic inequalities in Qatar and beyond. Guests include Francis Stuart (Oxfam). Please book via Filmhouse
Edinburgh Methodist Church, Edinburgh
Open borders – it’s a phrase that’s being increasingly used by some on the left and attacked by many on the right, but what does it actually mean? How would open borders actually work and what would be the result? Is it a realistic demand? What do we have to do for open borders to […]
Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow
Join us after the film as we explore the push towards “decent work” and some of the many international solidarity initiatives challenging systemic inequalities in Qatar and beyond. Guests include Suzanne Crimin (Oxfam).
The Edinburgh International Book Festival returns to the city centre this month from the 12-28 August, bringing around 1000 authors to take part in over 800 events, including novelists, poets, scientists, philosophers, sportsmen, illustrators, comic creators, historians, musicians, biographers, environmentalists, economists, Nobel and Booker prize-winners and many more besides. With so many events to choose […]
Screened as part of TOAFF17
Can a peace 52 years in the making last? A unique look at the peace process in Colombia between the Colombian government and the FARC in 2012