A living forest or a green desert? Tomorrow’s landscape will be defined by the choices we make today.
Does God exist? What happens when we die?
As American forces and aid leave Afghanistan, Afghan- American filmmaker Sedika Mojadidi crafts an intimate portrait of two awe-inspiring women: Nilofar, a member of parliament, and Shakila, a television journalist.
In their follow-up to Manufactured Landscapes and Watermark (TOAFF14), photographer Edward Burtynsky and his artistic collaborators Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de pencier offer a cinematic meditation on the way human activity has reshaped the Earth.
In a cinematic letter to his son, native Rapa Nui (Easter Island) filmmaker Sergio Mata’u Rapu crafts a global wake-up call from the remote Pacific.
What does modern-day slavery look like, and are we complicit in perpetuating it?
This extraordinary portrait of politician Margot Wallström was shot over her first four years in office as Sweden’s Minister for Foreign Affairs.
Food production has increasingly become huge business for a handful of giant corporations. How do we re-prioritise workers’ rights, animal welfare and environmental sustainability?
Scottish teenager Gemma has never backed down from a fight: that’s the way of life in the housing estate where she grew up, in Motherwell.
Through the remarkable stories of three individuals at the epicentre of Sierra Leone’s recent Ebola epidemic, Survivors chronicles the unfolding of one of the most acute public health crises of the modern era.
This urgent documentary chronicles the rise of the #FeesMustFall student movement which ignited into one of South Africa’s most militant national revolts.
Landlords without faces, apartments without renters… Housing prices are skyrocketing in cities across the world, but incomes are not – pushing long-term residents out. So how can we push back?
Join us in Lochgilphead for a one-off screening of TOAFF19 favourite, Scheme Birds, with the Screen Machine!
We are thrilled to be presenting our first screening with the Screen Machine! The screening with be introduced and followed by conversation with TOA board member and Gigha resident Ellie Logan.
We are delighted to be supporting this screening of Tomorrow as part of Falkirk Climate Week!
Scotland’s annual Climate Week aims to be a stimulating week of exploration, innovation, and exciting events!
We are delighted to be supporting this screening of Bikes vs Cars as part of Falkirk’s Climate Week! Come along and enjoy a delicious vegetarian buffet before the film, freshly prepared by Forth Environment Link.
Photographer Edward Burtynsky and his artistic collaborators Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de pencier offer a cinematic meditation on the way human activity has reshaped the Earth.