Tomorrow
Thursday 15 August 2019, 8:00am
The Phoenix Cinema, Kirkwall

Join our most northernly Locals group in Orkney for their first screening as part of the Orkney Science Festival! The group will be presenting 6 films over the next 12 months exploring a range of topics from food sustainability to climate justice, women’s empowerment to global democracy.

Take One Action Orkney

Take One Action Orkney are our most northernly Locals group, a team of film lovers from the Orkney isles who are bringing 6 inspiring films to venues and events over the next 12  months.

This Changes Everything
Wednesday 9 October 2019, 5:30pm
University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh

Join the Department for Social Responsibility and Sustainability at the University of Edinburgh for the first screening of their Conscious Cinema strand of events – This Changes Everything. Presented in partnership with TOA Locals

Take One Action Local – Andalus: Community cinema with a difference!
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In September, the Andalus Centre in Glasgow became a Take One Action Local group, supported by the Andalus Climate Challenge Fund, with the aim of bringing environmentally and socially concerned cinema to its community. Here their Project Manager, Kawther Luay reflects on the impact the film group had on the members at Andalus… During the second year […]

Radical Grace
Sunday 20 November 2016, 1:45pm
Eden Court Theatre and Cinema, Inverness

Join us after the film for inspiring conversations on feminism and social justice, with guests including representatives from Justice and Peace Scotland. Screening with the short film:   Gratitude Please book via Eden Court box office

Bikes vs Cars
Fredrik Gertten | 2015
Sweden | 90 min | 12+ years | English, Portuguese, Swedish with English subtitles

Screened as part of TOAFF15

The bicycle, an amazing tool for change. Activists and cities all over the world are moving towards a new system.

The Age of Stupid
Franny Armstrong | 2009
United Kingdom | 92 min | English, French with English subtitles

A man living in 2055 looks back at old footage from our time and asks: why didn’t we stop climate change when we had the chance?