A group of tree planters share how their emotional renewal is connected with that of the land.
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 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.
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.
Against the backdrop of the climate emergency, this gorgeous exploration of indigenous worldview and wisdom draws on ancient animistic beliefs and shamanic rituals in Mongolia and Siberia.
A celebration of Indigenous knowledge and a gentle, affectionate portrait of an extraordinary soul.
Join Transition Stirling for a free online screening and discussion of Fractured Land.
Join us for Alanis Obomsawin’s 50th feature film OUR PEOPLE WILL BE HEALED and a discussion about the role of education in dreams of the future. Presented in collaboration with Femspectives.
Alanis Obomsawin’s 50th film delves deep into the power and possibilities of education, providing a glimpse into how a Cree community in Manitoba is actively decolonizing their curriculum and school practices.
Visually stunning portrait of two Inuit youth grappling with their future as their communities face the challenges of (neo)colonialism and climate change.
Wed 17 June | 7 pm (for 7.05 pm film start) | Netflix Viewing Party & Tweet-Along Thu 18 June | 8.05 pm | Zoom video chat How to participate: […]
A documentary that spotlights the struggle of minority communities in Nova Scotia as they fight officials over the lethal effects of industrial waste.
An insight into anti-abortion campaigners.
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.
The screening will be followed by a conversation with Extinction Rebellion, led by Director of TOA Tamara Van Strijthem, exploring how Scotland can respond to the climate crisis.
Landlords without faces, apartments without renters… Housing prices are skyrocketing in cities across the world, but incomes are not – pushing long-term residents out.
Join our Locals group in Ullapool for their first screening!