How do we produce food in a way that makes a positive contribution to both the health of communities and the natural environment? Join us for a panel discussion on the question of food sovereignty in Scotland, presented in partnership with Enough!
Join us for a special programme for Primary Schools featuring the best new short films from around the world, which spotlight issues of power, conflict, gender equality, access to education, food and the environment.
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.
What does modern-day slavery look like, and are we complicit in perpetuating it?
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?
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?
We are delighted to be supporting this screening of Tomorrow as part of Falkirk Climate Week!
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.
We are thrilled to be taking part at WOW – What Now? Perth to celebrate women and girls whilst taking a frank look at the challenges we all still face in the movement towards gender equality.
We are thrilled to be presenting our first ever London screening at Bertha DocHouse this October! Join us at this wonderful documentary cinema for Push, and stay with us in conversation after the film as we explore how we can push back against the causes of the housing crisis.
Join Transition Black Isle and the Muir of Rod Cinema for their third screening. The film will be preceded by a clothes swap so come along early!
Join Transition Black Isle and the Muir of Ord cinema for the second of their Locals screenings with Growing Cities
Festival of the Future, the University of Dundee’s flagship festival, celebrates how science, art and culture can inspire in equal measure, and how creative collaborations can help change our lives for the better.
Join our Locals group at Greener Melrose for their screening of The Age of Stupid, held in collaboration with Greener Yetholm
Join us for a special programme of the best new short films from around the world, which spotlight issues of power, conflict, gender equality, access to education, food and the environment.
Imagine if we built an economic system built on abundance rather than scarcity. Taking advantage of the latest digital tools, computational power, material science, biomimicry and a somewhat older idea – the commons – this new system could have the power to transform how we live and work. System Reset is a feature-length documentary which […]