Palestinian-American dancers in Brooklyn maintain vibrant connection to their homeland through dabke, a traditional Levantine folk dance. A joyful, electric celebration of Palestinian heritage shot on 16mm.
Online screening of a new documentary investigating the question: how do the roots of change grow?
A special programme of short films that celebrate bodies as sites of reclamation and dissent.
Edinburgh screening of a documentary investigating the question: how do the roots of change grow?
Glasgow screening of a documentary investigating the question: how do the roots of change grow?
Aberdeen screening of a documentary investigating the question: how do the roots of change grow?
Inverness screening of a documentary investigating the question: how do the roots of change grow?
Kapaemahu reveals the healing power of four mysterious stones on Waikiki Beach – and the legendary non-binary spirits within them.
A punchy voyage into the world of a virtual queer dance party, capturing the moments of joy and connection that withstand isolation.
How do the roots of change grow?
Join us for a free selection of short films exploring borders, in-betweens and new beginnings – curated for Refugee Festival Scotland 2021.
A powerful examination of the 1995 Chicago record-breaking heat wave that resulted in over 700 deaths, and a look at the people most affected by natural disasters and the politics involved.
A celebration of the fruits of the indigenous food sovereignty movement and the Native American changemakers reclaiming their identities after centuries of physical and cultural genocide.
This documentary-drama hybrid explores the dangerous human impact of social networking, with tech experts sounding the alarm on their own creations.
Meet the millennials fighting back against unpaid work.
Go behind the scenes as four determined women — including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — challenge big-money politicians in the 2018 race for Congress.
Join writer and programmer Harvey Dimond live at 20:30 on Wednesday 23rd September in conversation with the film’s director, Elegance Bratton.
An intimate and empathetic portrait of the queer youth of colour experiencing homelessness on Christopher St Pier in NYC.