The Take One Action Film Festival 2020 takes place online from 16-27 September and can be accessed by anyone across the UK.
The full programme for this year’s Festival is now live!
Through a resolutely global lens, the films and events in the line-up celebrate community, conversation and connection. They have streamlined their 12-day programme to focus on one feature film every night, each followed by an online conversation with filmmakers and campaigners from around the globe.
These are complemented by specially curated programmes of short films, interactive workshops and events. All films will be accessible to anyone in the UK, offered on a “pay what you can” basis, and captioned for D/deaf and hard-of-hearing audiences.
From freedom of the press to prison reform, from labour rights in the garment industry to indigenous rights and climate justice, the programme offers a much-needed opportunity to connect with some of our planets most pressing issues – and to (re-)connect with our power to be the change.
Join online from 16-27 September for the 13th edition of the UK’s leading global change film festival!
Take a seat. Take a stand.
What is Take One Action?
Take One Action nurtures communal exploration of the stories, ideas and questions at the heart of positive social change. Through film screenings, conversation and enquiry, they bring people together to inspire a fairer, more sustainable and more fulfilling world, in Scotland and beyond our borders.
Established in 2008, Take One Action are an Edinburgh-based, independent charity founded by film lovers, cultural activists and globally concerned citizens who believe that shared cinematic experience can catalyse lasting change. Their annual programme of activities welcomes upwards of 5,000 audience members each year and includes a 12-day festival in Edinburgh & Glasgow, two weekend festivals in Aberdeen & Inverness, a network of local film clubs and a series of individual screenings, talks and training opportunities.