Take One Action Film Festival Scottish Tour

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  • 3 February 2012
Take One Action Film Festival Scottish Tour

Even The Rain

The political film festival is set to travel around the country throughout February 2012

The Take One Action Film Festival - Scotland's biggest film festival dedicated to cinema with a political edge - is to tour Central and Northern Scotland throughout February.

Among the films scheduled to screen on the tour is Even the Rain, the Gael Garcia Bernal-starring drama written by Take One Action patron (and regular Ken Loach collaborator) Paul Laverty. Anthony Baxter's crowd-pleasing, tycoon-bashing doc You've Been Trumped is also on the bill, as is the hard-hitting Blood in the Mobile, exposing the effects of telecommunications industry exploitation in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. American eco-doc HomeGrown and climate change documentary There Once was an Island complete the programme.

The tour dates and locations are as follows:

Macrobert Centre, Stirling, Fri 17 Feb - Even The Rain
Ashfield Village Hall, Dunblane, Sat 18 Feb - There Once was an Island, Even The Rain
Macrobert Centre, Stirling, Mon 20 Feb - Homegrown
Rob Roy Visiter Centre, Callander, Tues 21 Feb - You’ve Been Trumped
Comrie Village Hall, Comrie, Wed 22 Feb - You’ve Been Trumped
Belmont Picturehouse, Aberdeen, Thur 23 Feb - Even The Rain
Woodend Barn, Banchory, Fri 24 Feb - Homegrown
Tullynessle & Forbes Hall, Alford, Sat 25 Feb - Blood In the Mobile
Eden Court, Inverness, Mon 27 Feb - Blood In the Mobile
The Little Theatre, Nairn, Tues 28 Feb - Even The Rain
The Old Brewery, Cromarty, Wed 29 Feb - Homegrown
Macphail Centre, Ullapool, Thurs 1 Mar - You’ve Been Trumped
An Lanntair, Stornaway, Lewis, Fri 2 Mar - You’ve Been Trumped
Duirnish Media Club, Dunvegan, Sat 3 Mar - There Once Was an Island, You’ve Been Trumped

Even The Rain (2011) - Official Trailer [HD]


Blood in the Mobile Official Trailer

Official Homegrown Trailer

There Once Was An Island Film Trailer

Take One Action Film Festival

A film festival with a political slant, founded on the belief that 'cinematic experiences can inspire lasting change' and offering a series of talks and programmes showing how films can be used to empower communities on an international stage.

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