Windrush Caribbean Film Festival

Windrush Caribbean Film Festival

Organisation: Cinema Golau Project title: Windrush Caribbean Film Festival Short bio of your organisation:  Cinema Golau exists to support Black and Minority Ethnic filmmakers who are born or based in wales. We do this through cinema exhibition, industry events,  and one to one support for filmmakers and those working in the industry. Short synopsis of … More

Rianne Pictures – Women X

Inclusive Cinema spoke to Rianne Pictures founder Caris Rianne and team member  Sophie Duncan on their approach to implementing the toolkit Dismantling Structural Inequality in Your Cinema by Sadia Hameed. How did you hear about the toolkit? Caris: We came across it, I think it was around January time, and it was on my to … More


Founded in 2003 by Mona Rai and Paula Larkin, Document is one of Glasgow’s longest running homegrown film festivals, occupying a unique space in the Scottish festival landscape through its historical links with grassroots art and activist organisations, and through its commitment to stimulating programming that bridges cinema, visual cultures, politics and human rights.  The … More

Queer East Film Festival

Queer East is an LGBTQ+ film festival aiming to showcase rarely seen queer cinema both from and about East and Southeast Asia and amplify the voices of Asian communities in the UK. It has been over half a century since the decriminalisation of homosexuality in the UK but stereotyping, discrimination, and misrepresentation still exist. This … More

Northern Ireland Mental Health Arts Festival

NIMHAF is a festival highlighting mental health by showcasing arts events across Northern Ireland. With arts on offer from visual arts and photography, poetry and song to psychodrama, music, comedy and film, the festival promises to put transformation on the agenda across Northern Ireland.

Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival

The Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival (SMHAF) is one of Scotland’s most diverse cultural events, covering everything from music, film and visual art to theatre, dance, and literature. The annual festival will take place in venues across Scotland from 4-24 May 2020, aiming to support the arts and challenge preconceived ideas about mental health.