Document Film Festival 2017
Thu 19 October — Sun 22 October 2017
Celebrating fifteen years this October, Document is Scotland's longest-running human rights film festival. This year we return with another interrogative programme of screenings, discussions, workshops and events. Travelling from a Siberian psychoneurological unit to the sewers of Baltimore, Document examines a broad spectrum of human rights issues, tackling gender equality, the refugee crisis, censorship and global capitalism.
As we find ourselves in an unimaginable present, it is more important than ever to confront the reality of our riven world. By making a space for an alternative to the mainstream narratives which dominate our culture, we can imagine a different future.
Tickets to feature-length films are £4 (£3) + £1 booking fee, with free tickets available from refugees, asylum seekers, OAPs, and those on income support. All workshops, panel discussions, and short film screenings are free.
Part of Document Festival 2017