Who we are and what we do


Camcorder Guerrillas is a Glasgow community-based, voluntary collective of professional filmmakers, artists and activists, working together to make and showcase documentaries for those concerned with human rights, welfare and social justice initiatives.

Our films aim to start or contribute to campaigns. We see ourselves as part of a global movement that is working towards social justice in our society. We produce films that are made in collaboration with, and used by, minority or disadvantaged communities and those working with them. We have a network of members and collaborators who support our aims.

The Collective has made over 20 films since we formed in January 2003.

These films cover local grassroots and human rights issues and have been used for campaigning and awareness raising. You can see our films on the left column or at Camcorder Guerrillas Vimeo channel

We developed a new training course in 2012 aimed at equipping community and campaign groups to make their own campaign films. This ran again in 2013.  Find out more in  2013 Training

Screenings and events
We hold screenings and events in CCA and other venues throughout Glasgow and Scotland. We screen local and independent films on social justice issues as well as our own recent work. Get in touch if you would like to arrange a screening.

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