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looking for local disabled Actors

As part of the Shadowlight Artists Project (shadowlightartists.org.uk), Film Oxford is again working with Russell Highsmith a hemiplegic writer with learning disabilities. We put on a play of his at the Cornerstone in Didcot last year using student actors. That play was the adaptation to the stage of a TV script he’d written. He is […] Read more



iCreative Media Stars – at Common People this weekend!

Don’t miss the iCreative live screens at the Uncommon Stage this year. Over the festival young media stars will be playing out visuals form the bands we love alongside stories from the Oxford music scene and from around the festival. Over the last 2 months film students from Cowley and Abingdon have been busy learning […] Read more


Shadowlight Artists new website

The Shadowlight Artists now have their own website shadowlightartists.org.uk/ The Shadowlight Artists are an award winning independent group of digital artists with learning disabilities based in Oxfordshire, supported by Film Oxford  




Summer Term 2018 Courses Now Booking

Book now for our Summer term course schedule! There’s something for everyone – from complete beginners wanting to get a first taste of filmmaking, to more experienced hobbyists and professionals seeking to expand their skillset. Click here to visit our Adult Training page, where you can find full details of all our courses and how […] Read more


Easter Story Lab – join our team of young digital creatives!

Film Oxford and the Story Museum are looking for young people (14+) with loads of ideas wanting to work alongside groundbreaking digital artists over Easter. We want you to come up with the ideas for the museum’s new interactive space. Explore projection, mobile platforms, animation, comic strip, sound, film, special effects – or whatever grabs you!. […] Read more


iCreative Common People – Now recruiting

Create news stories and run live screen visuals at this year’s festival! March – June 2018 iCreative Common People. Applications now open We are looking for creative people, between 15 – 24 years, interested in learning more about film, graphics, VJing and vision mixing for the local Uncommon Stage at this years ‘Common People’ music […] Read more



Ska’d by the Music – film screening

Ska’d by the music film Screening at Film Oxford on the 22nd March 2018 7.30pm-9.00pm. “Great new film which sheds light on the story of Symarip and the skinhead movement in the UK, very informative film, just when you think you know it all… well worth watching.” Reggae Film Archives Directed by Sharon Woodward, Tutor on […] Read more


Spring 2018 Courses Now Booking

Our Spring course schedule has been finalised and we’re now taking bookings! There’s something for everyone – from complete beginners wanting to take their first steps into filmmaking, to experienced industry professionals seeking to expand their skillset. Click here to visit our Adult Training page, where you can find full details of all our courses […] Read more


Film Oxford – looking for a new Chair of Trustees

Film Oxford is looking for a person with passion, ideas and business experience to head up its fantastic Board of Trustees – at a time of great opportunity for development. If this sounds like something that interests you, please see advert below for more information. Download job advert here. Deadline 28th February 2018


Pigeons over Paradise Square – iCreative film now on-line

If you missed the weekend installation at Modern Art Oxford you can now view the film here A multi projection installation by young creative talent on the latest Film Oxford and Fusion Arts iCreative programme. For more information about iCreative: http://icreativeox.xyz/ ‘Pigeons over Paradise Square’ is part of Oxford Christmas Lights Festival      


BFI Academy 2017 application date extended

Due to IT problems the application deadline for the BFI Film Academy at Film Oxford has been extended. The closing date is now Tuesday 10th October 2017. BFI Film Academy – for young aspiring filmmakers. Are you 16-19? Passionate about film? Want a career in the film industry? Film Oxford is looking for committed, talented […] Read more


Film Oxford – Cinema at Reading and Leeds 2017

It’s August bank holiday, it’s Reading and Leeds Music festivals, it’s time for another jamboree of shorts and features in the Film Oxford Cinema tents. The shows start after midnight in the BBC 1Xtra tents and feature shorts from around the world as well as top films from home grown talent – this year welcoming […] Read more


BFI Film Academy 2017 applications open

Applications for the BFI Film Academy at Film Oxford are now open. BFI Film Academy – for young aspiring filmmakers. Are you 16-19? Passionate about film? Want a career in the film industry? Film Oxford is looking for committed, talented young filmmakers and digital creatives between the age of 16 and 19 to be a […] Read more


FILM UNDER THE STARS – NEW DATES THIS SUMMER

After a bit of a damp start our summer FREE outdoor screenings now start with Moana (PG) at Sunnymead Park on Saturday 12th August  (9.00pm start). This will be followed by a return to Rose Hill Community Centre now on Friday 1st September with the latest ‘LEGO movie – Batman’ (U) – 8.30pm start. Then […] Read more


Autumn-Winter 2017 Courses Now Booking

Our Autumn-Winter course schedule has been finalised and we’re now taking bookings! There’s something for everyone – from complete beginners wanting to take their first steps into filmmaking, to experienced industry professionals seeking to expand their skillset. Click here to visit our Adult Training page, where you can find full details of all our courses […] Read more


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