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Film course for people with learning disabilitie

VOX, the Oxford based organisation supporting people with learning disabilities, has just launched a second production course with OFVM. The accredited course will take 5 people through production skills and end up with a completed short to be screened at the local Film Festival for film makers with disabilities planned for later in the year.



OFVM to support Oxdox

OFVM to offer infrastructure and technical support to this years Oxdox festival in October. The centre will also be hosting 3 pre festival events including evenings with top documentary makers working in conflict zones around Europe and the Middle East.


Reel One Kodak Presentation 3/2/05

A date for your diary! The next Reel One network evening will take place on Thursday February 3rd starting at 7.30pm (doors open 7.15pm). We will be having a presentation from Vic Godding of Kodak. Vic is their technical and training specialist for the UK. His role covers support for TV, Feature Film, Commercials / […] Read more



Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

All the staff and tutors at OFVM wish you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. OFVM will be closed from 23/12/04 and will re-open on 4/1/05 (limited opening during the week) Back in full swing from 10/1/04.


Reel One Network Event – Music Promo Production

MUSIC PROMO PRODUCTION Tuesday 14th December 2004. 7.30pm An evening not to be missed for anybody interested in making music videos. Carmen Montanez-Callan, Head of Music at Academy Films and Vez, freelance commissioner from Ninja Tune, are coming to share their insider experience of the industry. They will be answering questions and giving advice and […] Read more



Reel One Network Night. 10th November 2004

To kick off this season of exciting Reel One networking events we have David Nicholas Wilkinson from Guerilla Films (as in The Guerilla Film Makers handbook) . David Nicholas Wilkinson of Guerilla Films, distributes films in the UK, getting them in to cinemas, video shops, retail outlets and TV companies. With a unique background in […] Read more


Dance on Film

Friday 24th September 2004. 7.30pm Oxford Film & Video Makers, 54 Catherine Street, Oxford A great chance to see new work from local and regional choreographers and digital creators. With documentary, narrative and digital content, this screening and networking opportunity is invaluable for anyone interested in Dance and the Camera. As well as material produced […] Read more


Dance on Film

Friday 24th September 2004. 7.30pm Oxford Film & Video Makers, 54 Catherine Street, Oxford A great chance to see new work from local and regional choreographers and digital creators. With documentary, narrative and digital content, this screening and networking opportunity is invaluable for anyone interested in Dance and the Camera. As well as material produced […] Read more




THE ART OF FUNDING YOUR FILM

PERFECTING YOUR PITCH & MANIFESTING MONEY WORKSHOPS Monday 6th September 2004 at OFVM Join Carole Dean at OFVM in Oxford for these very popular Workshops: The Art of Funding Your Film and Perfecting Your Pitch. Carole will draw from her many years in the film industry as well as from her best-selling book, The Art […] Read more


Short Film Premiere at OFVM 23rd July

OFVM will be screening the premeiere of new short film Mr Right(Comedy/Drama) Written and Directed by Sharon Woodward of OFVM’s Management Committee and Produced by Richard Duriez OFVM’s Office Manager. Production Company “Mischief Pictures”. The Screening of Mr Right will take place 23rd July at 7.30pm. (some refreshments provided but bring a bottle if you […] Read more



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