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Zodiac Screening Sunday 15th Feb 2004

More than 120 people turned up to last Sundays screening and the latest from courses and productions. Check out ‘Screen’ on Oxford Channel next week where the best of the programme will be shown. See also the Gallery page for a few pictures


Zodiac Screening Sunday 15th Feb 2004

More than 120 people turned up to last Sundays screening and the latest from courses and productions. Check out ‘Screen’ on Oxford Channel next week where the best of the programme will be shown. See also the Gallery page for a few pictures




‘Reel One’ packed to the rafters

Over 80 people turned up to Nick and Chris Lunch’s talk on the ‘Participatory Video Revolution'(Dec 2nd). They showed clips of their work in Oxford and Turkmanistan and talked about how the experience had changed peoples lives. “Its about raising awareness, empowerment and creating dialogue for change” said Nick who has just set up the […] Read more


Canon Camera donated by the Co Op.

A big thank you to the Oxford Swindon and Gloucester Co Op for the donation of a Canon mini DV camera. This is a real boost to our training and production resource. Karen Webb, Co Op’s Corporate Marketing Manager said “Its just great to know that the camera has found a good home and will […] Read more


OFVM feature in Camcorder User

Beg, steal or borrow Novembers issue of Camcorder User to read the feature about OFVM film maker Jim Eaton Terry. He was on Jim’s Shooting Video course in January and talks about putting together the course production ‘Scary Toys from Hell V’. Its a great piece and good shout for us in a national magazine.(Education,Education,Education. […] Read more


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