Film Oxford Production Group is for anyone who wants to be part of actually making a film. You can come in at any point in the process from the idea through to the final editing. Whilst the film production group offers the opportunity to get involved in hands-on production, you will still need some filmmaking skills to take part. See Film Oxford programme of training courses here.
We meet bi-monthly, alternating with Digital Creatives, on the 3rd Thursday of the month.
Next Meeting: Thursday 19th May at 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Andy Carslaw is an award winning independent film-maker, passionate about film-making and film-music. He is a director, composer, editor and producer and I’ve asked him if he will come and share some of his experience. check out his website: www.fernyfilms.co.uk
a) Bring a clip from something you’ve filmed – in any state of production
Please email Susie to let us know you would like to screen a film – firstname.lastname@example.org (put “Production Group” in subject line). We can show clips up to 10 mins.
b) Bring a clip of an interesting film for discussion.
c) Pitch an idea for a film you want to make and get feedback.
d) Ask for specific help in making your film: camera, sound, editing, local advice etc
We also plan to invite speakers on occasion.
We’d like it if you RSVP on our Meet-up page (not compulsory):