Open Screen

OPEN SCREEN

Oxford’s ‘Open Mic’ Film Networking Night 

Open Screen (formerly ‘10:10’) is a friendly networking group that meets to watch and discuss short films. It runs at Film Oxford, 54 Catherine Street, OX4 3AH

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Next Open Screen at Film Oxford, 54 Catherine Street, OX4 3AH 7:30-9:30pm, Thursday 13th June 2019

Come along to screen your short films (including work in progress), show off your latest film kit, network, and see how films can create change.  This month we will start a new slot where scriptwriters can pitch their idea to the group for feedback and if they wish, ask if there is a crew willing to get involved.   The pitch can be simply for a concept or based on a draft script

Watch and discuss locally made films, meet other filmmakers – ranging from beginners to professionals – and hear about upcoming Film Oxford courses.

If you have videos you’d like to show, or a concept/script you’d like to pitch get in touch beforehand by emailing
camerazoeb@gmail.com

Films need to be under ten minutes (or show a clip from a longer film), and the filmmaker needs to come along – to tell us about the making of their film, and to ask and answer questions.

The evening is FREE – you can just turn up to watch. Please bring snacks or drinks to share.

CONTACT:

We’d like it if you RSVP here on our Meetup page (not compulsory).

Join our Facebook group here

Future Planned Dates

11th July 2019

12th September 2019

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