‘Reel Stories’ Free Film Course for Women

‘Fewer than 1% of films have crews that are 50% female’

(BFI ‘Women in UK Feature Film 1911-2017’)

Film Oxford has secured an ESF Community grant to run a FREE 5 day film production course to support more women into the Film & TV Industry (all ages over 18). Particularly aimed at women in part-time or temporary work or not in employment – living in and around Oxfordshire.

You will work alongside Oxford filmmakers Nicola Josse & Zoe Broughton to plan, shoot and edit a short 3 minute documentary showcasing inspirational women in Oxford.

The films will be screened as part of Oxford International Women’s Festival 2019

Course Times & Dates:

Monday 11th to Friday 15th February

9.30am – 4.00pm at

Film Oxford, 54 Catherine Street, Oxford.

This beginner’s course is particularly suited to those who are looking to work in the creative industries or who want to incorporate film into their current work. Over the five days you will cover shot types and movements, cinematography, lighting, sound recording and post production. There will also be a session on career paths and further training opportunities. Priority will be given to those living in and around Oxfordshire.

To apply please go to the application form and tell us a little more about how this course could help you. If you need support completing your application then please call Nicola on 01865 792731 and we can take your application over the phone. Please contact us if you require any additional support to access the course as funds may be available for travel, childcare or other individual needs. Deadline for applications Tuesday 15th January 2019.

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    Tel: 01865 792731 Email: office@filmoxford.org

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