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We are the Oska Bright steering committee and in this blog you will find about our experience of taking our film festival across the UK and abroad. Go to the dao directory for a link to the Oska Bright website. You can also read about the next Festival, which takes place in 2013, and find details of how to enter your own film.

Inverness at Eden Court Cinema and Theatre

16 May 2008

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Andy and Matthew sitting on the ground under a film still from The Royal Bite at Eden Court Cinema in Inverness

By Andy Kee and Matthew Hellett Andy and Matthew sitting on the ground under a film still from The Royal Bite at Eden Court Cinema in Inverness After our work at Glasgow had ended, we drove up to Inverness. We were based at Eden Court Cinema and Theatre in the centre of Inverness by the river. This new venue was superb. There was a great size cinema and the staff were really helpful. This helped put us at our ease to deliver great screenings. 110 people from across the Highlands came to see the...

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Glasgow Film Theatre

14 May 2008

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Andy Kee and Matthew Hellett standing outside Glasgow Film Theatre

By Andy Kee and Matthew Hellett We showed the Oska Bright films at the Glasgow Film Theatre – a very old cinema built in the 1930’s. People came to see the Oska Bright screenings over 2 days. They were very enthusiastic and we sold lots of Oska Bright T-shirts and key rings. On our last day we ran a Master Class at Project Ability. 12 people took part in the workshop. We showed them how to make a short film for Oska Bright. The film they made was about “Dr Jones”. Quite...

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Lancaster Screening at Beaumont College

2 May 2008

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Oska Bright Masterclass participants with June Hall and Stephen Firshman

By June Hall and Stephen Firshman The drive to Lancaster took a long time, when we got there we went to our hotel and met Jenny from Beaumont College for dinner. The next day we showed our films to over 260 people at Beaumont College and then showed them again in the evening to lots of visitors from organisations in Lancaster. June worked with Luke from Junk TV to make a film of what people thought of the films and Stephen worked on introducing the films. The next day we ran the Oska Bright...

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