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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.

The Level Centre

31 October 2014

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tina and sarah at the level centre

The day after our event in Nottingham we travelled through the Derbyshire countryside to the Level Centre, Rowsley.  We have met people from The Level Centre before, but we’ve never visited where they are based. It was a cool building, a bit like a space age tin can.  We were running our film making workshop, which we’ve changed since we ran it last time. All the people who took part were lovely. Some of them are hoping to make some films for the 2015 festival and...

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Mission to Plymouth..

31 October 2014

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Jason and Will at the Funky Llama Club!

Oska Bright at The Funky Llama Club...it was colourful, it was loud, it was a nightclub.. the fish police played and they were very good! We screened some films and ran a VJ workshop.  The film screenings were a bit mixed, sometimes we had very few and sometimes a lot of people.   As part of our screening they played the feature film Mission to Lars… It was a very emotional film, I thought it was good.  I know it’s real life but I usually tend to like those stories...

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Oska Bright Film Festival hits the road again

23 October 2014

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Sarah and Tina at the Nottingham Broadway Cinema

This was our very first tour event 2014! We showed music videos and some dreamy films about people to the friendly audience at the Nottingham Broadway Cinema. The films looked absolutely fantastic in the new cinema package that we put together. We met Isabel from Salamanda Tandem, she was really interested in working with us.  We also met Jill from Pulp Friction smoothie bar - she runs a pedal powered cinema, and she might like to hire some of our films. Some of the audience said...

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