Oska Bright On The Road - Australian films
Matthew and Stephen are just back from working in South Australia with Tutti Arts for six weeks. They say they had a great time supporting people to make new films, and showing films from the Oska Bright Archives. They trained 49 people with a learning disability and their support teams to make films, creating 7 new films as part of this training. You can see the films they made...
See the films we made with people in Australia!
Go to the uScreen website here: http://uscreen.co.uk/films/ You can see all 7 of the films we made with artists from Tutti Arts, Restless Dance Theatre, No Strings Attached Theatre, Barossa Leisure Options and the Superstars in Clare. You’ll need to sign up to the website before you can see them - but its worth it!
Tutti artist Trisha tells us what she thought about participating on the Oska Bright film making residency.
Matthew and Stephen arrive back at Heathrow after their long flight from Adelaide. Here they look back at their adventure.
At Singapore Airport
After our emotional goodbyes in Adelaide, and a very enjoyable party where we danced to Michael Jackson music and Samba AT THE SAME TIME! And Stephen remarkably did at least 60 forward rolls on the dance floor - we are here in Shanghai Airport. We are browsing in shops, buying Duty Frees and the Tim Tams we forgot to get in Australia. We are about to go for a bite to eat. It has been an...
Oska Bright On The Road – Reel 2 Reel residency...
Tuesday 5th April until Friday 8th April 2011 By Matthew Hellett We’ve had an enjoyable week with a lively and enthusiastic group of young people. They had loads of ideas and loads of energy – we had to keep thinking of lots of new ideas to keep them all busy – we are exhausted now! They chose to make a film that was a trailer for a longer action film – called “The Legend of the K9 Hero”....