Oska Bright Film Festival is showing the films from its 2011 festival on ‘The Space’ website. Its a fantastic opportunity to watch these films, including our very own ‘Let Me In’.
Let us know which Oska Bright Film you like the best, click on the title of this post to open it and then click here to watch the films
Arty Party performer Mervyn Bradley, performance director Ray Jacobs and creative advocate Richard Edwards will be sharing some of Arty Party’s works and working methods at the Conquering Public Spaces Festival in Prague, from the 9th to the 13th of November.
We hope that as well as enjoying the animation ‘Let Me In’ , festival participants will gain insight and inspiration from our workshop which is about creating an open space where themes, stories and expression can flow out from a group during improvisation based workshops.
In the festivals own words
‘ Over twenty organisations from all over Europe will present themselves at the conference , organisations that are living proof of the fact that people with learning disabilities can and do create music, radio, films, documentaries, visual art, theatre and dance performance at a professional level. The conference will be about best practise in creative work with people with learning disabilities.
More details about this exciting conference can be found on www.inventura.org
‘Let me in’ ,the fantastic animation you can view at the bottom of our homepage, has been shown to audiences in Wolverhampton, Oxford and Texas USA this month.
The animation was received with much laughter and applause at , The Flip festival , Wolverhampton, The Flash Forward festival in Oxford and at Cinema Touching Disability in Austin, Texas. In Texas the animation was awarded third prize in the short film category, well done all members of Arty Party that worked so hard to create this animation and special thanks to Neil Webber who made such a fantastic job of bringing all the ideas, experiances and drawings to life.