The Oska Bright Film Festival is the leading international festival of films made by, or featuring, people with learning disabilities. It is produced, managed and presented by a learning disabled team.
Now in its eighth edition, Oska Bright runs over three days, shows 100+ films from around the world and welcomes 3,000 or so people. Last festival Andrea Arnold OBE, multi-award winning film director, was amongst the great and good handing out the awards.
The festival is programmed, managed and delivered by a team of learning disabled film enthusiasts led by Festival Director, Becky Bruzas, and Programme Manager, Matthew Hellett. This year’s festival includes a new Young People’s Day in conjunction with Arts Awards.
Submissions for Oska Bright 2017 have now closed.
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Oska Bright Film Festival 2015
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films, from comedy to visual art
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In 2015 the Oska Bright Film Festival celebrated it’s seventh edition, welcoming more than 2900 people through the doors over three days. Festival-goers were treated to short films and videos, live bands, virtual reality, digital art, an awards ceremony and, for the first time ever, a feature film.
At the Brighton & Hove Business Awards 2016, Oska Bright picked up the award for Best Event in the City.
Oska Bright Film Festival Production Team
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Bottom row (lr)