A selection of the press from the 2017 festival.
The actor Timothy Spall will meet fans and answer questions from film buffs tomorrow, at the launch of the second Oxford International Film Festival.
Filmmaker Alicia Slimmer talks to Russ about her new film 'Creedmoria' which you can see as part of the Oxford International Film Festival next week.
An official selection of the 2017 Oxford International Film Festival, A Chick Flick is a short film that addresses a serious and sensitive moment with humor and originality. “A young woman is forced to reconnect with her hippie mother in order to euthanize their beloved pet chicken after it is mauled by a vicious coyote.”
Last weekend marked the annual bonanza of silver-screen goodness that is the Oxford International Film Festival. Despite being only in its second year, the festival offered an impressive mixture of features, shorts, and Q and A sessions.
This screening on the final day of 2017's Oxford International Film Festival starts with a selection of shorts, before the main feature One Note at a Time.
Filmmaker Alicia Slimmer talks to Russ about her film 'Creedmoria' which you can see as part of the Oxford International Film Festival next week. Listen to the interview to hear who inspires Alicia, what her family thinks of the film and what's she will be working on next.
The 2017 Oxford Film Festival opened on Friday night at the Phoenix Picturehouse with two short films and a feature-length film starring Timothy Spall, followed by a Q and A with Spall and his director Stephen Cookson.
he star of such classics as The King's Speech, Mr. Turner and, of course, Auf Wiedersehen, Pet, will speak to audience members at the Phoenix Picturehouse, in Walton Street, Jericho, ahead of a screening of his movie Stanley A Man of Variety – which he co-wrote and in which he plays all the main parts.