Oska Bright Film Festival 2013

Written by Lisa Wolfe on . Posted in Festivals


Festival: The Corn Exchange, Brighton Dome

Sunday 17 – Tuesday 19 November 2013

The 6th international festival of short films made by people with learning disabilities is ready to roll.

Oska Bright is unique. It is the first and only festival managed and promoted by learning disabled artists as a showcase for their creativity and skill as film-makers. Submitted films are selected by a panel and there is a variety of categories for which awards are offered.  There are networking opportunities over the three day event, projections onto the outside of the venue and it culminates in a lively awards ceremony.


Through its touring and training projects, Oska Bright has a huge audience and its films are winning awards in international festivals. Since the last festival, over 28,000 people worldwide have seen an Oska Bright film and now, with more digital media accessible to people with learning disabilities, its international reach is extending further.

Come see a different view of the world. Watch great animation, documentary, drama and video art at the three day event.

The website www.oskabright.co.uk has full information on how to book tickets, and the festival schedule. Or you can call Carousel, the arts charity that supports Oska Bright, on 44 (0) 1273 234 734