The Oxford University Filmmaking Foundation (formerly Oxford Broadcasting Association) is Oxford's filmmaking society. It exists to support and promote filmmaking at Oxford University. We produce and advise productions, offering financial support and equipment rentals. To apply for support email email@example.com with a bid. We also provide a platform for showcasing student-made films at our termly screenings and host talks, workshops and other film-related events throughout the year.
The OUFF was established in 1981 as the Oxford University Film Foundation by Michael Hoffman, now a prolific film director best known for The Last Station and A Midsummer Night's Dream. OUFF's first production Privileged was scored by Oscar-winning composer Rachel Portman and starred Hugh Grant, Imogen Stubbs, and Mark Williams.
Today we continue the work of nurturing Oxford's film talent.
We also run the Oxford Film Hub which allows you to network with other student filmmakers.