Oska Bright on YouTube
Oska Bright, the film festival run by, and for, people with learning disabilities, took place earlier this month in Brighton, proving to be another outstanding success, with nearly 1,700 people attending over the course of two days. It's not over yet, either, because now Oska Bright is going on the road, beginning with a trip to Penzance in Cornwall during November, whilst in December Oska Bright will launch in Ireland with some screenings and a big party in Dublin. You can find out more about all upcoming Oska Bright activities on their website.
In the meantime, however, Oska Bright has joined the YouTube generation, displaying some of the festival's award-winning films on the popular video-sharing site. Click here to see the whole selection, whilst embedded below is one that caught the eye of the Ouch team. It's called I Saw a Girl, and it was made by Arty Party. It was the winner of the Best Overall Film category at the 2007 festival.
Here's looking forward to Oska Bright 2008, then ...