Oxford University Filmmaking Foundation
University of Oxford
We are the dedicated society which supports creative filmmaking at Oxford University by offering students funding, equipment and valuable advice through workshops and training. Through our social media, speaker events and student screenings, we offer a community of like-minded people who can collaborate and explore the art of filmmaking.
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.