Festival updates

Hello everyone! We hope you are all well and that your 2021 is getting off to a good start! We appreciate everyone is living life online right now so we have tried not to bombard everyone with lots of updates or newsletters, keeping in mind how saturated we all are with emails and online meetings. … More Festival updates

OXISFF Awards 2020

And we’re done (for now)! OXISFF 2020 was completely different to how we were planning to run, we tried to make the most out of a difficult situation. Before I launch into who won what, I would like to say a few thank-you’s. Firstly a “MASSIVE” thank you to the team and also all of … More OXISFF Awards 2020

Comedy and Kooky

Phew! So here we are in our final week, “week eleven”. It’s been an unbelievable ride, but like all good things… The tone of last week’s Thrillers/Crime Doesn’t Pay block was starting to lighten up by the end of the block, just in time for some comedy and kooky films! Next stop – The Awards! … More Comedy and Kooky


This week is best described as ‘emotional’ and one of our favourites. We appreciate this might not be the easiest block to watch, but for those of you willing to let your guard down – you will be rewarded with some absolutely beautiful films. Grab the tissues… Buy tickets to watch these films at The … More Loss

International Drama

Following on from our two shortest blocks (Microshorts and Children’s Films), we now and go the other way and return with the longest block of the festival. We hope you don’t mind reading subtitles, we wouldn’t want you to miss out on any of these amazing entries! … More International Drama

Childrens Films

Our original intention was to hold a free Children’s Festival the day after our main festival in March. Sadly we were unable to run, but to make up for this fact – we now plan to showcase this particular block of films online – for free! All you need to do is sign-up and get … More Childrens Films


Welcome to week 6, our Microshorts blocks which are a collection of 20 short films mostly under five minutes which are often experimental, musical or animated. The block runs for approximately 1 hour 45 minutes. See our trailer below: If you haven’t already get your online festival tickets here! Where Were You? (UK, dir. Dan … More Microshorts