To tour the UK in 2012 in a bespoke double decker bus showing learning disabled film to people with learning disabilities who are isolated through poverty, lack of transport or support.
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The Oska Bright Mobile Cinema will take short films from the Oska Bright Film Festival made by learning disabled people around the UK as a celebration of their lives and achievements and in support of the Cultural Olympiad. The bus will ensure a high profile for the cinema and the work of learning disabled film makers. Objectives ‚Ä¢To make it possible for learning disabled film makers to show their films. ‚Ä¢Develop new audiences, taking the festival to people who would not normally be able to visit cinemas. ‚Ä¢To screen short films made by people with a learning disability for audiences of people with a learning disability who have limited access to traditional venues. ‚Ä¢To ensure the mobile cinema reaches people in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. ‚Ä¢To screen a range of short films that are inspirational and relevant to the community of people with a learning disability. ‚Ä¢To encourage more people with a learning disability to make films about things that are important to them. ‚Ä¢To ensure that the mobile cinema has a high profile in the Olympic year and promotes the work of people with a learning disability. Outcomes ‚Ä¢We will deliver a minimum of 320 screenings of Oska Bright films across the UK ‚Ä¢We estimate, based on our research, that we will have 15,600 audience members ‚Ä¢We will work in partnership with 24 Local Authorities and Voluntary Organisations to deliver screening events ‚Ä¢We will partner at least 120 arts organisations and leisure activity clubs to develop and maximise audience attendance at Oska Bright Mobile Cinema events Routemaster bus ¬£178,000 Audio Visual Equipment ¬£10,000 Seats ¬£2,500 Staff costs and co-ordination ¬£190,000
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