Oska Bright – the world’s biggest learning disabilities film festival – broke records as well as boundaries, attracting more people than ever. Lisa Wolfe of arts body Carousel reports
Oska Bright, the world’s first and biggest showcase for film makers with learning disabilities, attracted record audiences to its eighth biennial at the end of 2017 in Hove, Sussex, with thousands more following the event through social media.
The festival is managed, programmed and . . .
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