If you’ve been following our blog, you’ll already know that ‘Dreaming Spools’ is a media project run by Oxford Podcasts to unearth and exhibit film footage of the city through time. We are now proud to announce the product of … Continue reading
The Dreaming Spools project has collected a large assortment of film footage over the course of the summer, which has had to be catalogued in our archive. We thought that we would give you a look into the depths of … Continue reading
“Oxfordians past and present are being summoned to the aid of a new film archive set up to unearth hidden treasures of Oxford’s history and excite curiosity about its singular, enduring relationship with the moving image. The University’s Educational Media … Continue reading
The editing process is underway for the Dreaming Spools series of podcasts that will soon be published on the University of Oxford podcasting channel. Keep an eye out.
If you’ve been following our blog you will know that William Lorton – great-nephew of Major James R. Savage, and owner of his film footage from his time at Mount Farm Airbase in Oxfordshire – has been involved in providing … Continue reading
In case you missed it on Sunday, Hannah spoke to Tom from Jack FM about the project for their ‘Sunday Roast’ programme. You can listen again here – Hannah’s chat with Tom is almost halfway through.
We will soon have the pleasure of interviewing Derrick Knight, filmmaker and secretary of Oxford University Film Society in the early 1950s. He worked with Guy L Coté, who became president of the Society, on many projects, and describes their … Continue reading
We’ve just launched our Instagram profile, which will keep you updated with pictures and short clips of some of the footage we’ve found in our Dreaming Spools research: http://instagram.com/dreamingspools – follow us for previews!
Today we spoke to Jack FM about our project, and you can hear the conversation on Sunday 17th August on their ‘Sunday Roast’ programme!
We’re excited to release this short insight into the project, with a few peeks at some of the shots of the footage we have collected so far: