Witch Way was a 10 minute film created as part of a collaborative filmmaking project by the Open Set crew, an inclusive group of young people working with professional film makers from Jewson Film Productions. The short film featured an array of witches and ghosty figures set against the spooky backdrop of the woods.
The project gave young people the opportunity to experience a professional film shoot and participate in the various jobs in film production, and the script for the film arose from the very ideas that came out of the young peoples' brainstorming sessions.
The project was run by Fusion Arts in conjunction with the Parasol Project and was funded by the Department for Children, Schools and Families through the Youth Opportunity Fund/Youth Capital Fund and Chill Out Fund.
Fusion Arts work with artists, groups and communities from across Oxfordshire and beyond to support a variety of imaginative and socially engaged projects.
Long term project using interactive art strategies to develop speech and language in young children.
The Oxford Windrush Festival commences on Monday, June 19th 2023, with a week-long program of events that includes an exhibition, the Windrush…
It's a workshop collaboration project between Young Women Music Project, EMBS and Fusion Arts delivered six sessions, including LIVING ROOM STYLE…