All Oxford Films articles – Page 6

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    Oxford Film broadens documentary scope.

    2003-07-08T11:10:56Z

    Indie Oxford Film & Television, producer of Channel 4's critically acclaimed Hello Culture series, has appointed a head of documentaries to drive production of observational and access-driven programmes, writes Leigh Holmwood.

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    Oxford Film broadens documentary scope

    2003-07-03T15:35:34Z

    Indie Oxford Film & Television, producer of Channel 4's critically acclaimed Hello Culture series, has appointed a head of documentaries to drive production of observational and access-driven programmes, writes Leigh Holmwood

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    Fresh orders from BBC4.

    2003-03-07T16:06:48Z

    BBC4 controller Roly Keating has unveiled a swathe of new commissions, including a documentary series on the National Trust, writes Jon Rogers.

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    Keating unveils new BBC4 raft

    2003-03-03T15:47:39Z

    BBC4 controller Roly Keating has unveiled a raft of new commissions, including a documentary series on the National Trust, which will follow the behind the scenes activities of the organisation, writes Jon Rogers

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    News analysis - Dramatic licence.

    2003-02-17T10:54:36Z

    Channel 4 is looking for a new drama chief - but he or she faces one of the most demanding jobs in British TV.

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    C4 HIRES ASIAN RUNNERS.

    2002-12-20T12:39:14Z

    Channel 4 managing editor, commissioning Janey Walker has put up #30,000 to pay for a handful

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    Channel 4 helps Asian runners

    2002-12-17T08:47:42Z

    Channel 4 managing editor, commissioning Janey Walker has put up£30,000 to pay for a handful of trainee staff from Asian backgrounds to work on a forthcoming drama commission from Oxford Film and Television, writes Penny Hughes.

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    Oxford goes to India for drama.

    2002-11-26T12:37:21Z

    Factual Indie Oxford Film & Television is moving into TV drama after securing a two-part series

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    Oxford goes to India for drama

    2002-11-20T14:01:57Z

    Factual indie Oxford Film & Television is moving into TV drama after securing a two-part series for Channel 4, writes Penny Hughes

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    C4 moves from 'fact to fiction'.

    2002-10-18T13:07:33Z

    Channel 4 chief executive Mark Thompson has taken further steps towards reinventing the channel, shifting its

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    Thompson announces C4 programming budget hike

    2002-10-15T14:14:16Z

    Channel 4 chief executive Mark Thompson today announced a 5 per cent increase in the channel's programming budget from£410m to£430m for 2003, writes Penny Hughes

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    News analysis - The right balance.

    2002-09-26T16:45:05Z

    BBC 3's approval comes with a ground-breaking condition: a commitment to indies over programming hours and budget spend. Will the BBC now be under pressure to extend this commitment to other channels?

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    BBC TO CELEBRATE LIFE OF ATTENBOROUGH.

    2002-07-19T11:38:05Z

    The BBC is to screen a special programme marking the golden anniversary of David Attenborough's television career as part of a raft of new specialist factual programmes paid for by a doubling in investment in the genre over the next three years, writes Le

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    BBC to celebrate life of Attenborough

    2002-07-17T17:08:52Z

    The BBC is to screen a special programme marking the golden anniversary of David Attenborough's television career as part of a raft of new specialist factual programmes paid for by a doubling in investment in the genre over the next three years, writes Leigh Holmwood

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    INTERVIEW: TIM GARDAM - An intellect to innovate at C4

    2001-08-17T00:00:00Z

    Shy, gauche and anonymous are not the attributes you would expect from a Channel 4 director of programmes. But Tim Gardam's highbrow conversation, peppered with polysyllables and awkward aphorisms, is less

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    OXFORD NABS CAHUSAC.

    2001-01-19T00:00:00Z

    Oxford Film & Television has appointed Emma Cahusac as the company's new head of development and executive producer for special projects. Cahusac will work alongside company directors Nicolas Kent and Vanessa

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    C4 to delve into culture

    2000-10-19T11:45:00Z

    Oxford Film and Television to produce cultural analysis