14 March 2013

Posted by Tim Fleming

Thriving Families - Oxfordshire

A commission from Oxfordshire County Council to make a new documentary film recording the Oxfordshire Thriving Families programme over the course of its first year. Our film will tell the story of the programme as it develops - following families and characters on their journey. We will also follow the development of staff. Our crew will be shooting at key moments over the coming year commencing this April, 2013.


12 November 2012

Posted by Tim Fleming

Cumbria's Promise

Our film, "Cumbria's Promise" commissioned by Cumbria County Council is online. You can view it on our website or on the Cumbria County Council website. Where is Cumbria's Promise? Why not watch the film to find out - it lasts 20 minutes. Enjoy.


04 April 2013

Posted by Tim Fleming

Shooting continues

Our next shoot is coming up in May in London and is for the KEEP parenting programme documentary.


22 June 2012

Posted by Tim Fleming

Charcoal Burner's Story film is online

The story of Owen Jones, Charcoal Burner and oak swill basket maker, filmed in Stony Hazel woods in the depths of winter is now online - 13 mins


07 June 2012

Posted by Tim Fleming

Put out the flags - you got an award!

Whitewood and Fleming is an Arts Award Centre and we have three Arts Award Advisors in our team. The Arts Award is a great way for young people to focus on their personal arts journey and to gain accreditation alongside taking part in projects.


22 May 2012

Posted by Phil Powell

Interactive CVs

This summer we have been making short films with young people from Hawthwaite Lane residential setting about their hobbies, interests and aspirations. We have been working towards each young person creating a DVD of themselves, an Interactive CV.


22 May 2012

Posted by Phil Powell

Have A Go!

We’ve been inviting foster carers in the Whitehaven and Barrow area to Have a Go! at filmmaking techniques, creative writing, music, drama, singing, photography and animation.


"With the young people having a history of being in care there is an awful lot they miss out on in their own communities – I’ve seen them shine here, they have produced really deep work"

Participation Officer, Children's Services