Saturday, 18 April 2015

PRODUCTION CREDITS - SHARON WOODWARD


SHARON WOODWARD
WOODWARDMEDIA (FREELANCE FILMMAKER)
 2010 – 2017

The Indian Army in the First World War: 
An Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Perspective
The Soldiers of Oxfordshire (SOFO) Museum and 
Oxford University's History Faculty 
Producers - Dr. Priya Atwal and Stephen Barker
Production made by Sharon Woodward/WoodwardMedia
The Indian Army WW1 

Ska'd by the music ( Symarip story)
Mischief Pictures In Association with Woodwardmedia (Work In Progress)
The Symarip Ska band was formed in the late 1960's they had been known as The Bees, The Pyramids,Seven Letters and Zubaba.
Director / Producer / Editor -Sharon Woodward
Producer / Camera - Richard Duriez
Trailer - SYMARIP (film)

Open Educational Resource
Open University - Languages Department
Partnership project with Open University, Pembroke College
& The London Centre for Languages and Culture
Clips for the LCLC website
Producer - Xaviere Hassan
Production made by Sharon Woodward/WoodwardMedia
London Centre for Languages and Culture 


People like me - (Living well with A-T)
The A-T Society (Ataxia-telagiectasia)
This film offers some insight into A-T ( Ataxia Telangiectasia ) a rare,
genetic, neurodegenerative disease.The experience is not told by
the medical profession, but those living with the condition on a daily basis.
Producer - William Davis
Production made by Sharon Woodward/WoodwardMedia
A-T Project 
Broadcast on The Community Channel Sky 539 | Virgin Media 233 | Freesat 651| Freeview 63

Screenings: 
2016 - FERFILM International Film Festival (Open Air Cinema), Albania 
2016 - 23rd International Independent PUBLICYSTYKA 2016, Poland
2016 (December 6th)18th Madurai Film Festival,  Arul Anandhar College, Tamil Nadu, India

From pizza to piste
The A-T Society (Ataxia-telagiectasia) Young Adults Weekend
This film documents the young adult weekend of activities.
Producer - William Davis
Production made by Sharon Woodward/WoodwardMedia
From pizza to piste  

Screening: 
2016 - Portobello International Film Festival, London. UK


The A-T Society (Ataxia-telagiectasia) Young Adults Weekend
Music highlights of the young adult weekend of activities.
Producer - William Davis
Production made by Sharon Woodward/WoodwardMedia
Music Highlights of Weekend 

MOOC Project (Massive Open Online Courses) 
Open University - Languages Department
Clips for the MOOC Project (Massive Open Online Courses)
Exploring multiculturalism and globalization in the workforce
Producer - Dr Emilia Wilton-Godberfforde
Production made by Sharon Woodward/WoodwardMedia
Open University Educational Resources

What can languages do for you?
Open University - Languages Department
Exploring the options available to students in languages
shown as part of a web conference on lanaguages 
Producer - Xaviere Hassan
Production made by Sharon Woodward/WoodwardMedia
What can languages do for you? 

More Than Just a Mirror
Oxfordshire Museum Services & Archeology Department 
A 2000 year old decorated Iron Age Mirror was found in Oxfordshire, UK. 
This film documents sampling and research, and considers the significance of this enigmatic object.
Producer – David Moon
Production made by Sharon Woodward/WoodwardMedia
Iron Age Mirror

Broadcast on The Community Channel Sky 539 | Virgin Media 233 | Freesat 651| Freeview 63

Screenings:
2015 - Cornerstone, Didcot, Oxford UK
With a talk from: Dr Peter Northover and Professor Chris Gosden (titles ‘The Didcot Mirror and The Puzzles of British Celtic Art’)
2015 - The Archaeology Channel USA 
Broadcast Augusts edition - shown on web channel and on cable across Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virgina, Washington and Wisconsin.
2015 - Tangier International Film Festival, Morocco (Official selection in documentary section)  
2015 - The Community Channel. UK Sky 539 | Virgin Media 233 | Freesat 651| Freeview 63
2016 - Aahān International Short Film Event, SVKM Usha Pravin Gandhi College of Management, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
2016 - 51st International Festival of Science Documentary Films Academia Film Olomouc, Olomouc, Czech Republic
2016 - Oxford Brookes University, Documentary Club, Oxford Filmmakers Night, JHB, Lecturer Theatre, John Henry Brookes, Headington Campus, Gipsy Lane Site.
2016 - The Archaeology Channel International Film and Video Festival, Eugene, Oregon, USA
2016 - The Nottingham Film Festival, Hothouse Theatre, Broadwalk, Basford, Nottingham
2016 (June 30th) (with Unearthing The Anglo Saxons) Archaeology Night, Earth Trust Centre, Oxford
2016 (Sept 10th) Portobello International Film Festival, London UK 
2017 (March 21st - 25th) The Nyon International Festival of Archaeological Films  (Dixième Festival International du Film d’Archéologie de Nyon du 21 au 25 mars 2017)  
Every two years, the Roman Museum organizes the Nyon International Festival of Archaeological Films.


Awards
'Winner of First place podium' under the category of 'Non Fiction' 
Aahān 2016's International Short Film Event, Mumbai, India


HISTORY IN THE MAKING
(Three Part Series for Oxfordshire Museum and Museum Resource Centre)
Broadcast on The Community Channel Sky 539 | Virgin Media 233 | Freesat 651| Freeview 63

Unearthing the Anglo Saxons (History In The Making)
Documenting the Anglo Saxon period with events and activities run by the Oxfordshire Museum. Looking at the art of Blacksmiths and using the artefacts from the Anglo Saxon time period to explore the past.
Producers – Anna Griffiths, David Moon
Production made by Sharon Woodward /WoodwardMedia
Other Screenings
Portobello Film Festival 2014
Broadcast The Archaeology Channel (News Channel) as well as on cable TV in cities across the USA.
International Biennial Scientific Film xxVII (BICC) of Ronda in 2014
The film is available from the Spanish Association of Film & TV image (ASECIC).
2016 - October Mujeres en el Cine y las TV Mexico (Women In Film & Television International) & (ASECIC) screened Unearthing The Anglo Saxons as part of (UNAM) Mexican University academic event. 

2017 - April  FIOCine - Scientific Film Show in Brazil.
Alchester Project (History In The Making)
The Memorial stone of the second Augstan  Legion -Lucius Valerius Geminus.
Army cadets design a war memorial inspired
by the Roman tombstone, which was excavated in 2003 at Alchester.
Production made by Sharon Woodward /WoodwardMedia
Other Screenings
Portobello Film Festival 2014
Broadcast The Archaeology Channel Portraits of Humanity
The Oxfordshire Oar Makers (History In The Making)
The film follows their research as they discover how the craft developed from 1932 and played out onto a world stage with techniques that still survives today. 
Producer - Christiane Jeuckens
Production made by Sharon Woodward /WoodwardMedia
Other Screenings
Detroit's Museum of New Art  September 2013 
Portobello Film Festival 2014
Oxfordshire Oar Makers

Rock Around The Clock
Rock Around The Clock (Pilot) - Oral History, Reminiscence and Archive Project . Working with an  establishment caring for those aged 70 - 103.  Exploring Post-War memories of the1950's
Client: Order Of St John, Vale of the White Horse District Council
Camera, Editor, Project Manager – Sharon Woodward
Production Assistant – Cait Sweeney
Rock Around The Clock 

DOWN MEMORY LANE
Made with The OASIS Committee
Down Memory Lane (Oxfordshire, Abingdon) - Oral History Reminiscence and Archive project ran for six months. Production shot on HD and as part of an exhibition.
Productions:
Project Overview
Documenting the entire process
Camera, Editor, Project Manager – Sharon Woodward
Production Assistant – Cait Sweeney
Declaration of War 1939
People speaking about their memories of War
Camera, Editor, Project Manager – Sharon Woodward
Production Assistant – Cait Sweeney
Memories of War 1939 – 1945
People speak of the hardship
Camera, Editor, Project Manager – Sharon Woodward
Production Assistant – Cait Sweeney
John Mason School – Gifted & Talented Group
Make a café using rationing ingredients
Camera, Editor, Project Manager – Sharon Woodward
Production Assistant – Cait Sweeney
1st Drayton Brownies
Celebrate 55 years of the Brownies
Camera, Editor, Project Manager – Sharon Woodward
Production Assistant – Cait Sweeney
Anderson Shelters
People speak about Anderson Shelters in their garden
Camera, Editor, Project Manager – Sharon Woodward
Production Assistant – Cait Sweeney
Women During WW2
Stella Coulling speaks of her time during the War as a bus driver.
Camera, Editor, Project Manager – Sharon Woodward
Production Assistant – Cait Sweeney
Ration & Fashion
Show and tell workshops where people speak about rationing.
Camera, Editor, Project Manager – Sharon Woodward
Production Assistant – Cait Sweeney
Down Memory Lane 

Abingdon Resource and Well being Centre
Promotion film
Client Abingdon Resource Well being Centre
Camera, Editor - Sharon Woodward/WoodwardMedia
Abingdon Resource & Well-being Centre 

SHARON WOODWARD
MISCHIEF PICTURES & OTHER EXPERIMENTAL WORK 1992 – 2017

Ska'd by the music ( Symarip story)
Mischief Pictures In Association with Woodwardmedia (Work In Progress)
The Symarip Ska band was formed in the late 1960's they had been known as The Bees, The Pyramids,Seven Letters and Zubaba.
Director / Producer / Editor -Sharon Woodward
Producer / Camera - Richard Duriez
Trailer - SYMARIP (film) 

Roddy Moreno Interviews
Mischief Pictures Factual News series for Youtube

The Skinhead who refused to play for fascists
Director, Producer and Editor – Sharon Woodward
Camera – Richard Duriez
Youtube project

Thank You Skinhead Girl
Documentary/ 45 minutes

Mischief Pictures, supported by OFVM Production Award and Screen South
Producer, Director, Writer and Editor – Sharon Woodward
Executive Producer – Richard Duriez
Associate Producer – Gary Shenton
Mischief Pictures
Distribution Concord Media
Broadcast on The Community Channel Sky 539 | Virgin Media 233 | Freesat 651| Freeview 63

Other Screenings:
2009 - Ultimate Picture Palace, Oxford

2009 – Portobello Film Festival
2009 - Falstaff International Film Festival
2009 – 40th Anniversary of the Skinhead Spirit of 69 Margate
2010 – 8th Film Palace International Festival, Bulgaria
2010- San Lorenzo Festival in Rome, Italy
2010 – Edinburgh Fringe – Scotland
2010 – filmdirecting4women International Film Festival, London
2010 - Art Museum of Estonia, Tallinn  
2010 - Thame Cinema supporting Exit through the gift shop
2010 - The 1st Doi Saket International Film Festival, Chiang Mai, Thailand
2010 - 12th Madurai Film Festival, Tamilnadu, India  
2011 – 6th 7island International Film Festival, Andheri (W), Mumbai, India
2011 - 9th filmmor women's film festival, istanbul, Turkey
2011 - The Phoenix Picture House, Oxford (BBC Learning: Reel History Archive Partners)
2012 - Blue November MicroFilm Fest Upper Crust, 8420 Greenwood, Seattle USA

In August, September and November 2012 and March 2013
Thank You Skinhead Girl was broadcast in the UK as part of the Outsiders season on The Community Channel Sky 539, Virgin TV 233
Awards
8th Film Palace International Festival, Bulgaria ‘Best Documentary Film’
Nomination
Portobello Film Festival ‘Best film’ 2009

So What Is A Trust Board?
Factual – information/ 10 minutes

Client Ridgeway Partnership NHS
Producer – Sharon Woodward
Made with a group of young people with learning disabilities
Distribution – Ridgeway Partnership NHS & Healthcare Commission

Awards
Special Award for innovation in
Public Reporting and Accountability from CIPFA

MR Right
Drama/ Romantic Comedy /15 minutes

Made under the banner of Mischief Pictures
With thanks to OFVM and Just Us Productions
Writer, Director - Sharon Woodward/Producer - Richard Duriez
Editors- Sharon Woodward & Richard Duriez
Cast Un-credited: Girl Jogging – Sharon Woodward
Man beaten up – Richard Duriez
Mischief Pictures

Screening
2004 – Oxford Film & Video Makers
2004 – Portobello Film Festival
2004 – Leeds Music Festival
2004 – Sun-dazed Film Festival Reading
2005 – Reel Women Oxford International Women’s Day
2005 – Inside Report web channel
2005 - tHE eND oF pIER iNTERNATIONAL fILM festival
2005 – WWW. 3BTV

Pater Familias
Drama/ 15 minutes

Supported by Oxford Film & Video Makers
Assistant Director – Sharon Woodward
Director – Richard Gartner
Cast Credited: Mother – Sharon Woodward

Interview with the Vampires from Poole
Documentary/ drama/28 minutes

Made with the collaboration of The Vampire Society.
Made under the banner of Mischief Pictures
Writer (s) - Sharon Woodward, Richard Duriez
Director- Sharon Woodward / Producer - Richard Duriez
Cast Credited: Sarah Miles Assistant – Sharon Woodward
Sarah Miles Technician – Richard Duriez
Mischief Pictures

Screening
2002 - Boscombe Arts Festival
2002 - Portobello Film Festival
2002 - Zodiac Club, Oxford
Also regularly shown on WWW.3BTV

The Anniversary
Drama/ 7 minutes

Made under the banner of Mischief Pictures
Director - Sharon Woodward
Writer & Producer - Richard Duriez
Mischief Pictures

Screening
2001 - Zodiac Club, Oxford
2001 - Phoenix Picture House
2001 - Homelands Festival, Winchester
2001 - Cannes Film Festival, British Pavilion
2001 - Portobello Film Festival
2001 - Leeds Music Festival
2001 – Cannes Film Festival
Also regularly shown on WWW.3BTV
 
Crossing The Line
Drama/10 Minutes

Supported by Oxford Film & Video Makers
Assistant Director – Sharon Woodward
Writers, Directors – Stuart Lee & Richard Gartner

Waiting
Drama / 5 minutes

Supported by Oxford Film & Video Makers
Producer, Director and Editor - Sharon Woodward

Screening
Premiere 2000 - Zodiac Club, Oxford

The Devils Feast (18 Certificate)
Drama / 93 minutes
Support from Dramatrix / Direct TV and Oxford Film & Video Makers
Made under the banner of Mischief Pictures
Writer (s) - Sharon Woodward, Richard Duriez
Director- Sharon Woodward / Producer - Richard Duriez
Cast: Un-credited Warrior For Jesus – Sharon Woodward
Mischief Pictures

Screenings
Phoenix Picture House, Oxford
26th November 1999 - 2nd December 1999
2000 - Sequence - Clapham
2000 - Portobello Film Festival
2000 - UK Films - Edinburgh
2001 - Cinematheque - Brighton

4 PLAY (15 Certificate) / 52 minutes
Support from Oxford Film & Video Makers
and Direct TV.
Director - Sharon Woodward / Producer - Richard Duriez
Editor(s) - Sharon Woodward, Richard Duriez
Cast Credited Tina – Sharon Woodward/Stephan – Richard Duriez
Mischief Pictures
4 PLAY - VIDEO

Screenings
City Screen Cinemas
1998 - Phoenix Picture House, Oxford
1998 - Stratford Picture House, Stratford - Upon - Avon
1998 - Stratford (East) Picture House, London
Independent Screenings & Festivals
1998 - Flea Pit - Newcastle - Upon - Tyne
1998 - New British Expo, The Videotheque Edinburgh
1998 – North by Northwest Independent Film & Video Festival - Liverpool
1999 - ZODIAC Club - Oxford
1999- Geneva video festival
Distribution - Concord Video & Film Council Ltd.

Once Upon A Time
Documentary / 12.43 minutes
Support from Oxford Film & Video Makers
Financial assistance from Southern Arts
Director - Sharon Woodward / Producer - Philippa Yeeles
Editor - Sharon Woodward
Once Upon A Time

Screenings
1997 - Pegasus Theatre, Oxford
1997 - Leeds International Film Festival
1998 - Phoenix Picture House, Oxford (City Screen)
1998 - Stratford Picture House, Stratford - Upon - Avon
Once Upon A Time is also being used for sex education
Distribution of Once Upon A Time - Concord Film & Video Council

What Are Little Boys Made Of?
Documentary / Drama / 43 minutes
Support from Arteaters experimental Film and Video group and Oxford Film & Video Makers. Financial assistance from Southern Arts
Director - Sharon Woodward / Producer(s) - Seun Okewole, Sharon Woodward
Editor - Sharon Woodward
What Are Little Boys Made Of ?

Screenings
1995 - Pegasus Theatre, Oxford - International Women’s Week
Broadcast on Cable TV STOP, Copenhagen, Denmark.
1996 - Bournemouth Film School for International Women’s Week shown with The Journey
Distribution of What Are Little Boys Made Of? - Concord Film & Video Council

SHARON WOODWARD
PRODUCTIONSFREELANCE 1992 – 2009

So What Is A Trust Board?
Factual – information/ 10 minutes

Client Ridgeway Partnership NHS
Producer – Sharon Woodward
Made with a group of young people with learning disabilities
Distribution – Ridgeway Partnership NHS & Healthcare Commission
So What Is A Trust Board?

Awards
Special Award for innovation in
Public Reporting and Accountability from CIPFA

Looking At Us
Factual-information / 12 minute

Client Ridgeway Partnership NHS, Oxfordshire Partnership Board
Producer – Sharon Woodward, Bev Segesdy and Josie Weeden
Editor, Camera – Sharon Woodward
Distribution – Oxfordshire Partnership Board
Looking At Us

Making A Difference
Recruitment/ 14 minutes

Client Oxfordshire Learning Disability NHS Trust
Producer, Camera & Editor - Sharon Woodward

Introduction to the Community Development Services
Documentary/ 15 minutes

Client Oxfordshire Learning Disability NHS Trust
Editor - Sharon Woodward

Community Arts Training Conference
Corporate Documentation/ 20 minutes

Client South Oxford District Council
Sound recordist - Sharon Woodward

Malvina’s
Documentary / 16 minutes

A day in the life of a popular tearoom
before it was sold in April 2000
Client Malvina's Tea Room
Director, Producer, Camera, Sound and
Editor - Sharon Woodward

Assembly Voices
Corporate video/ 15 minutes
Client OXFAM
Off - Line Editor - Sharon Woodward/ Producers - Mandeep Dillon, OXFAM

Succeeding Together
Corporate Video/18 minutes
Client Oxford City Council
Director, Sound recordist, Assistant Producer, Off-line Editor -
Sharon Woodward/ Producers - Satya Bally and Jo Hichliffe



THE NATIONAL FILM & TELEVISION SCHOOL 1990 - 1992

The Journey
Documentary / 45 minutes
Financial support from Paul Hamlyn Foundation, Oxfordshire Youth Bursary Scheme and
The National Film & Television School
Director - Sharon Woodward / Producer - Louise Wadley
Editor - Sharon Woodward


Screenings / Awards
1992 - David Altshul Award for Innovation and Creative Excellence in Film Making,
Critic’s Award at 8th Edinburgh Fringe Film and Video Festival, Certificate of Merit in honour and recognition of the production’s superior quality, 28th Chicago Film Festival.
1993 - 26th Houston International Film and Video Festival, Texas.
1993 - The British Short Film Festival, Barbican Centre, London.
1996 - Bournemouth Film School with What Are Little Boys Made Of?
For International Women’s Week.


Tell Me You Care
Drama / 15 minutes
The National Film & Television School
Producer - Sharon Woodward 

Director - Eric Styles
Tell Me You Care

Home Is Where The Heart Is
Drama / 10 minutes
The National Film & Television School
Director, Writer, Editor - Sharon Woodward

Grandmother
Documentary / 10 minutes
The National Film & Television School
Director (s) - Sharon Woodward, Stephen Daltry
Producer(s) Sharon Woodward, Stephen Daltry


FREELANCE 1989 - 1990
Channel 4, Tyne Tees Television and BBC Wales

Women In Tropical Places
16 mm Film Drama / 95 minutes
Channel 4, Tyne Tees Television and BFI
Director - Penny Woolcock
Editor - Robert Hargreaves
Assistant Film Editor Kate Manners
2nd Assistant Film Editor - Sharon Woodward
Women In Tropical Places

Catherine Cookson – A Profile
16mm Documentary
Tyne Tees Television
Assistant Film Editor Kate Manners
Trainee Assistant Editor /2nd Assistant Film Editor - Sharon Woodward

Back To Barcelona
16 mm Film Documentary / 28 minutes
BBC Wales
Trainee Assistant Editor / 2nd Assistant Film Editor - Sharon Woodward
Director - Colin Thomas
Editor - Christian Searl



NEWPORT FILM SCHOOL 1987 - 1989

Morning After The Night Before
Drama / 15 minutes
Financial support from SCAN Films as part of the Adopt - a-student Scheme
Director, Producer, Writer, Editor - Sharon Woodward
Cast Credited Hen Night – Sharon Woodward

Screenings / Awards
1990 - BP EXPO Festival, Riverside Studios, London.
1992- Chapter Cinema, Cardiff. Awarded a cash prize from the Welsh
Film Council.

Divided Hours
Drama part of the Fuji film competition
Editor - Sharon Woodward
Divided Hours 

Sugar and Spice
Drama / 30 minutes

Newport Film School
Director - Eric Styles
Sound Recordist - Sharon Woodward

Screenings
1988 - BBC 2 Show Reel

Memories Of My Grandmother
Documentary / 13 minutes
Newport Film School
Director, Producer, Camera, Sound, Editor - Sharon Woodward

Screenings
Stocked at the Oxfordshire County Library for Oxfordshire Studies in the Oral History Department.


OXFORD INDEPENDENT VIDEO 1986-1987 
Steps Forward
Documentary / 30 minutes

Client - Oxford City Council Looking at OCC Equal Opportunities Policy
Camera, Editor, Interviewer - Sharon Woodward with Oxford Independent Video

Together
Documentary / 30 minutes
Client - Oxford Probation Hostel made with the residents
Co - Producer - Sharon Woodward with Oxford Independent Video

Ghost In Mind
Documentary / 30 minutes
Made with local school children as part of Art Week
Camera - Sharon Woodward

Words
Documentary / 30 minutes
Made with local school children as part of Art Week
Camera - Sharon Woodward

OXFORD FILMMAKERS WORKSHOP 1986 - 1987


Aids Myth and Reality
16 mm Film Documentary / 15 minutes
Made to educate and promote safe sex
Researcher - Sharon Woodward

MIND
Documentary / 25 minutes
Client - MIND organization
Co - Director, Researcher, Camera, Editor, Interviewer - Sharon Woodward

Altzeimers Disease
Documentary / 25 minutes
Client - Altzeimers Disease Association
Camera - Sharon Woodward

RED CROSS
Documentary / 25 minutes
Client - RED CROSS organization
Lighting - Sharon Woodward

AGE CONCERN
Documentary / 25 minutes
Client - AGE CONCERN organization
Director, Researcher, Editor - Sharon Woodward

INDEPENDENT SECTOR 1983 - 1984

It’s About Time
Documentary / Drama / 30 minutes

Client - Oxford Trade Council
Researcher, Interviewer, Actress – Sharon Woodward
Cast: Credited Girl- on YOP Scheme - Sharon Woodward

Not A Girl Anymore
Drama / 30 minutes
Group project with financial support from the Prince of Wales Jubilee Trust and Channel 4
Director - Penny Woolcock
Co-Fundraiser, Co - Producer, Co - Writer, Actress, Vocalist on theme song, Off - line Editor - Sharon Woodward with other members of the production team.
Cast Credited Brenda – Sharon Woodward

Screenings
1986 - Channel 4’s Eleventh Hour as part of the Turn It Up series it was repeated again in 1989.
Not A Girl Anymore - Part 1
Not A Girl Anymore - Part 2