Help support the 2016 Oxford Film Fest!

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A fundraising campaign for Oxford Film Festival
Exciting changes and goals have been set for the 2016 festival to be held February 17-21, 2016.

We have hired our first full-time director, Melanie Addington, to run the festival and expand our reach to monthly programming and support of the OxFilm Society. 

A new Board of Directors  was also formed which includes:  Wayne Andrews, Donna Ruth Roberts, Bethany Cooper, Chris Offutt, Hudson Hickman, Jon Maynard, Meaghin Burke, Sparky Reardon, Ralph Vance, Sonia Thompson, Tim Burkhead and Joy Jones. 

In the film festival's 12-year history it has become a major event for the City of Oxford, drawing famous actors, directors, and assorted media to Oxford. The role of the festival has evolved into an organization that hosts movie screenings throughout the year and promotes North Mississippi as an ideal location for filmmaking.  

This expanded role for the festival creates a strong positive impact on the cultural and business community in Oxford. The festival is currently in transition from an all-volunteer organizations to one with year round director who will promote the film industry in North Mississippi.

We invite you to help us reach our goals for growth in 2016.  

How can you help?

1. Invite friends, family or businesses that might give to this campaign.

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3. Donate today! 

4. Learn more about us at www.oxfordfilmfest.comhttp://www.oxfordfilmfest.com/

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About the Organization

The Oxford Film Festival celebrates the art of independent cinema from across the globe while also focusing on moviemaking and enhancing the arts in Oxford and North Mississippi.

Oxford Film Festival holds monthly events which culminate in our annual four-day film festival each February. The festival exhibits over 100 quality films from across the globe and has been praised for its hospitality.

The festival was founded in 2003 by the Yoknapatawpha Arts Council. In 2008, the Oxford Film Festival became an independent non-profit organization with 501c3 status committed to celebrating the art of independent cinema.

The festival screens short and feature-length films in both showcase and competition settings, hosts panel discussions on issues in contemporary filmmaking, and invites the filmmakers to interact with the audience at a number of social events. Film categories include:

Animated short
Documentary feature and short
Experimental short
Mississippi narrative and documentary
Mississippi Music Video
Narrative feature and short

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