The Rural Media Company is an award winning production, education and development charity that uses creative and digital arts as a catalyst for community engagement and social change.
The Rural Media Company, in partnership with Maverick TV, have been commissioned to produce 72 short films for Channel 4’s award-winning Random Acts strand.
The partnership will be in place for 3 years, and seeks to identify young film makers (aged 16-24) from across the Midlands to produce 24 short arts films per year.
Can you see me? is a powerful and compelling new film that dramatically explores teenage relationship abuse.
Created by The Rural Media Company and commissioned by The Midcounties Co-operative and Women’s Aid, the film forms part of an Education Resource about domestic violence that has been distributed across the UK.
Thousands of people have now seen the film, you can watch it here.
Delivered in partnership with Hereford College of Arts find out more about this fantastic opportunity to study, in Hereford, for a degree in 2 years with real opportunities for employment
We innovate and create ground breaking digital projects and productions, creatively connecting and engaging people of all ages and abilities in order to share their stories, enrich their lives and to make themselves heard.
We can work with you to reach and engage new audiences and communicate your message.
We are are currently recruiting for a Creative Director
We have moved to fantastic new offices and fully equipped studios in the centre of Hereford
We are developing a new way of using digital media to help employers give young people with learning disabilities a chance in the work place.
The Rural Media/BFI Film Academy gives young people the opportunity to learn from award winning film professionals, including Oscar and BAFTA award winners, critically watch films and practically create their own short film production.