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 Life Loves to Change book is now available to buy.
The beautiful eighty four page hardback book contains Philip Well's 32 sonnets for Ledbury, complete with photographic portraits and a DVD of all 32 films with two performances of the poem; one by Philip and the other by members of the community.
The book also contains a new essay, 'Whose line is it anyway' by writer, researcher and consultant Francois Mattarasso.
We are delighted to announce a funding award from the Big Lottery Fund for continuation of our work with Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities.
Please click here for more information about development of the project & job opportunities
GIFT is a new creative ‘digital giving’ project and website that celebrates the lives of older people through the objects that they treasure.
The project aims to connects us all as families, friends and neighbours through the giving and 'gifting' of objects and stories across generations.
Work with us.
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.
The Rural Media Company is 21 years old this year!
Over the last 21 years we have shared our work with millions of people across the globe and worked with many thousands to help create it.
During the year we will dip into the archive and share some hidden gems, as we build up to a big 21st birthday celebration.
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National organisation Into Film support our new film making project with young people
BAFTA & Oscar nominated Cinematographer Richard Greatrex and Editor Tony Lawson and declare 3 short films made by our BFI Film Academy students to be a "terrific achievement"
Three young people from our BFI Academy are about to embark on the course of a lifetime.
Education & Training
Since 1992 the company has built a national reputation for the development and delivery of high quality media, films and arts education with young people and communities.