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.
From Oct 27th until 7th Dec we will be exhibiting a collection of work from our Travellers' Times project, at The Courtyard, Hereford.
The work can be seen as part of Hereford Photography Month and we will be holding a special event on Nov 13th.
The Frank Dale films are a unique picture of rural life. In all there are 111 reels - 11 miles of film, filmed in the relatively short period 1953-58.
Five Years in the Fifties is a new film created from the archive complete with poetic narrative and musical score played live.
The film has played to sold out audiences at Hay Festival, Lyde Court and Cawley Village Hall and can be next seen at Ledbury Market Theatre on 21st Nov 2014 along with another chance to see Life Loves to Change
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.
Last week we were joined by Richard Elms. Richard has joined us from Herbert Media in Coventry and is taking on the role of Development Producer.
Two of our BFI Academy films, made by young people in Hereford, have been selected to be screened at film festivals in the UK and Brazil.
Our 2014/15 BFI Film Academy has begun, with 21 talented young people signing up for the programme.
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.