More than Film School
Create films commissioned for TV.
Gain professional experience in a thriving documentary production company.
Learn in a genuine industry environment.
More than an Internship
Rigorous training in all aspects of production
Hands on experience on all production tasks
A full co-directorial role.
Real decision making, real responsibilities.
Your future in the film industry
Get the professional training, credit and experience you need to become an industry professional.
INto INdustry graduates find jobs at top media Organisations such as the BBC and Al Jazeera.
Make films that matter to you
OTOXO Productions make documentaries to raise the volume of unheard voices and shed a light on unseen faces. The INto INdustry Programme gives young, socially motivated people the chance to join OTOXO in fulfilling that goal. For anyone who wants a career where they make a difference and share important social messages, the INto INdustry Programme is the perfect place to start.
BE PART OF OUR NEXT
“The INto INdustry programme provided me with all the required knowledge and experience to work alongside some of the world’s top documentary producers at the BBC in Bristol. Not only did it give me technical knowledge in terms of camera skills and editing, it also provided me with confidence to find great stories which I have utilised in my role in the Development team at the Natural History Unit.”
“Put simply, the INto INdustry Programme gave me the skills, experience and confidence I needed to become the film industry professional that I am today.”
One of the most inspiring, dynamic cities in the world, with an unmade film round every corner.
Our production base is a hub of audiovisual innovation and creativity right in the heart of the city.
Explore the INto INdustry Programmes:
One year of studies, training and production. Participants co-direct a 30 minute documentary film for BTV, and become established as independent industry professionals under OTOXO’s guidance.
One month of intensive studies training and production. Participants co-direct a series of three minute documentary shorts