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iContact promote and encourage community, cultural and citizen's orientated film making. We strongly believe in the power of low and no budget film making and that all it really takes to make a film is determination. Our films span a decade and a half and have covered both local and global issues. In this time we have worked with many local community, campaign groups and broadcast media.

While we have been in existence there has been a renaissance in citizen's film making. We promote ideas which make film making more accessible, more sustainable and which empower local people to reach wider audiences. Although we are based in the UK (Bristol) we are keen to co-operate and work with individuals and groups all over the world.
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Some of our Films

Why did Stokes Croft Riot Happen?

Severn Hills

St Werburghs Farm Fair 2011

Bill Posters (Subvertise)

Southmead Slamming (featuring Banksy)

Alhonozo presents Hélélé

Bristol and the Rainforest

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Latest News/Blog Postings
  • Bristol CND’s Competition for young people is now open for entries www.thechanceofalifetime.org.“What does nuclear disarmament mean to you, to the world, or to our future?” Show us, in a film 30-120 seconds long. You could think about ...
    Posted 4 Apr 2012 01:41 by Ben Edwards
  • 8 days - documentery about newspaper jurnalist who 'cracked videojournalism in 8 days'. The story of the first newspaper journalists in the UK to turn to Video journalism. They brought no visual or technical skills with them, but a passion to learn, patience ...
    Posted 8 Feb 2012 05:05 by Ben Edwards
  • Licensing Local Television - Stakeholder Event - 3/2/2012 Ofcom are planning to hold a public event for potential applicants for local television (L-DTPS) licences and/or the multiplex licence during the consultation period, to provide an opportunity ...
    Posted 27 Jan 2012 01:46 by Ben Edwards
  • Bristol Radical Film Festival, 27th Feb - 4th March The Bristol Radical Film Festival screens some of the most socially and politically engaged documentary films from around the world. Taking place over the course of a week, the festival ...
    Posted 27 Jan 2012 01:42 by Ben Edwards
  • Local Televisions Time Has Come (December 2011) Local Televisions Time Has Come. This article assesses the bidding process for the new licenses as it stands and examines what a successful local television channel might look like.
    Posted 25 Jan 2012 13:45 by Ben Edwards
  • First 20 locations set to receive local TV are unveiled Bristol will be one of the first 20 Cities.  The 20 towns and cities across the UK which are expected to be the first to have their own local TV ...
    Posted 17 Dec 2011 06:44 by Ben Edwards
  • MyStreet film compotision - make a short documentary film about your "street" My Street is many things... It's where I live, it's where you live, it's an idea, it's your hood, your locale, your community, your neighbours, it ...
    Posted 3 Apr 2012 01:04 by Ben Edwards
  • Rough Guide to Location Sound Recording Released Rough Guide to Location Sound RecordingThis introduction to location sound recording assumes no prior knowledge of film or video sound. It covers both solo shooters and those who have ...
    Posted 9 Sep 2011 04:05 by Ben Edwards
  • New framework for Local Television "A new framework which will allow local television services to be created across the UK was published yesterday by Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport Jeremy Hunt ...
    Posted 5 Sep 2011 02:30 by Ben Edwards
  • New Beginers Guide to DSLR Video on site and free FCPX Tutorials. Rough Guide to DSLR Video has not been added to this website which compliments Rough Guide to Filming quite nicely.  It a beginners guide for anyone wanting to use a ...
    Posted 30 Jun 2011 07:04 by Ben Edwards
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