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Here’s some of the pleasant press and kind words we’ve had come our way:


Andy Oxley was interviewed for BBC Three documentary ‘Life Through Your Lens’ about his short film ‘Born To Be Mild’.



Screen 3 have appeared in Sunday Telegraph Magazines twice:


Cindy Rose, Executive Director of Digital Entertainment, Virgin Media: “These directors have serious potential as documentary filmmakers. They show a deep, professional understanding of the genre.”

Mike Newell, Director of ‘Four Weddings & A Funeral’ and ‘Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire’: (On ‘Sundays’) “This film grows in very rich soil.”

Ken Russell: “One of the most politically incorrect films I have ever seen.” (On presenting Andy Oxley with the award for Best Factual Film at the International Film School of Wales 2004 for ‘White English Men’.)

Dr. Anne Gordon, Lead Clinician of Occupational Therapy at Evelina Children’s Hospital: “Screen 3 were a pleasure to work with.  They worked sensitively and creatively with the children and families who were the subjects of our film, helping them to feel at ease, and made the whole experience fun.  We were very happy with the end product, which was exactly what we wanted, of high professional standard and delivered on time.”

Karl Willet, Managing Director of Lasered Components Ltd: “We got exactly what we were after from Screen 3, they created a video which was a great representation of what we do and who we are. They provided us with a highly professional, interesting and vivid video. We couldn’t have asked for more, it’s the show piece on our new website.”

Mike Bone, Managing Director of the British Toilet Association: “From my first meeting with Andy Oxley and his colleagues I have been impressed by their enthusiasm and professionalism. Their attention to detail and determination to achieve the highest standard is admirable. The short film Screen 3 Film produced about our Loo of the Year Awards was descriptive and captured the essence of what we strive to achieve by running this unique awards scheme and our entertaining annual presentation event. We are delighted that Andy and his team will be producing another short film of the Event in December.”

Michael G Moore (aka ‘The Pianoman’), Resident Musician at the Piano Bar, Kensington: “Andrew Oxley at Screen 3 Productions is a deeply creative person. He and I worked together on a documentary profiling myself at Piano Kensington. He first arrived at the venue to watch me perform and from his impression of the night, immediately began coming up with ideas to turn a simple showreel production into a touching and funny documentary that has been overwhelmingly well received. He had a clear vision for the project pulling from his own huge bank of inspirations, however I felt fully involved in all of the decision making, making it a joyous collaborative effort. His ability with a camera and sound recording was professional and I felt completely at ease around him. He also put in extra hours to gather the perfect interviews to enhance the piece. I was so enamoured with his work that I am now in pre-production with him to make the follow up to the first documentary. I would 100% recommend him to anyone, a very talented boy.”

David Lockwood, Director of The Bike Shed Theatre: “Screen 3 Productions work skilfully, quickly and professionally. The three promotional videos that they have shot for The Bike Shed Theatre were universally praised by viewers and undoubtedly increased the profile of the theatre and its productions.”