welcome to Aston Vision Association
|media training for the community|
our voluntary group are privileged to be associated with several prestigious projects, some are shown below
Congratulations to director Curtis Norville, of On Point Films, one of our associates from the early days of Aston Vision, on the launch of their new film "BREAKING SILENCE"
The BIRCHFIELD BUGLE
a local community newsletter
We have taken the decision to amend some page content with the BEWARE CYCLISTS article, in the Autumn 2013 edition,as this has caused distress to some readers,for which we can only apologise and ask their forgiveness for creating the wrong impression with our wording. It has also meant that some local people did not receive a copy as the Committee decided to stop further deliveries.
Take a look at Mrs McGhie-Belgrave's SHADES of BLACK Project web site as she turns 80 October 2014
©picture by Birmingham Post & Mail
Pride of Britain Award winner Mrs McGhie-Belgrave MBE meets Birmingham's Professor of Local history Carl Chinn at an exhibition in Stechford.
Shown below is SHADES of BLACK Help Project meeting the then Minister for the Third Sector, Phil Hope M.P, when he came to Birmingham in 2008 to inspect with Mrs McGhie Belgrave,MBE, an exhibition that was part of the Lottery Funded Project.
Set up in 1983 to offer multi-media training to inner City Youth, we now continue our mission, in our Media for Migrants programme, one of which was the "LIGHTS CAMERA ACTION project".at St Georges Church Centre, Newtown, Birmingham.
Pictured below is a member of our team, who has experienced the difficulties of settling into the host community.His story is told in our documentary on HEALTH CARE ACCESS funded by the Heart of Birmingham PCT, through the Digbeth Trust.
Other projects we have managed include IRANZAD MAGAZINE
VIDEO CLIP LIBRARY
40th Anniversary West Indian Chaplaincy 2014
Currently in Production-funded by Near Neighbours-Faith Stories,soon to be released.
Faith Alive events 2011
PERRY HALL PARK Birmingham with children from St John Wall School.Click on the picture to see shots from the video.
Media for Migrants project
Pictured above is the splendid Cardinal Newman Library at the Birmingham Oratory, where the Fathers allowed us to make a documentary in 2007 for the Friends of Cardinal Newman as part of their awareness raising effort to preserve the Newman heritage.
Clips from the DVD can be seen by clicking on the screens below
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