Public Health Film Society


Film Fesitval kids’ event

Sunday 29th June, 12.45   At this year’s festival there will be a special screening for families, followed by an afternoon of fun activities aimed at engaging kids of all ages to learn about their own health and well-being:   11.00 Screening of Disney’s WALL-E, Phoenix Picturehouse Cinema, Oxford   “Health Promotion for the future generation”…

Talk by Sarah Gayton

Saturday 28th June, 14.30 Radcliffe Humanities Building   ‘Sea of Change’ is about the difficulties of people with visual and hearing impairment to cross shared traffic spaces. This award-winner film maker premiered her film at the House of Lords on the 3rd of December, which coincided with the 21st Birthday of the UN International Day…

How to Survive a Plague

This Thursday 10th April, 7.30pm, we are showing the award winning documentary ‘How to Survive a Plague’ in the Stables Bar at Green Templeton College, Oxford, all welcome.

Using film to change in policy in road design

PHFS in collaboration with the Nuffield Department of Population Health at the University of Oxford are please to present a showing of ‘Sea of Change Film – Walking Into Trouble’ Rosemary Rue Building, Old Road Campus, Oxford, OX3 7LF.Time- 1-2 pm on Thursday Week 2, 30th January- The film will be introduced by the director,…

Next showing of the PHFS Northern Branch

The next meeting of the Northern Branch of PHFS will be on 17th December and One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest, an Oscar-winning feature film will be viewed at John Lennon Art and Design Building, starting at 5pm. Upcoming screenings All are welcome Contact us on for more details