The Pitt Rivers Museum has a large amount of historic and contemporary films in its archive as well as films made through workshops and events. The 15 short films showcased on this page give a flavour of contemporary approaches to film and film-making.
Sixth-formers from Cheney School search out the decorated and opinionated residents of Oxford to get their views on body art.
An exploration of the artistry, philosophy, meaning and history of tattooing.
A film about local artists experimenting with the lost-wax process of metal-casting.
Ruth Spencer Jolly explores the journeys of her life and how they relate to the Pitt Rivers Museum.
An exploration of the issue of identity through an evening of performance and specially choreographed dance inspired by the museum.
A museum takeover by teenagers who ran an evening event featuring live music, tours and projected animations.
Young people come together to explore beat-making and lyric-writing, using the Pitt Rivers and its collections as inspiration.
Three anthropology students worked closely with museum staff to curate and host an alternative social evening for young people.