VOD Options

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Several OMF productions are available for VOD (Video On Demand) viewing, either for a single viewing in a set period (usually 24hrs and termed rental) or for unlimited viewing, download and storage (termed buy). We use the Vimeo Professional platform for highest quality of our HD films with no adverts.

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Planned for release around Autumn 2017, Peak Squadron is definitely a film worth waiting for.

With a treatment as bizarre as its subject and a projected runtime well in excess of 60mins, Peak centres around the annual rally of Messerschmitt bubble car owners, combining elements of 633 Squadron and StarWars for an innovative film in OMF's inimitable style. You just cannot miss this!
Award winning full length feature movie with 120min runtime.

Harrowing storyline based on real case histories of human trafficking in Britain following three victims with distinctly differing paths to endure and featuring an international cast.
A shorter film with 30min runtime originally distilled from Tariro specifically for screening at the Salvation Army Boundless Convention and an award winning film in its own right.

Zorina follows a single victim (the title role) with its storyline based on real case histories.
Award winning captivating documentary with a 60min runtime.

Centred on the return of Sir Henry Segrave's World Land Speed Record car to the sands at Southport where 90 years previously he had set the record, 152@90 exposes cracks in the Council's organisation as a local car club steps in to spare their blushes and the celebratory re-runs go ahead.
Connexions - Bringing in the Crowds
First film in the OMF Connexions series and filmed at the 2013 Ormskirk Motorfest.

TV style documentary with a 45min runtime.

Goes behind the scenes with classic car owners in the pre-event days then follows right through the actual event from setting up to conclusion of the last parade run.
NOT A VIDEO (but does include video sequences)

Presentation based on slides with some video inserts produced in 2016 as an update from the earlier (2013) Motorfest film at the request of Aintree Circuit Club and originally screened at an ACC function.

Includes images of virtually every vehicle entered in the 2016 Ormskirk Motorfest.