top of page


Director: Iain Morris

Writers: Allison Burnett and Melissa Osborne

Production Company: Temple Hill

Cast: Sofia Carson

Status: Pre-Production


“It’s now or never, I just want to live while I’m alive.”

All her life, Ana Morales (Sofia Carson) has had a plan. She’s always dreamt of studying at Oxford University. And now, fresh off the plane from New York – bright-eyed, full of wonder and eager to make her mark – she’s living that dream: immersing herself in classic literature, old England, romantic cobble-lined streets, lazy days on the river, cosy pubs and lavish black-tie balls. One unforgettable year in the city of dreaming spires.

But life has a way of derailing even the best laid plans... Jamie Davenport – Ana’s stand-in tutor: dangerously good-looking, with a mischievous glint in his eye, and a trail of women in his wake. Ana can’t deny the spark between them – their meeting of minds and sizzling chemistry – and can’t help falling head over heels in love with the brooding, mysterious Brit...

Ana soon realises that life just got a lot more complicated. How can she choose between Jamie and her life back home? Why is he so secretive about his family? And should she stop worrying about plans and just learn to live in the moment?

Ana never imagined her dream would include falling for Jamie and that their love would change her life forever. That saying goodbye might break her heart and that, sometimes, the best bits of life are often the messiest...

Adapted from the best-selling novel by Julia Whelan, My Oxford Year is utterly romantic and beautifully heart-breaking. An escapist, aspirational journey to sweep audiences off their feet. And a love story for the ages.

bottom of page