‘Films’ Category

fashion and climate change

New toolkit to explore fashion and climate change

Posted on: 15th April 2024 No Comments

Our work with the Bude Climate Partnership continues with us devising a further toolkit to be used within the project’s community engagement. The focus of this latest toolkit is fashion, inspired by the fabulous Lauren who we worked with last year to the make this digital story… Using Lauren’s story as a springboard for sharing, […]

budehaven students holding puppets to tell story of Bude Storm Tower

Puppets tell the story of Bude Storm Tower in a new community film

Posted on: 4th December 2023 No Comments

Since our recent delivery of the Compass Point resources we devised, over 600 local children have been busily engaged with the past, present and future of Bude Storm Tower. This only left one piece of the jigsaw to complete… the film telling the story of the Storm Tower, as seen through the eyes of a […]

Returning to Bude- Young people on climate change

Posted on: 18th October 2023 2 Comments

As our work with the brilliant Bude Climate Partnership continues, we’ve been back on the prowl for stories. This time from young people on climate change themes. We are adding to the collection of the 9 digital stories we’ve already made with the community here. These local digital stories provide starting points for exploring the […]

Documenting Withy Pot Making

Posted on: 4th July 2023 No Comments

Over the past few months Sarah has enjoyed supporting talented jeweller Anna Pope through the Cultivator mentoring scheme. Anna wanted to learn more about how she could record, share and preserve the stories she was hearing through her project, Jewelwithy. The Jewelwithy project reflected Anna’s passion for the endangered craft of withy pot making. This […]

Mac Waters sharing memories of St.Austell

Memories of St.Austell from 4 Cornish Bards

Posted on: 7th March 2023 No Comments

Through our work we often meet people who are passionate about their heritage. This was certainly the case for our recent visit to the , where we had the pleasure of recording 4 Cornish bards. The aim of the recordings was to record memories of St.Austell, making a series of simple digital stories which could be […]

object story filming

Object Stories at the Maritime Museum

Posted on: 30th December 2022 No Comments

Everyday objects can hold incredible stories. This was certainly the case for the stories we heard from the Robertson family at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall. Each object story provides a portal into this familie’s incredible experience. After being shipwrecked by killer whales in the Pacific ocean in 1972, the Robertson family, along with hitchhiker […]

Small boat, big story

Posted on: 29th June 2022 No Comments

What an honour it was to be invited to record the Robertson family’s memories of their survival following being shipwrecked by killer whales in the Pacific. The National Maritime Museum Cornwall are custodians of the Ednamair (the small dinghy in which the family were found) and a fascinating collection of smaller objects that were saved […]

swimming under the sea

The Pull of the Sea- Digital Stories

Posted on: 10th August 2021 No Comments

With thanks to a commission from Cornwall 365, we’ve recently had the joy of making a series of digital stories that explore our relationship with the sea. This is a huge subject with people relating to the sea in so many ways, so this commission was very much like dipping a toe in a vast […]

Sennen School Stop Motion film

Posted on: 27th January 2021 No Comments

We thought it would be nice to make a little film to share some of the children’s responses to the Kemeneth project packs we delivered to Sennen School in winter 2020. We’ve loved going through children’s responses and it’s been brilliant to be able to collaborate with PK Porthcurno and learn more about the local history […]

Revealing City Hall Digital Stories

Posted on: 8th January 2020 No Comments

As part of our recent partnership with the Hall for Cornwall for the Revealing City Hall project, Storylines have have learnt a lot about the City Hall building, exploring the buildings history through the stories of people who have lived, loved and laughed within these walls. Storylines had the pleasure of conducting a series of oral histories with people […]