Media: Other Storylines Projects


  • Video ThumbnailIn this short film, cousins Margaret and Eileen talk through a very special family photo album. Put together by their ancestors in 1907, this album illustrates the journey of 2 brothers, who took the long trip from Butler New Jersey in the USA to Cornwall in the UK. Travelling around Cornwall by pony and trap, this album provides a snapshot of Cornwall in 1907. This film was made for the Institute of Cornish Studies based at the University of Exeter.
  • Video ThumbnailAs a girl in wartime Germany, Monika lived through the bombing of Dresden. In this moving story, she recalls some of her experiences of this time. Made to support a series of workshops based on the Michael Morpurgo book 'An Elephant in the Garden,' Monika's story contains some striking similarities to that of Elizabeth the young girl in the book. This film was made to support a series of workshops for 'Upon My Word', part of 'Extreme Imagination,' Exeter's festival of writing for and by young people. This event has been developed in partnership with DAISI (Devon Arts in Schools Initiative), University of Exeter Graduate School of Education Department and Exeter Northcott Theatre. For more about Storylines visit
  • Video ThumbnailMade over 3 weeks of workshops with children from the Children's Project Trust in India, this large canvas came to life and turned into a beautiful, decorated tree. Watch as the tree grows and listen to the stories of the children who created it. See the hands of each child, growing as a family in this tree. For more on storylines visit
  • Video ThumbnailThe singers in this film are from local choirs, Levow an Bys, Dawn Chorus and Perran Voices, which are led by Pip Wright.
  • Video ThumbnailThis digital story was made by Ganga from the Childrens Project Trust in India. In it Ganga explores the idea of play, childhood and innocence.
  • Video ThumbnailThis digital story was made by Kalpana from the Childrens Project Trust. In it she tells the story of a moment where she was 'lost in dance.'