Our Team

StoryTrails will see 17 creatives making augmented reality story trails across city centres, 15 building immersive installations which will map the emotional geography of a location, nine developing VR experiences and nine taking on a professional placement in one of the StoryTrails partner organisations.

The practitioners will have unprecedented access to archive material from the BFI, national and regional film archives across the UK as well as the BBC, with a remit to reimagine screen heritage for the future of the UK’s screen based industries.

50 Creatives

A team of 50 creative media practitioners have been recruited and trained by StoryFutures Academy to tell the stories of 15 communities through state-of-the-art immersive technologies in new and surprising ways.

Their varied roles include creating augmented reality trails across city centres, building immersive installations which will map the emotional geography of a location, or taking on a professional placement in one of the StoryFutures partner organisations. 

All roles involve working as part of a project with unprecedented access to archive material from the BFI, national and regional film archives across the UK as well as the BBC, with a remit to reimagine our screen heritage for the future. Full training in immersive technology has been provided alongside access to state of the art equipment, production support and production credits for their work.

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