Submissions 2015

This year is the second edition of the international competition to highlight multimedia use at cultural heritage in Europe -The Heritage in Motion Awards. Heritage in Motion grants awards and celebrates the best multimedia achievements and products -through varied, creative and innovative means, in order to draw attention to the value of Europe’s cultural and natural heritage in all its facets.

All Category Winners

  • Film & Video

    The multimedia mapping tells the course of the historic event – 16th century Peasant Revolt. Matija Gubec was one of the most charismatic peasants’ leaders in this part of Europe and one of the most popular Croatian historical characters ever. He is the central character around whom the story is built. Chosen verses from the famous Balade Petrice Kerempuha (Ballads of Petrica Kerempuh) of the author Miroslav Krleža (one of the most famous Croatian writers) are interpreted by a well-known actor Vid Balog. The characters mentioned in literature were projected on the monument simultaneously. Later, while reciting 17th century Habdelić’s description of the 1573 peasants’ revolt, in which he …

Shortlist

  • Film & Video

    Colours and Sounds of Bursa is a project of Bursa Metropolitan Municipality aiming to celebrate the cultural diversity and richness of Bursa.

  • App

    Rock Opera’s journey through time describes an episode of Scotland’s history as seen through the eyes of Sarah, a ten-year old girl. During her adventures she discovers the struggles between James Hutton and Robert Jamieson, encountering singing rocks, talking crows and a boxing match in her riotous exploits.

  • Film & Video

    The 3D-stereoscopic movie The Imaginarium of Master Bernink takes you into the enchanted daily life of shoolmaster Bernink in the early 20th century. It was made for the small-town natural history museum “Natura Docet” which Bernink founded, and it shares Berninks unflagging passion for the nature of his native region with the visitors. The movie, done on a very tight budget due to the limited funds of this small museum, drives home the message of the entire museum: watch closely, and with passion, and the wonders of your everyday surroundings will reveal itself to you, as they did to Bernink. (this video: short fragments in 2D)

  • Film & Video

    The Second World War in 100 Objects was a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition made possible through the unique cooperation of twenty-five Dutch war and resistance museums. The exhibition was on display in the Kunsthal in Rotterdam from 5 February through 5 May 2014 and could also be visited online on the website tweedewereldoorlog.nl (second world war online). The website was awarded  a Webby Award 2014 for best website of a cultural institution and a silver Lovie for best home/welcomepage.

All Submissions

  • Film & Video

    The Batana Eco-museum through its varied research programmes based on knowledge, respect for cultural heritage and dialogue, inclusion, innovation, its interdisciplinary approach and use of multimedia evaluates, protects, interprets, recreates, presents and communicates tangible and intangible maritime heritage and actively reinforces the cultural identity and uniqueness of Rovinj. The Eco-museum’s mission and main goals are conveyed and implemented through its principal elements: Spacio- an old canteen, the little shipyard in front of the Museum, two thematic routes, the regatta of traditional wooden boats and The House of Batana, local title muòstra, the central interpretation and …

  • Film & Video

    Two Delhi natives who now live in Glasgow tell their stories of the two cities they are proud to call home, talking about what Indian culture has brought to Glasgow. This film celebrates the cities of Delhi and Glasgow sharing the world stage at the 2010 Commonwealth Games as the Games’ flag was handed over from one city to the other event. Currently on display at Riverside Museum, Glasgow.

  • Film & Video

    Water-colour pictures were drawn by russian children on a tale written by Vladimir Odoevsky in XIX century. At that period musical boxes were very popular and museum restorer Mikhail Guriev kindly demonstrated how the heroes of the tale looked like: bells, small hammers, cylinder and spring-princess, as well as their real sounds. Dreaming boy has appproached the wonderfull shuff-box so close that he saw a misterious life inside...

  • Film & Video

    A short film describing life at a fishing station in the far north of Shetland. Narrated by the last person to be born at Fethaland, the film uses archive images and the sounds of Shetland to tell of a way of life that has now long gone.