Submissions 2021

The Heritage in Motion Awards recognises innovative multimedia projects which promote, explore or safeguard Europe’s cultural heritage, and open up exciting new routes for audiences into heritage collections. The deadline for the current competition is the 1st of August.

All Category Winners

  • Film & Video

    Tom Brink

    What if, on 12 June 1942, Anne Frank had got a video camera as a birthday present, instead of a diary? Instead of writing diary letters, she would have made video recordings. The camera would have been her diary. She would have vented in front of the camera, talked about her insecurities, anger, desire, love, fears, and hope. She would have talked about the world she lived in, the Netherlands under German occupation, the anti-Jewish measures, and life in the Secret Annex. She would have filmed the Secret Annex, the people who lived there with her, and the helpers. Anne Frank video diary consists of fifteen episodes. The video series is in Dutch, with subtitles in 9 languages. All …

Shortlist

  • Film & Video

    The project HERITALES – International Heritage Film Festival was born in 2016 in the city Évora (Portugal) to promote the dissemination of heritage through entertaining supports in leisure time, using narratives of artistic and playful nature (photography, games, theatre, performances, gamification, interactive media). The seventh art it's our primary focus. Through cinema, animated films, short films and documentaries, Heritales shows material and immaterial heritage, artistic, historical and anthropological knowledge of different cultures. Focused on the dissemination of material and intangible heritage, it shows forms of life, architectures, ways of educating in uses and customs, …

  • Film & Video

    Buckled Cranium

    Audiovisual enhancements to an historic building tour ‘HOME’ is a 24 minute animated film made in the style of the copper-plate etchings in the illustrated newspapers of the 1840’s. ‘HOME’ provides the climax to a suite of three audiovisual installations on the guided tour route through the Carrickmacross, Workhouse. ‘‘HOME’ personalises the statistics the Great Irish Famine (1846-1849). And details the brutal workhouse regime. The film’s unnamed protagonist is based on Rose Sherry, who has over 300 living descendants in Australia. Many have traveled to Carrickmacross to honour the courage and resilience of Rose, who was a much loved matriarch. ‘HOME’ highlights the forgotten story of …

  • Film & Video

    Cormac McCarthy

    This series of digital media films is innovative as it uses modern non-conventional means not usually employed in a heritage setting (i.e not research or technical based) to convey the importance of waterways heritage and peoples sense of place and connection with the natural and built environment. In addition to promoting the valuable work of communities along the inland waterways it also had the added benefit of promoting the waterways as objects that inspire scientific research, citizen science, advocacy, accessibility and community engagement

  • Film & Video

    Tom Brink

    What if, on 12 June 1942, Anne Frank had got a video camera as a birthday present, instead of a diary? Instead of writing diary letters, she would have made video recordings. The camera would have been her diary. She would have vented in front of the camera, talked about her insecurities, anger, desire, love, fears, and hope. She would have talked about the world she lived in, the Netherlands under German occupation, the anti-Jewish measures, and life in the Secret Annex. She would have filmed the Secret Annex, the people who lived there with her, and the helpers. Anne Frank video diary consists of fifteen episodes. The video series is in Dutch, with subtitles in 9 languages. All …

All Submissions

  • Film & Video

    Kima Maskovska

    Legends and facts - true stories of how the historical heritage of Latvia's buildings came to be, how it will be in the future. Who was behind the great ideas and examples of architecture. What it meant for that time when it was made and what it means now. How does the heritage travel and live throught the buildings? Take the opportunity to look into the sepreate stories of Dailes theatre and Museum of Literature and Music told by artistic director Viesturs Kairišs, master of art Vita Banga, "Made" architect Miķelis Putrāms, architectural restorer Ināra Heinrihsone, architect Renāte Truševksa and museum director Iveta Ruskule.

  • Film & Video

    GRIMMWELT Kassel

    GRIMMWELT Kassel At GRIMMWELT Kassel, opened in 2015, visitors can follow the traces of Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, the famous fairy tale collectors and linguists. Valuable originals – for example first editions of their “Children’s and Household Tales” – are on show in the exhibition’s treasure chamber. Jacob und Wilhelm Grimm’s personal working copies with their handwritten notes dating from 1812-1815 were declared to be “Memory of the World” documents by UNESCO in 2005. 5th & 15th anniversary In 2020 GRIMMWELT Kassel celebrated its 5th anniversary and the 15th anniversary of the declaration of the “Children’s and Household Tales” to be a “Memory of the World” by UNESCO. Therefore, …

  • Film & Video

    Novena d.o.o.

    Making a 3D model of the Rector's Palace in Dubrovnik according to historical data on the development of the building. 3D animation of development and reconstruction through the period from the 13th to the 17th century.

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