All Submissions

  • Film & Video

    The Museum Robbery movie  was inspired by the silent era of the film history. We tried to create an entertaining black-and-white slapstick comedy to promote West Bohemian Museum in Pilsen - and it seems to work...

  • Website

    www.tanzfonds.de is the website for the promotional fund TANZFONDS ERBE, which the German Federal Cultural Foundation launched in 2011 in order to finance artistic projects dedicated to the cultural heritage of dance. The agency in charge of the fund is the non-profit company Diehl+Ritter gUG. The Website brings together a wealth of documentary information. This video documentation offers an insight into how a contemporary approach to intangible heritage can look. It provides journalistic and academic contributions to the heritage debate as well as helpful tools for choreographers. Its target audience is the general public as well as dance scientists, dance artists and other experts.

  • Film & Video

    The story of a show room is the History of the earth and its people. Knowing that, Albergaria City Council created an exposition about Cine-Theatre Alba’s history and memories and for that purpose a documentary that has the same name was produced. Many of this city families and their generations passed through this room, therefore, having that in mind for the creation of this work and the first exhibition, we did not forget the experiences and the belonging feelings . Several former employees and associates were invited to participate in this project, counting with their knowledge, memories and illustrating the history of a particular place that marked their life. Our experience tells …

  • Games & Interactive experiences

    The exhibit Your teenage bedroom reimagined is the key interactive installation of an exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversaryof 3FM - one of Holland’s main public radio channels. Visitors are asked to create a personal profile and a videomapping installation re-creates their teenage bedroom.

  • App

    Aelius and the time portal is an interactive history lesson developed for children in the 3rd and 4th grade of primary school. The lesson is aimed at schools located in Dutch cities with a Roman history. The lesson shows young pupils that deep underneath their own feet there is a large amount of Roman objects, Roman buildings and Roman stories to be found. During the interactive history lesson, pupils help a young Roman boy and learn about the local history of their neighbourhood and Roman history in general.

  • 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.

  • Film & Video

    On the occasion of his 500th anniversary, John Calvin has being honoured all over the world: in Europe, South Africa, Korea, the United States, and even Cuba, where a bust of him has been unveiled in Havana! The exhibition on Calvin organised by the International Museum of the Reformation in Geneva offered visitors an opportunity to “read” Calvin through eight snapshots, taken at different moments of a very full day, which revealed the essence of his charisma, especially the hidden ones: his tenderness, his great modesty, his fierce, at times violent, authority, his desire to create a perfect society and his remarquable talents as a teacher, orator and writer.

  • Film & Video

    - A narrative about the Danish architect Martin Nyrop and his masterpiece, the City Hall of Copenhagen, built 1893-1905. A dramatic and exciting story deeply rooted in both Danish and Italian history of architecture and culture.

  • Games & Interactive experiences

    Relive the past using the tools of the future!…  reconstruction of the city and fortress of Luxembourg Anno 1867  in a virtual reality.