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Free Time at Dorchester Skatepark

As part of the freetimeourstories.org.uk project young people from Thomas Hardye School worked with two professional filmmakers to make this film about the value of having a space to play freely, unsupervised by adults.

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Free Time at Dorchester Skatepark

As part of the freetimeourstories.org.uk project young people from Thomas Hardye School worked with two professional filmmakers to make this film about the value of having a space to play freely, unsupervised by adults.

Golborne Stories

Golborne Stories – A History of a Community, our latest film project, kicked off its interviews with Geoff Travis, founder of Rough Trade. digital:works is running a reminiscence group of local older people as well as using local networks to

Golborne Stories

Golborne Stories – A History of a Community, our latest film project, kicked off its interviews with Geoff Travis, founder of Rough Trade. digital:works is running a reminiscence group of local older people as well as using local networks to

Interviewee Paul Podolsky

One Thousand Views!

Lappings, Lemel & Sweeps – Stories from Hatton Garden, digital:works film made with jewellery students from across London has reached over 1,000 online plays within a month of going live. Added to the 120 people who turned up to the

Interviewee Paul Podolsky

One Thousand Views!

Lappings, Lemel & Sweeps – Stories from Hatton Garden, digital:works film made with jewellery students from across London has reached over 1,000 online plays within a month of going live. Added to the 120 people who turned up to the

postcard of Weymouth Ritz

Bringing Down The Curtain at Weymouth Pavilion

Interesting to hear how Weymouth Pavilion is back on the Council’s agenda. With them again proposing to close it down, this time to make way for a car park. In 2007 digital:works did a project with Westfield Technology College (as it was then called) and St Andrews Primary School about Weymouth Pavilion, as the council were looking for developers to take on this area and redevelop it. We trained the children in filmmaking techniques and interview skills. Together we made a film, which we have dug out of our archives.

postcard of Weymouth Ritz

Bringing Down The Curtain at Weymouth Pavilion

Interesting to hear how Weymouth Pavilion is back on the Council’s agenda. With them again proposing to close it down, this time to make way for a car park. In 2007 digital:works did a project with Westfield Technology College (as it was then called) and St Andrews Primary School about Weymouth Pavilion, as the council were looking for developers to take on this area and redevelop it. We trained the children in filmmaking techniques and interview skills. Together we made a film, which we have dug out of our archives.

Fabric of Our Town pattern book

Fabric of Our Town

This week sees the beginning of digital:works involvement in the Fabric of Our Town project. Working with Year 6 pupils on a film project.

Fabric of Our Town pattern book

Fabric of Our Town

This week sees the beginning of digital:works involvement in the Fabric of Our Town project. Working with Year 6 pupils on a film project.

outside Renoir cinema

Launch of Stall Stories films at Renoir cinema

A short film documenting the launch of our Stall Stories project. This was a celebratory event at the Renoir Cinema in Central London. Children from all four schools took part, along with participants in the films. It was a chance for each school to see what the other schools has produced and learn a little about the history of some of London’s oldest street markets.

outside Renoir cinema

Launch of Stall Stories films at Renoir cinema

A short film documenting the launch of our Stall Stories project. This was a celebratory event at the Renoir Cinema in Central London. Children from all four schools took part, along with participants in the films. It was a chance for each school to see what the other schools has produced and learn a little about the history of some of London’s oldest street markets.

Spread from the Camden New Journal

Camden New Journal

Nice mention by Dan Carrier in the Camden New Journal of our screening of the Stall Stories films at the Renior cinema in Brunswick Square.

Spread from the Camden New Journal

Camden New Journal

Nice mention by Dan Carrier in the Camden New Journal of our screening of the Stall Stories films at the Renior cinema in Brunswick Square.

interviewing a trader on Leather Lane market

Filming on Leather Lane Market

Filming with Primary School children from St George the Martyr Primary School on history of Leather Lane Market went very well. We recording over 50 oral histories for our Stall Stories project.

interviewing a trader on Leather Lane market

Filming on Leather Lane Market

Filming with Primary School children from St George the Martyr Primary School on history of Leather Lane Market went very well. We recording over 50 oral histories for our Stall Stories project.

film training by digital:works

Filmmaking training

As part of the Stall Stories project children from St George the Martyr Primary School have been receiving training in filmmaking, interview techniques and oral history. Under digital:works supervision they have been practicing these new skills, getting them ready for interviewing traders and shoppers.

film training by digital:works

Filmmaking training

As part of the Stall Stories project children from St George the Martyr Primary School have been receiving training in filmmaking, interview techniques and oral history. Under digital:works supervision they have been practicing these new skills, getting them ready for interviewing traders and shoppers.

filming crew

Exclusive film screening

On 15th June – Children from Gateway Primary School will be showing their film about Church Street Market on a specially equipped stall on the market.

Thanks to a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, children from Gateway Primary School have made a fascinating film about Church Street Market. Recording the history of this street market and capturing a vivid snapshot of the market as it is today.

filming crew

Exclusive film screening

On 15th June – Children from Gateway Primary School will be showing their film about Church Street Market on a specially equipped stall on the market.

Thanks to a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, children from Gateway Primary School have made a fascinating film about Church Street Market. Recording the history of this street market and capturing a vivid snapshot of the market as it is today.

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