I’m hoping this is useful to people working in museums or with film archives…. I’ve written about Rhondda Lives! here before. This is a Valleys Kids Project, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, BBC Wales and the National Sound and Screen Archive of Wales. I led a workshop held at Valleys Kids’ Soar Chapel at the end of November. This was a novel kind of digital storytelling experience because it fits edited, considered but unscripted personal reminiscence with existing archive footage shot in the Rhondda Valley between 1926-1986 or so. I’ll post a link to the stories from Aberth when they’re live. Step 1 – attend public screening at Valley’s…
Step 1: make your own a 60-second movie, based on the theme ‘unite’. Step2: register and enter. Step 3: there’s no Step 3. P.S. here’s the film that won last year‘s BAFTA. There’s a Wales category and winner too.