Reimagine Remake Replay
Created for young people aged 16-25, Reimagine Remake Replay aims to connect young people and heritage through meaningful ways using creative media and the latest technologies.
Participants explore museum collections using various creative means such as virtual reality, creative writing, film-making, podcasting and more.
The project is delivered by a consortium including Nerve Centre, National Museums Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Museums Council and Northern Ireland Screen, and is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund’s Kick the Dust programme.
Derry~Londonderry & Belfast Creative Learning Centres
The Creative Learning Centres provide training, resources and advice to teachers and learners around digital technologies and creativity.
Using activities such as filming a chemistry experiment, creating a math-based computer game or 3D printing a historical monument, creative learning helps students think more deeply and learn about a subject.
The centres are independent and non-commercial, funded by the Department for Communities through Northern Ireland Screen and inspected by the ETI.
Foyle Film Festival
Now in its 33rd year, the festival is one of only a handful in the UK to be Oscar® and BAFTA accredited.
The prestigious Light In Motion (LIM) competition offers filmmakers, animators and artists a unique platform to screen their films, network with industry professionals and gain access to the international market.
As well as the main programme in November, Foyle Film Festival holds the Intercultural & Anti-Racism Festival in March, plus a Summer Programme. The festival also offers a number of workshops, educational screenings, outreach and special events.