Museums and Memory 1: Shane D’Allessandro’s ‘Contributions’ at the International Slavery Museum

We have been working on Whose History? for a year now - our first recce of the university's South Campus was in late August 2020. Since then, as we've developed the project and found our focus in the four films we'll be releasing next month, we've maintained our broader view on questions of how we … Continue reading Museums and Memory 1: Shane D’Allessandro’s ‘Contributions’ at the International Slavery Museum

Heritage city

On Wednesday 21 July, the very week we were filming 'Let Her Witness It' and '2600', Liverpool made international headlines when UNESCO announced the city was to be stripped of its World Heritage status, citing overdevelopment along the waterfront which constituted an "irreversible loss". The official UNESCO press release speaks in rather ignominious terms of … Continue reading Heritage city

Meet Sherry, Richard . . . and Sam Butterworth

Sam Butterworth's character designs for our characters Sherry and Richard, protagonists of 'eJoy of Cooking' Our fourth film in Whose History?, 'eJoy of Cooking', is a little different from the others in that it combines live scenes with animation. We're delighted and excited to be working with the brilliant animator and illustrator Sam Butterworth, who … Continue reading Meet Sherry, Richard . . . and Sam Butterworth