My Place: A Northern Ireland Archive Filmmaking Project

22 Jan 2021

4 mins
My Place NI Archive Project
My Place NI Archive Project

My Place is Into Film's exciting new archive filmmaking project, created for young people from Northern Ireland aged 14-19 years old.

The project endeavours to virtually interview residents of a Belfast care home asking to hear all about their memories of growing up in Northern Ireland, their wisdom and any other tales they have to tell. The safety of all participants is crucial to us at Into Film so this process will not involve any physical contact with the residents.

We then invite young people to attend four remote sessions with a professional filmmaker between mid-February and March where they will use archive video footage to edit and enhance the recorded interviews.

The finished film will be displayed to the public, and shared widely amongst the care home residents, their families and staff. This is together with being distributed and promoted across the region.

Do you know anyone aged 14-19 years old that might be interested?

To sign, you just have to complete the below application form and return it to

Or should you have any further questions please don't hesitate to get in touch with us at the same email address.



My Place Application Form

My Place NI Archive Project

Size: 1.2mb

My Place NI Archive Project

You may also be interested in...

Viewing 4 of 4 related items.

Into Film Clubs

Into Film Clubs

Find out everything you need to know about starting an Into Film Club.

News details

Want to write for us?

Get in touch with your article ideas for the News and Views section.