We are asking people of all ages from across Merseyside to come to the Museum of Liverpool on Saturday 15 October to get involved with an interactive filmmaking experiment which will be staged in The People’s Republic gallery offering fantastic views of the Pier Head.
The Pier Head Time Warp project aims to create a film that mixes old and new footage of the Pier Head together, to create a looping video mix that will take the audience on a journey through time.
If you have any old or new video footage of the Pier Head and would like to be involved in this collaborative video project, we are inviting you to contribute this so that it can be used during this family friendly event to create a new film.
Whether you have footage or not, and would like to take the role of editor during this unique film experience, pop along to the Museum of Liverpool between 12 and 4pm on Saturday 15 October to try your hand, using simple software to create something very special that will be shown on gallery during the day.
You can share your clips with us two ways…
If your video is online already
Email a link to your online video to this address
If your video isn’t online already, or you would like to send us video from your phone.
Attach it to an email to this address. Videos being emailed to this address must be under 20MB.
How will my video be used?
By sharing your video you will be giving us permission to use on the Pier Head Time Warp event on the 15th of October, so that families taking part will have the opportunity to create a unique video collage using the contributed video footage. Footage of the video created at the event will be archived as part of the Museums video collection.