Imaginative Storytelling Experiences Documentary

Imaginative Storytelling Experiences Documentary

‘Imaginative Storytelling Experiences’ is a short documentary film which explores the experiences shared between storyteller and audience towards encouraging lifelong imaginations including personas, dreamscapes, relating, improvising and countercultures.

This film features interviews with well-respected British storyteller and writer Sir Tony Robinson and a collection of his original audience members across the UK and Australia, as they revisit his 1980s performative storytelling program ‘Tales from Fat Tulip’s Garden’ in Epping Forest, London.

Developed between Sydney, New South Wales, Australia and London & Cornwall, England, UK the film was produced over one year and filmed at Epping Forest, London in April 2016.

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Director: Claire Stevens Twitter: @claire_bear_94

Writer and Producer Faye Miller, PhD Twitter: @feliqzm

Cinematography: Zack Langsdon Twitter: @zacklangsdon

Luca Parasiliti Twitter: @CinemaCraver

Sound Recording: James Chatwin Twitter: @jameschatwin1

Sound Design: Claire Stevens, AMPS

Co-Editors: Faye Miller and Claire Stevens

Colourist: Jake Graves Twitter: @jakemartingrave

Contributors: Sir Tony Robinson Twitter: @Tony_Robinson

Imaginative Storytelling Experiences from Claire Stevens on Vimeo.

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