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Job Title: Film & Digital Media Workshop Leader Bridge + Tunnel is seeking an enthusiastic, experienced, flexible and highly organised Film & Digital Media Workshop Leader to liaise with our charity team and deliver a series of community-engagement filmmaking workshops with hard-to-reach groups. This role will maintain the company’s excellent track record in […]
Change The Story is a digital storytelling empowerment project for young people at risk-of-offending, encouraging them to create digital stories inspired by their real-life experiences in fictional form.
I Am Nasrine teacher’s pack and workshop programme is an educational tool raising awareness around multiculturalism, migration and community belonging.
Our second feature film, currently in development.
In the shadows of the military and the macho culture of the South, the young soldier, 22, meets an older married woman, Anna, 47, who has been hired to help him recover while his brother is away. Angry and violent, the Young Man seduces Anna, who herself has deceived him, thereby unleashing a chain of events that will change their lives forever.
Our new catalogue for Last of the Dictionary Men has arrived and is available for purchase! Over the course of more than 100 years, thousands of seamen from Yemen settled in the small town of South Shields to work in the established maritime industry based on the rivers Tyne and Wear in the North East […]
New Job Vacancy Bridge + Tunnel Admin Guru (maternity cover- Full Time, 3 months) Job description Company: Bridge + Tunnel Productions / Bridge + Tunnel Voices Job Title: Administrator (Full-time) Salary: £ (Apprentice Scheme salary) Reporting to: Creative Director Location: Central Newcastle Bridge + Tunnel Productions and Bridge + […]
Nasrine could be, and is, any teenager. Events throw her world into revolution as circumstances beyond her control change her life forever. I Am Nasrine: A film about love, finding oneself & the eternal search for home. www.iamnasrine.com
Kurdistan’s first ever thriller film, “The Woman Who Captured Saddam”, is a featurette, which will be made through a unique collaborative process with a joint British-Kurdish team who will come together to produce a genre film with a twist.
Video / Photo Collaboration
How do we tell stories? How can we as filmmakers, photographers and citizen journalists communicate the horrors of conflict?
REFLEX 0.4 Regional Short Film Showcase At Cinemas across the north east Tuesday 22nd January to Tuesday 11th March 2008 Now in its fourth programme Tyneside Cinema’s REFLEX Regional Short Film Showcase begins a tour of the region’s cinemas. The Newcastle and Gateshead – based cultural cinema tours more of the most exciting and innovative […]
Bridge + Tunnel Productions, over three years, worked with this community to create Last of the Dictionary Men, an exceptional multi-disciplined exhibition which highlights the complexities of Modern British identity.
An exploration of friendship, masculinity and race which focuses on the relationship between Russ, a council worker from Newcastle, and the most famous person in the world, boxer Muhammad Ali.
Introducing an exciting new creative hub in Newcastle’s city centre. Bridge + Tunnel Studios is a multi-purpose space ideal for exhibitions, workshops, and meetings. It is available for short-term or longer fixed rentals at Curtis Mayfield House, Carliol Square, Newcastle upon Tyne. Situated on Floor 4 of Curtis Mayfield House, home of World Headquarters, Bridge […]
A community based project working with young refugee and asylum seekers from Tyneside, to produce a short film.
Community Media Project
Community project phase three of a unique experimental community arts project working to develop community drama and film projects.
A community based project working with young a diverse group of young people from Marine Park Primary School and Hadrian School in South Shields.
Community Web Narrative Project
An interactive web narrative project for Middle-Eastern asylum seekers and refugees based in the North-East of England to share their stories worldwide.
A tale of one young girl’s struggle to find new friends at a summer camp in Newcastle.
Wiki: An Interactive Website is a new project to create online stories to reflect young people’s real-life experiences in fictional form.
i-Kooch in Schools is a new educational project by Nomad Cultural Forum. This project aims to empower Kooch members to freely express their unheard narratives and encourage a positive dialogue with the local host community-in this case with young people.
Short Drama/Short Documentary
Wiki: Hope is a project produced by young people aged 16 – 25 in collaboration with media professionals to produce a website containing two engaging short films discussing migration and a collection of oral histories emphasising stories of migration.
Interactive Education Distribution Project
Using our feature film Ali in Wonderland as a backdrop this website will offer secondary schools an opportunity to learn more about the themes of the film through new media and interactive media.