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With the support of Twin Vision young animators from Alder Hey Children’s Hospital created a fantastic animation over a four month period. The participants who were receiving treatment in hospital came up with the ideas for the storyline designed the characters, made sets and props and helped film the animation also. please visit to see the resulting work of these creative and extremely talented young people.

On the red carpet giving an interview to Flicks in the City

The Twin Vision team got the celebrity treatment for the day when they were interviewed by lots of different digital television channels reporters and entertainment magazines after their film Echoes of Substance Misuse was voted Best Documentary Film 2013 first light Awards. Here’s what they and actor Art Malik had to say about Twin Vision’s achievements to Flicks in the City.

Twin Vision with actor Art Malik

The Twin Vision team get interviewed back stage alongside actor Art Malik most notable for  “The Jewel in the Crown and A Passage to India” shortly after he had presented them with their First Light Award for best documentary Film 2013

Moving Voices – Traditional Irish Traveller Dishes

Families have become film makers and learnt how to present their favourite traditional recipes that have been passed down from mother to daughter for generations. Our mouth watering films include the making of Coddle,  Spuds and Cabbage, Soda Bread, Potato Cakes and Pea Soup.  All these dishes can be cooked easily on the road with an open fire and continue to be enjoyed today.

To share your memories, thoughts and personal recipes and stories please get in touch.

Moving Voices – An Introduction

Twin Vision in collaboration with Merseyside’s Irish Traveller community have created a resource, which celebrates and archives the traditions, heritage and culture of Irish Travellers. Moving Voices is the first resource of its kind, providing an insight into the lives of generations of Irish Travellers who have chosen Liverpool as their home. The project celebrates the rich cultural heritage of the Irish Traveller community encompassing traditions of living through a unique archive of films, animations, oral histories and photographs passing on the knowledge as a rite of passage for the next generation to continue their cultural heritage.

The Irish Traveller sites in Liverpool have changed over time, and, as occurred in many places after the Caravan Site Act was rescinded in 1994 members of the community were encouraged to move into bricks and mortar accommodation. The Moving Voices project reflects the heritage not only of the residents residing in Tara Park but also that of Irish Travellers living in tiled accommodation throughout Merseyside.

Twin Vision would like to thank all contributors who embraced this worthwhile project and shared their heritage through personal stories and photographs, that have so carefully been passed down from generation to generation and might otherwise have been lost – Delaney, Doran, Doyle, McCann, O’Driscoll, O’Hare, Purcell, Sheridan, Toohey and Ward Families.

Twin Vision would like to thank our funders Heritage Lottery Fund and Liverpool City Council, and our partners Irish Community Care Merseyside and National Museums Liverpool.

To obtain a copy of the audio transcripts or share your memories, thoughts and stories, please get in touch.