Supporting innovation, R&D and training in immersive storytelling
StoryFutures and StoryFutures Academy: The National Centre for Immersive Storytelling place innovative storytelling at the heart of next generation immersive technologies and experiences. Both initiatives are funded by the UK government.
There are many ways in which we can help.
StoryFutures helps create and fund R&D projects with creative businesses in the Gateway Cluster and Greater London.
StoryFutures Academy delivers cutting edge training in immersive technology and immersive storytelling for the traditional screen industries nationwide.
StoryFutures Creative Cluster creates and helps fund R&D projects with creative businesses in the Gateway Cluster and Greater London.Learn more about the Creative Cluster
StoryFutures Academy delivers cutting edge training in immersive technology and immersive storytelling for the traditional screen industries nationwide.Learn more about the Academy
StoryFutures Academy, October 13th 2020
Your chance to secure a placement for a talented creative for your next immersive production. Companies registered must be able to take a funded creative on a live (commissioned) immersive production starting no later than March 1st 2021.
StoryFutures Academy, October 7th 2020
As part of BFI London Film Festival’s new immersive programme LFF Expanded, the LFF and StoryFutures Academy today announce an exciting new XR commission, Laika, directed by the Academy Award and BAFTA-winning Asif Kapadia (Senna, Amy, Diego Maradona).
StoryFutures Creative Cluster, October 7th 2020
The Royal Opera House (ROH) is putting on the first “hyper-reality opera”, Current, Rising, at the Linbury theatre in November, allowing audience members to step inside a production and have a “multi-sensory” experience involving sight, sound and touch, as well as “4D effects” such as wind.