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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.

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Creative Cluster

StoryFutures Creative Cluster creates and helps fund R&D projects with creative businesses in the Gateway Cluster and Greater London.

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Academy

StoryFutures Academy delivers cutting edge training in immersive technology and immersive storytelling for the traditional screen industries nationwide.

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News

Picture This Productions Launches the World’s First Multi-Sensory Augmented Reality Detective Game at the Mary Rose Museum

StoryFutures Creative Cluster, October 4th 2022

This summer, cluster SME Picture This Productions launched Time Detectives, the world’s first ever multi-sensory augmented reality game, at the Mary Rose Museum, Portsmouth.

StoryFutures Academy celebrates success with the latest ‘Bridge to Industry’ Scheme

StoryFutures Academy, September 29th 2022

Following the success of the first two projects supported by the first StoryFutures Academy and National Film & Television School (NFTS) Bridge to Industry scheme, a second round of the programme is going into production.

StoryFutures Academy Supports NFTS To Launch Successful Second Virtual Production Course

StoryFutures Academy, September 26th 2022

The National Film and Television School (NFTS) has opened applications for the new intake of its hugely successful Virtual Production Certificate programme. The part time, six month course welcomed its inaugural cohort of 15 students in January 2022.