Interactive Film

Who do you think you really are?

Visit the Attenborough Studio in the Darwin Centre to experience our award-winning, interactive film about evolution, narrated by Sir David Attenborough.

Watch this video trailer: Get a sneak preview of the film. See an early human and a tree of life appear as if you were in the studio.

The interactive film is free and has curriculum links appropriate for KS4 and post-16 students.

Download pre-visit information and curriculum links PDF (760.6 KB)

Sit back and take part in a virtual journey where you'll see a dinosaur and an early human brought to life before your eyes, thanks to cutting-edge technology.

Experience augmented reality - the blending of computer graphics into real life - like you've never seen it before.

Duration: 50 minutes

Capacity: 60 places

Dates: schools-only screenings are on selected Mondays and Fridays.

Go to the events calendar to find forthcoming dates

Booking: book in advance by calling the Museum booking team on +44 (0)20 7942 5555.

Award-winning interactive film
Lucy in interactive film

Our interactive film has won a Premier Award at the Learning on Screen Awards 2011
Who do you think you really are? uses augmented reality to tell the story of our evolutionary past.
Read the film award news story

Watch the interactive film trailer

Interactive film Learning award 2011 logo

The British Universities Film and Video Council learning awards reward excellence in the use of moving image and sound in education.

 

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School bookings

Book all school activities in advance on +44 (0)20 7942 5555. Lines are open Monday-Friday from 8.30-16.00 during term time and 10.00-13.00 in the holidays.

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