Interactive Documentary is a new form of filmmaking that allows the viewer to choose the narrative and the flow of the story.


The viewer can experience the documentary in whatever shape or order the viewer wishes. It frees up the film maker to focus on capturing their subjects and does not impose their will on the viewer.The viewer then becomes part of the creative process whilst viewing the documentary.Trinity Vision has embarked on a series of documentaries for the iRIS Centre that will be available to view here over the next few months and years. It is hoped that these documentaries will add to the work that others have done in this field and explore new narratives and ways of telling peoples unique stories.

Magis 2014: Heads Hearts Hands, follows members of the Ignation family as they met in Dublin in August 2014 before embarking on experiences around Ireland. The interactive documentary is made of films directed by Prof. Graham Roberts and material provided by those who were involved in the Magis experience. Magis 2014 will continue to grow as new material is added in the year running up to Magis 2016 in Poland.

Joe Strummer Slept Here is based around The Clash’s Glasgow leg of their 1985 busking tour. We join Gillian on her journey from the moment her idols walked into her local with no place to stay. Written and Directed by Prof. Graham Roberts, Joe Strummer Slept Here is every Clash fan’s fairytale come to life.

Take One endeavours to put the power into the hands of children by giving them the unique opportunity to make films themselves. Trinity Vision then recorded their journey from initial ideas to public viewing. ‘Take One’ is a film by Dr. Stefano Odorico.

Mums Make Memories is a final year student project made in 2017.