We invite you to collect the memories of each one while recreating the link between the generations.
Interactive staging of your content
An innovative way to showcase your content by making it interactive. This solution can be used in many events or permanent situations: exhibitions, product launches, press presentations, museums, discovery trails, visual website scenography
Preserve your Heritage
Boîte à Histoires comes on site to make a film based on a previously validated scenario. Our specialties : capturing emotion, transmitting know-how, enhancing your intangible capital.
The “Made in Villages – A village, a school, stories
The “Made in Villages” is a project initiated by Boîte à Histoires and supported by the Regional Daily Press, the Ministry of National Education and the Association of Rural Mayors of France.
The villages of France are the memories of our country. Everyone, from the mayor to the youngest school child – participates in order to preserve the collective memory of their municipality.
A great way to create a bond between generations.
Children and residents retrace together the history of their community through videos and other formats. We then collect all this collective memory to preserve it and transmit it to Boîte à Histoires, the digital platform of your municipality.
Syma is a young woman with a rare talent: she is a storyteller. A tireless reporter, she travels France from village to village, meeting children so that they can tell her the 1001stories they have gleaned from their elders – in the streets, in school courtyards, and through tales and legends recounted at home. Syma then records them on her tablet, in her “story box”. Here is one of her adventures .
The Lions of Guillaumes
As I was leaving the Museum of Arts and Traditions in Guillaumes, set in the old Jewish ghetto located in the heart of the medieval village, I heard a small voice call out :
“Syma! Syma! Look ! “
It was Tylian, accompanied by a few children from Guillaumes, who showed me a group of six people chatting in front of the storefront of the J.B. Lions House.
“Who are these people?” I asked.
– He’s a man from America called Lions too! Cailin replied. He came to visit the village with his daughter.
– They are called Lions after the owners of the house and the cellar?
– Yes, I was told they are from the same family, she clarified. “
An American and his daughter in Guillaumes, accompanied by a few city officials who show him the village… Who could it be? It didn’t take much longer for me to decide to investigate!
With the help of Lazarus, Kendra, Cielle, and Jacob, my little helpers joining me after school, we then heard a very surprising story. Let me tell it to you.
Discovering a town
Today let’s visit the town of Guillaumes together