The Caravan project consists of a team of two artists, Daniela Krajčová and Otto Hudec, who travel with a caravan equipped with animation technology through the predominantly Roma communities of eastern Slovakia. In workshops lasting several hours, they work with children to create animated films about life in Roma settlements, housing estates and villages. The stories depict the hardships and the feeling of exclusion from society, as well as many pleasant experiences and mutual help between children and adults. These films give viewers an outsider’s insight into the workings of these communities and are often accompanied by interviews with community centre workers, teachers or other specialists, often trying to offer an analysis of local social problems, sometimes even concrete solutions to these difficulties. The project has been active mainly in recent years, but the authors are not opposed to its rebirth.