When Harold Ramis died it was a sad day for me. He was one of the actors in some of the first films I ever watched. As I sit typing away at my work on inculturation and Anglican liturgy I have Ghostbusters on the TV to keep me company. I had forgotten all about this
Sten has come up with a lovely little clip of Jesus in the wilderness using lego. Bravo! Encore!
This is a beautifully done look at the nativity. Again this is from Igniter Media who aren’t very open source with their resources. If you would like a version that doesn’t have a watermark you will have to pay the piper.
I’ve a few videos to share with you before your christmas services. If you remember last year there was a social media video of the nativity. This one is more poignant than the comedy one. They are both from Igniter Media. Sadly they aren’t very open source with their resources. If you would like a
For a while I’ve been looking at social media as a communication tool. You will have noticed that I have posted many blogs about the ways in which the internet can create a sensation that either builds up or destroys its target. This flash mob video is a great example of how something can spread like wildfire and
I’m not a big delerious fan but I came across this video via @EasterLIVE and I think it is really good. I may use it Easter morning.
This film has a strange beginning but keep going. It is all about that entrepreneur we harbour inside but expressed through our art. I haven’t seen anything so affirmatory in a loooooooong time!
We decided to leave the packing and go to the cinema. Tropic Thunder wasn’t as good as I hoped but it was worth it just for the fake trailer to Satan’s Alley!
I went to see The Dark Knight on Monday and it was really good. Heath Ledger’s performance was amazing – this is what a truly psychotic mad man is supposed to be like!! I highly recommend going to see it for that alone. I also loved the messianic under/overtones. My only criticism is that since