Posted by: riverchilde | August 24, 2011

Rudy Valentino in the Garden of Eden

As I toy with ideas about using video storytelling as a means of having teens learn/tell/share/teach biblical stories and how they connect with their own stories, I continually find new and creative ways in which people are video-packaging stories. This silent-movie treatment of Star Wars has me thinking about the possibilities of using this art form in new ways.

And here’s another new-take-on-an-old-art-form: While this video uses paper-cuts to re-tell the Star Wars story, it reminds me a lot of Sunday School flannelboards. I wonder if there are any of those around anymore to repurpose this way?

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