MONDAY MONEY MOVIES

Every monday we collect the videos we’ve seen in the previous seven days so that we can share them with youth leaders. If you have a facebook fanpage you can post these to them to create energy toward your cause. You can use these videos in programming as a talk illustration, bumper, or filler. I try to make┬árecommendations┬ábut it’s up to you. Enjoy.

Paranoid is a video that makes me laugh. You can use this in a variety of ways.

Here is Tucker the dog on the piano. Great announcement video possibilities.

Man dives 65 feet and hunts for fish on one breath. Play this and see which student in your group can hold their breath the longest. This man holds his breath for two and a half minutes. Geesh! Possible illustration – endurance.

Weightless Cats.

Russian Band, Everything is Made in China, produces a video with a cool effect.

Not for the squeamish.. magician jams a pencil into his hand and refuses to admit the error and pain.

I always love a great skate video. This one, A SKate Regeneration of Killian Martin, has the some amazing tricks.

What happens when it’s 22 degrees outside and you throw boiling hot water into the air?

This video, Encounter – Vintage Stop Motion, was shot in 1982 before CGI. It’s well done but the message of acting against the unknown has some teaching leverage.

And lastly, here we have two animation shorts that are music videos. You would only be able to use these as sharing fodder for students who dig this art form.
Clinic – Bubblegum

Cours Toujours

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