Monday, March 18, 2013

A daring new indie film about young love and life in all its poignant, moving rawness.




(Well, a little educational filmlet I made for Becky about her mealworms. Still, it was moving, no?)

16 comments:

Rowena @ rolala loves said...

Very cool! I learned something about meal worms. Your girls are really lucky to have such a fun creative mummy :)

Rowena @ rolala loves

The Domestic Sweetheart said...

So cool! Love your video. Amazing :)

Birdie said...

Please don't release them. It is too much of a sad ending.

Sulky Kitten said...

Aren't you good at this? This was actually more entertaining than some recent cinema releases I've had to endure. If those meal worms are looking for an agent, they know where to find me.

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

Very cool video! The music in it was very moving; quite dramatic. Brought to mind black and white films way back when.

Had a little trouble watching it, though, with Mr. Robin banging against the window when he noticed the mealworms. His favourite. snack...

Christine Altmiller said...

"until some bird or lizard comes a long"...love the dark humor/reality there.
your videos are great! educational, entertaining, fun, wonderful music. You have it all...love story or not.

The Dainty Dolls House said...

This was so cool, I loved it!! xx

Miss Val's Creations said...

What a wonderful educational video! I do not like worms in the least bit but watching this film was very easy to endure. Nice work!

Claudia Aguilar said...

Cutest independent films! You're the best...you should make more of these :)

Magic Love Crow said...

Excellent little film! You have taught me somethings today! Thank you! I love my worms, when I am gardening ;o)

Kaja said...

Very instructive and a little bit sentimental film :) Nature has truly magnificent forms.
Love the music in the background!

Mr M. said...

Love it - An Oscar nomination possibly? ;-)

Beth said...

That's a wonderful little film, Janice---what an enjoyable way to learn about mealworms! All I knew of them before was that the Eastern Bluebirds that raise their young in the birdhouses we have here love the mealworm more than almost anything else. Perhaps when you release the little worms, it will be comforting to know that those little mealworms may help some new baby bird grow strong and healthy.

Dee said...

What a great little filmlet....Even I now look at the meal worm differently. The music goes well with your words. Well done.

ShannonAnn said...

I love this little filmlet, very educational, especially as I didn't know a thing about mealworms, and the music was captivating.
Happy spring!

AntiquityTravelers said...

You are the most amazing mom! I love that you do these for, and with your girls :) and I simply LOVE this music!!

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