Category Archives: video
My daughter Kate is an actor, student, and exceptional receptionist in Los Angeles, and has worked on several short films recently. Here’s one that I enjoyed. SHOOPS from Justin Edwards on Vimeo.
I admire artists who use their skills to add beauty to the world. And sometimes the job of an artist is to highlight truth, even if it’s ugly. Some of the best artists simply take the elements that are around … Continue reading
God’s art, the movement of the Milky Way galaxy, captured by a video artist. The Mountain from Terje Sorgjerd on Vimeo.
Eric Whitacre offers a second virtual choir, selecting thousands of singers from online auditions, then blending them all together to produce a masterwork. His previous work is seen here. The current piece, Sleep, is written by Whitacre.
…in this video. Looks like a lot of fun! And I understand they filmed it in one take.
The video gives a good introduction to the Passion Play in Oberammergau, Germany. I traveled there recently with a group of 11 others from our area to see the play and enjoy the Alps of Bavaria and Austria. The play … Continue reading
A class act and a great musician, Louis Armstrong.
As a pastor in a mainline progressive denomination, I sometimes long for deeper engagement in worship. We Protestants can be a pretty stiff and stodgy group, worshiping with the same order of worship this week as we had the week … Continue reading
The earth is the Lord’s and all that’s in it, the world, and those who live in it; for God has founded it on the seas, and established it on the rivers. –Psalm 24 It’s the 40th anniversary of Earth … Continue reading
The internet can bring people together in very interesting ways. This virtual gathering of choir geeks is the result of auditions through webcams for music selected and conducted on video. Those selected recorded their parts following the direction of the … Continue reading
Preparing for this weekend’s sermon about finding certainty in the midst of chaos– that’s what faith can help us with– I suddenly remembered the incident from a few years ago where a young woman (a single mother) was held hostage … Continue reading
I love these short films that are shot with tilt-shift focus. This one features New York City, filmed with a very narrow band of focus that fools the eye into seeing miniatures. The Sandpit from Sam O'Hare on Vimeo. Click … Continue reading
From Regina Spektor’s new album, Far No one laughs at god in a hospital.No one laughs at god in a war.No one’s laughing at god when they’re starving or freezing or so very poor. No one laughs at god when … Continue reading
Video on blog main page.