Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Where the &%$%# is Matt?

From Presentation Zen, is the video from Where the Hell is Matt? which is a very interesting digital story, although it contains no voice-over. I'm not sure why I like it, and what it all means, but it is strangely uplifting. What it does do is make a very nice use of imagery which is coupled with a very nice musical choice. Everytime I watch it I see something new; I also find myself somewhat envious of all the places he has been.

I'll probably include this in my digital storytelling presentations and ask participants about the ability of visuals to convey emotion.

There are some additional movies at the YouTube site that are parodies which are worth a look, but what I think is more important is the format displayed in the story. I'd like to see kids give this a try-with a different name of course!

Be sure to check out the look the first dog in Germany gives him....

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