A Day in the Life of a Christian Vicar – What does a Christian Vicar do all day? TrueTube followed the Reverend Jane around with a camera to find out.
Charlie and Blue Do Some Soul Searching – Zippity-zip, let’s go on a trip! Charlie takes her favourite soft toy (and best friend) Blue back to school to see the display her class has made to show different beliefs about the soul. Does believing in a soul make someone behave differently?
My Body, My Rules – Maria is a little girl who likes singing, dancing and playing outdoors. She is perfect the way she is, so please don’t harm her body. This short film describes what Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is, and why it is wrong.
Krishna Vs. Kans – “Welcome to IBC with the hottest sporting action that ancient India has to offer. Next up it’s the all India, all comers, all-in wrestling. Excitement in the stadium is a fever pitch and it’s all because of one man: Krishna!”
Getting the Band Back Together – When a band splits up, it’s often up to the manager to get the members back together; but when a family falls out, what they often need is a Family Therapy session to help them listen to each other. This animation was made by a group of young people who have all benefitted from family therapy.
Courtesy of Biomation.
Mary’s Lullaby – If you’re the sentimental type, grab a hanky right now. Here’s a dramatic reconstruction of the Nativity to the accompaniment of a specially composed song. Happy Christmas!
Video footage courtesy of BigBook Media.
The song was written by Jessica Toogood and you can read the lyrics here.
The Resurrection – In the last of three films telling the Easter story, we see the events of Jesus’ burial and resurrection. The voiceover was written and performed by Thomas Hanigan and Daniel Flynn who won TrueTube’s Jesus Christ Voiceover Star competition in 2014.
The Crucifixion – In the second of three films telling the Easter story, we see the events of Jesus’ trial and crucifixion. The voiceover was written and performed by Mia Stoop who won TrueTube’s Jesus Christ Voiceover Star competition in 2014.
The Last Supper – In the first of three films telling the Easter story, we see the events of Palm Sunday, the Last Supper and Jesus’ arrest. The voiceover was written and performed by Amelia Weaver who won TrueTube’s Jesus Christ Voiceover Star competition in 2014.
A Rubbish Law – Fed up with dirty streets and rubbish all over the place? This animated film was made by Kerri from Solihull who won the Secondary category of the “Lights, Camera, Parliament!” competition in 2014. The Parliament Education Service asked young people aged 7-16 to submit a film that described a new law they would introduce in the UK, and Kerri suggested some ways to clean up our streets. You can find out more here.