Gospel.com Topics Feed - Anime 2012-02-28T09:42:44-05:00 GCI info@gospel.com /feeds/topics/anime/ Oscar & other prizewinning animation / video shorts illuminate truth using film http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/7232 2012-02-28T09:42:44-05:00 In all the hype about the Oscars, and the deserved accolades for The Artist, you may have missed the Oscar for best animation. It went to The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore, a quirky allegory about the healing nature of story. (And due to be released as a bookand phone app.) Watch the full 15-minute animation below, and after it, prizewinning The Porcelain Unicorn. Animated video shorts are unique and effective genre for Christian communication http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/6039 2011-11-01T12:05:09-05:00 This charming animated short illustrates some of the strengths of the genre to communicate well, especially without using dialogue. Why animation tells story like no other medium http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/5668 2011-09-21T11:20:21-05:00 Because animation is not photo-realism, it takes us into a magic parallel world of our imagination where anything is possible. Review: Studio Ghibli film Arrietty is beautiful at every level http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/5082 2011-08-24T11:44:52-05:00 Arrietty, the latest animation from Studio Ghibli: released in Japan in 2010, it came to Europe in early 2011 and UK/Australia in July. Sadly for N America, you'll have to wait till February 2012, for reasons I know not. Because it is a sheer delight. Pure treasure. The artwork and soundtrack are beautiful, detailed and subtle. My Last Day: new anime film tells the story of Jesus and Easter http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/4203 2011-04-25T14:34:56-05:00 History's most-translated film, JESUS, is now available in a unique translation. Instead of being in a different language, the new short film uses the Japanese animé format to tell the story of Jesus in a visual presentation familiar to Internet-savvy cultures. Cartoons, comics, animation and video clips for Christian evangelism http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/3416 2011-03-01T15:56:54-05:00 Cartoons, comics and animations are a key means of evangelism, as 'The blind missionaries' cartoon itself portrays clearly. Why are they so important? Using secular movies as a starting point in evangelism http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/2418 2010-08-27T05:15:04-05:00 Here are several examples of using movies to connect with outsiders. This strategy has huge potential, both online and offline. Watch too a trailer compilation of the wonderful Studio Ghibli films.