Stones

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March 29, 2007 by Jeremy Williams

Stones DVD Cover

One month in, and we have our first short film made by Christians. The blurb from the Reaching the Unchurched Network:

‘Directed and produced by independent film maker Phil Mash, in association with RUN, these films are designed to raise questions, spark off conversation and promote discussion. They both have gospel centred messages involving various themes, but use the minimum of Christian language and terminology, while using the highest possible production values. This makes them highly accessible and ideal for mission/seeker events and Christian audiences alike.’

It’s the story of a guy carrying a load of rocks, and losing them in the sea, and was developed as an explanation of baptism. The metaphor is not new, but it’s very well done. Available on DVD from RUN.  You also get a contemporary dance piece as a bonus fim on the DVD, but I didn’t watch that…

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