Hopeinfo and iMatter

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March 31, 2008 by Jeremy Williams

hope.jpgHopeinfo.co.uk has been relaunched with a number of new films. The latest ‘girl musing on train’ Big Hope is quite similar to the ‘man musing on bus’ Fresh Hope, but it does have a vox-pops start that roots it in real life, and it should be widely useful in mainstream churches.

There’s also the iMatter series of ordinary people talking about their own hopes, and I quite like these. I was particularly impressed with Working on Hope, about a guy who works at a dockyard. Perhaps I’m easily and boyishly impressed by big machines moving in the dark, but it really is very well filmed.

There are six films on Hopeinfo at the moment, all downloadable. The four iMatter films are also available on DVD from RUN.

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