SHORT FILMS TO INSPIRE THE WORLD’S YOUTH.
The “V” Channel will build a library of “V” Videos—hundreds of creative, entertaining and inspiring short films that infuse the what, why and how of virtues with originality, insight and emotion.
Featuring positive role models, each video will be a catalyst for meaningful conversations on how to make responsible, moral choices, and how virtues can be used to achieve personal goals without hurting others along the way.
We are raising money to finance films made by talented students and professional filmmakers. In the meantime, we’ve made a few prototypes using friends and family as cast and crew. Despite their homemade quality, the following examples demonstrate how “V” Videos can inspire kids of all ages to choose goodness.
EXAMPLES FOR PARENTS:
A busy mother recognizes a “Super” teachable moment and teaches her young son TRUSTWORTHINESS.
An impatient city girl learns PATIENCE with the help of her violin (and her father).
EXAMPLES FOR YOUNG ADULTS:
A young man loses his temper, resulting in tragic consequences. Now, he must learn DETACHMENT.
Thanks to Dad, two friends practice MODERATION and MODESTY while on spring break.
WARNING: VIDEO CONTAINS EXPLICIT IMAGES.
EXAMPLES FOR KIDS AND TEENS:
Two animated drinking straws—one flex, one not—help kids understand FLEXIBILITY.
When his mural gets white-washed a street artist learns about RESPECT.
SCRIPTS IN DEVELOPMENT
ASPIRING FILMMAKERS WANTED!
If you are interested in making a “V” Video email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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As we raise additional funding we’ll produce new content and improve our website. Our goal is to build a world-class online destination and social media network offering ‘virtuous edutainment’ for viewing at home, in school, and on mobile devices.
Explore some of the content we’ve created so far:
THE “V”CHANNEL IS A 501(c)(3) NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION.
©2015 THE “V” CHANNEL CORPORATION.
Special thanks to The Family Virtues Guide, by Linda Kavelin Popov with Dr. Dan Popov Ph.D., and John Kavelin, and The Virtues Project, a global grassroots initiative to inspire the practice of virtues in everyday life.