My latest Netflix kick is silent movies, so I was thrilled to find this awesome film created by children for a film-making camp. It's under four minutes, and is a silent movie version of Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book. I'm amazed at the subtleties of how they captured the look and feel of classic silent horror films, and not just by using computer tricks in post production. It's seriously eerie, but done with a wink and a smile.
This is a great achievement. Neil Gaiman even tweeted the video and posted it on his blog. Great job, kids! Keep making awesome films! Hooray for children using their summer to create art!