Iona-Sky's film round up 31March - 6 April
I had been wondering about passing the baton onward and getting someone else (someone who can spell for example) to do the round ups from now on, but have decided to stick with it for now.
Usual disclaimer - this is merely what I watched some or all of and noted down at the time. My opinions are mine, (so feel free to completely ignore them at will) and I should point out that I am dyslexic so any spellings errors or other mistakes are entirely par for the course.
Feel free to let me know about new channels you have found or have created!
Evildea- more travels in Vietnam - also no shoes....is that an esperanto theme? https://youtu.be/A38YxsMpokA
Animated film with esperanto voice over and subtitles. Shepherds, a blocked chimney, forgotten hams...it's all going on here (OK I jest but it is quite well done if a little slow moving and the esperanto is very understandable). https://youtu.be/psMDsfSk7QE
Something to sing along to. Note the way that in songs the final 'o' of a word at the end of a line is often dropped to help with scansion and fitting the tune. Poems work that way too - it just adds to the flexibility and is a well understood convention among esperantists. https://youtu.be/uh6RNErFgRk
A fairly long game playing film re: - Wakfu... https://youtu.be/PFYyEF125jI
Zibi has not been well and videos ot us from the hospital - the good news is he is going home soon https://youtu.be/QT0nyod5b_Q
Very short snap shot of verdaj aferoj's life https://youtu.be/1r4QN3DyDmY
Language stuff gets a new camera, talks about recent meet-ups and forgets the accusative (so glad its not just me!) and includes the bloopers. https://youtu.be/Nmi1DmHMLcE
Miroslav discusses the challenges of wanting to learn foreign languages in the soviet bloc in the 1980's and his first encounter with the concept of Esperanto https://youtu.be/R1heZsaFrgs
A classical education and esperanto- what more can you want. Part one of the labours of Hercules https://youtu.be/gNW5IG2lQmc
Thanks Ionasky for sharing as usual. I enjoyed the video from Miroslav (first time watching their videos, I most likely wouldn't have stumbled upon it if you did not share it here) on learning languages in Czechoslovakia in the 80's, some of the statements in that video are quite Orwellian (ie : "si vi aûdacas skribi leteron eksterlanden, precipe okcidenten, dio gardu vian sorton, vi povas atendi hejme la viziton de polico pro kontraûŝtata krimo.")
Verdaj Aferoj's video in Warsaw, showing the Veturilo public bicycle system is interesting, seeing an Esperanto name in use in Poland.