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Spirit Clips: Send a Movie Greeting to Someone You Love

posted by Kris Rasmussen

Though I may be a little late to appreciate the trend, I have become really fascinated with the whole explosion of movie content on the web these days. There’s a new company headed up by Oscar winner Rob Fried that allows you to watch, and send to someone else, a variety of short films.Instead of sending someone an electronic greeting card , Spirit Clips are short films– usually 2-4 minutes in length–that you can send to a friend with a personalized greeting. But these short films, which cover a wide range of inspirational topics, have other possible uses as well. There are also Bible study guides for purchase to go with some of the films in case church groups want to use the movies for small group talks as sermon starters.I previewed several of the short films on the site and was surprised by the quality. Spirit Clips seems to have found a niche by providing an option that falls somewhere in between an unfiltered site like YouTube and a more religious, sometimes more cheesy, site like GodTube. The films on Spirit Clips are clean and embrace traditional values, but aren’t preachy.Click on the video below for a taste of what Spirit Clips has to offer.



  • Star Li

    I also love this site! “Sally” is pretty great but my favorites are “Cracked Pot” and “La Cachette.” The soundtrack music for all of the SpiritClips films is really very amazing as well!

  • Joni

    This moved me to tears.

  • http://www.randykazandy.com Rhonda Fischer

    How do I get started with this?

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