|Title:||"Why Did the Duck Cross the Road?"|
|Synopsis:||Ever wondered why the DUCK crossed the road? In this stop-motion animation clay film discover the reason why as a kind old man, Mr. DoWrinklebon, meets a desperate duck who learns the importance of NOT becoming pridefully caught up in yourself.
Don't think more highly of yourself then you ought. For pride goes before destruction, and haughty spirit before a fall - while humility leads to honor.
(see Romans 12:3, Proverbs 16:18 and 15:33)
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Included on our DVD "Ponder Pictures Presents Episode 1 - Pride and Humility"
|Directors Notes:||This award-winning film features Mr. Duck's first appearance.
The original story actually started as a home school writing assignment of mine.
When I first made the film I didn't really have any other plans for Mr. Duck . . . but that would soon change.
While making the film I really saw the Lord's incredible faithfulness in so many ways. And I know that it is only because of his goodness and grace that this film was ever made!
I'm very excited because since that summer of 2005 the Lord has given me and my family several ideas for new episodes and adventures with Mr. Duck that we look forward to producing in the coming years.
It's incredible to see what God has done and to look ahead and think what he is going to do as we continue to seek and trust Him. To Jesus Christ be all the glory and honor, forever!
Those who know your name will trust in you, for you, LORD, have never forsaken those who seek you.
If you would like to learn more about the making of this film check out the "Duck"umentary we made.
|Category:||Stop-motion / Clay Animation / Color|
|Credits:||Written and Directed by - Spencer Weaver
Animation by - Spencer Weaver
Music recorded and preformed by - Terry Valley, Spencer Weaver, Dylan Weaver, Chris Anderson
Voice Acting - Spencer Weaver, Dylan Weaver
I'd like to extend an extra thank you to my family for all their help and support in making this film.
And a special thank you to my oldest brother, Brandon Weaver, for all his help and encouragement to me over the years.