These videos are really excellent– not only well-done artistically, but they explore a range of books — from classics to newly published.
Today we feature Agatha Christie’s classic murder mystery, And Then There Were None, produced in 2009 by Chloe Carlson, Davin Carlson, Marianna Hauglie, and Elizabeth Horner. It’s a great example of a teen trailer that does not necessarily have to have teens in it. I read this book when I was in 7th grade and loved it, and this trailer does a fabulous job of capture the gripping element of this eerie murder mystery. Well done!
The project is a collaboration between the Pima County Public Library and Volunteer Center of Southern Arizona, Voices: community stories past and present, Pan Left Productions, echoPark Productions, and the University of Arizona School of Media Arts.
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