I also opened thread regarding that topic at central Interslavic discussion forum
> An movie contains "running pictures" (motion) which triggers
> learning very well. That single pictures are named "frames" and can
> be extracted very easy by specialized software i.e.
. Any picture
> contains an idea, better named "frozen circumstance
> To promote some conlang someones need to create learning material
> which others can grasp/learn easely. Often this is done by creating
> some story which hidden guides the interested people into that
> regarding conlang. So far, as good. To enrich that story often
> conlang promoter draw pictures
> So far, as good and often done. Problem with drawn pictures seems
> that most learners can not identify with that drawn comic persons.
> Best would be to enrich that learning story with real persons means
> to create a movie version of that learn story how i.e. it was done
> with Gerda malaperis
> Well, so far, as good. Of course, Gerda Malaperis and Valkaama
> movies are type of like movie students do with which I don't wanna
> devalue their work.
> Regarding Valkaama. Okay, to someones who expect bang-bum-Hollywood,
> of course those will be disappointed. Valkaama more comes close to
> Scandinavian movie style i.e. Wallander film series
. But, hey,
> regarding conlang issue: It doesn't matter very much to create
> Hollywood-burner movie to promote some conlang. The whole Valkaama
> movie can be downloaded as full source MKV
container. Of course it
> needs lot of creativity to convert that movie source into some
> conlang learning material. But in my opinion its a fantastic gift to
> promote its own prefered conlang.
> *use hma
if movie is blocked in your country.