Help These Students Create Animated Introductions to Atheism December 19, 2012

Help These Students Create Animated Introductions to Atheism

A group of students from the Savannah College of Art and Design (in Georgia) are trying to create a series of animated shorts that explain atheism in a clear, short, easy-to-digest sort of way, and they’ve started a Kickstarter campaign to raise the money they need:

The Animated Freethought Project aims to create a fun, funny, engaging, non-offensive and easily-accessible introduction to secular reasoning and life without God.

… The funds will go towards purchasing quality microphones and animation software (including the Adobe CS Suite and automatic lip-sync extensions to cut production time drastically).

Non-offensive?! I know. Disappointing to a lot of you. But soooo welcoming for so many if it works out. Check out their page and make a pledge if you like what you see!

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