Short films about online dating

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Just like having a virtual wingman by your side, it takes the hassle and stigma out of dating and paints a better picture of you as a person.Your friends can even recommend other singles on the site to you, and it doesn't matter who starts the process - your friend can add you, or you can join up and simply give us your friend's email address.Continue reading This July I will be giving teacher training courses on how to use film and video in the language classroom, aimed at in-service teachers.The course language will be English but the course is suitable for teachers of any languages. Continue reading This ELT lesson plan is designed around a short video titled “All That We Share” by Danish TV channel TV2Danmark.This ELT lesson plan is designed around a short video by Story Corps in which a transgender child talks to his mother, and the theme of transgender children.Students practise vocabulary starting with the prefix “trans”, discuss questions related to …"Fantastic, I'd have never joined up to online dating if it wasn't for a friend of mine who set me up on your site. I've never been a fan of writing about myself or trying to 'big' myself up...... " "I met a total hunk on MSF, very true to his profile and one of the most gentlemanly men I have ever met!

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When reports surface that a giant creature is destroying Seoul, she gradually comes to the realization that she is somehow connected to this phenomenon.

A perpetual third wheel and awkward outsider, Joanna increasingly inserts herself into the relationship of her more charismatic roommate Isabel. See full summary » This very short film is made up of 5 chapters which each deliver a small moment of technology in a wider flow of a narrative.

Instead of mocking those using technology in the ways we see, the film manages to make them appear absurd but yet still very much showing just a normal situation that all of us can relate to – maybe not the specifics perhaps, but certainly in general.

Photographing food; making a mistake to expose our online habits to others; not paying attention to where we are going; dropping our phone into water; inappropriately timed focus on our phones etc etc.

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