(CBS News) I normally don't post pieces that run on the longer side here at The Feed, but this one is simply too good to pass on. Listen as a 6-year-old boy tells the story of a bear and a mouse above that includes a lesson that we can all learn from. You really need to watch this one.
The wonderfully creative video entitled "the Scared is scared" was told by 6-year-old Asa Baker-Rouse and created by Bianca Giaever who writes about it:
I asked a six year old what my movie should be about, and this is what he told me.There's an almost Wes Anderson style and sensibility to the short (but by no means in a derivative manner). And the universal concept of what it means to be "scared" for both children and adults, and way to confront it is uplifting, sweet and a shared experience by us all. A big triple-rainbow salute of storytelling excellence goes out to Bianca Giaever and all of the people involved in this wonderful work from all of us here at The Feed! And if you'd like to check out more work from Bianca Giaever, be sure to visit her Vimeo page by clicking here.