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The Storykeepers has been translated into 25 languages and seen on TV in 90 countries. This is an animation series for children consisting at present of 13 half-hours. It is an adventure series with a biblical theme – a group of children are on the run from persecution in Nero’s Rome. While hiding them in his bakery, Ben tells them stories of the life of Jesus. It works extremely well for a general audience, as our broadcast commitments demonstrate and it has been highly praised for its authenticity combined with its ability to engage and entertain and it also won an award for best children’s video and best series at CBA in July 1998. The series was first broadcast by ITV in the U.K. at Easter 1997 and it consistently topped the ratings on Sunday mornings.
All seems lost. The stories of the trial before Pilate, and the scourging and crucifixion of Jesus are the main ingredients of this sad and realistic episode.
The Story Keepers tells the story of a Christian leader and his family's adventures living in Ancient Rome whose mission is to keep Jesus'...
Ben escapes to lead the children to their final escape and safety as we hear the stories of the resurrection, ascension and of Pentecost in this final episode. Ben looks back on the city he had adopted as home from which temporarily, in order to keep the stories alive, he must flee. He looks to r...