Caine’s Arcade Part 2 – Sharing the Joy of Imagination

What better way to end this blog challenge than to spread some joy.

This video is part 2 of the Caine’s Arcade short film.  It will fill you with awe at what has been created worldwide.   The film has inspired a wave of cardboard creativity and caused the filmmaker to create the Imagination Foundation to foster creativity in more kids, and a Global Cardboard Challenge culminating in a Global Day of Play.

Don’t miss this film.  It’s speaks directly to my heart and brought tears to my eyes and much joy.

What are you doing to support children’s imaginations?

It’s been a pleasure to blog with you over this past month.


Caine’s Arcade 2: From a Movie to a Movement from Nirvan Mullick on Vimeo.


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Nanette Levin - October 31, 2013

What a wonderful pair of videos, Julia. This is inspiring on so many levels. It’s no surprise your perspective is on Cain. Certainly, his story should put a huge smile on everyone’s face. I look at what this happenstance meeting created because an adult saw the vision and ran with it. This goes to show how powerful creative minds can be when they meet – no matter how significant the age difference.
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    Julia - November 1, 2013

    I’m glad you liked these videos. Yesterday I did say that our support of a young person’s imagination could help change the world. This young man has a great dad and this filmmaker did a wonderful thing believing in Caine’s creativity. To see what came out from the father suggesting the boy use his imagination and build his own toy, then allowing him the space to do that and the chance meeting of the filmmaker who had enough curiosity in him to buy the fun pass – it’s the stuff of legends.

    Thank you for leaving your comment, I appreciate it very much.

Barbara Bianchi - November 1, 2013

Incredible! And these kids are not playing on video games; they are using their hands and imagination. Thanks so much for sharing this.
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    Julia - November 2, 2013

    It was my pleasure to share these videos Barbara. It reminded me of when I was a kid and there were no video games or cell phones or even computers. We used our imagination and created things to play with using what we had. I’m glad you took the time to watch and thank you for adding to the conversation.

Chef William - January 28, 2014

Wonderful video, I so enjoyed it and wish everyone would see it and get involved. thanks for sharing with us.
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    Julia - January 30, 2014

    I’m so glad you enjoyed the video Chef. This is such a great feel good story that inspired greatness in one man. The look of joy that young boys face and the happiness that he felt when all those people experienced his arcade was priceless.

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