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Damian reading at the Oxford Literary Festival

Damian at the Oxford Literary Festival on April 7th

The Sunday Times website has a 12 minute video of Damian Lewis reading from The Deep by Anthony Doerr at the Oxford Literary Festival last Thursday.

The Sunday Times – A heartwarming win for a heartbreaking tale
The Sunday Times – The Deep by Anthony Doerr

Update: It’s been posted to Youtube! You can also download the clip here.

Click here at the Yahoo! Group to read a fan’s account of the event and meeting Damian. Thanks so much to Shelley for sharing!

Categories Download Video Your Highness

2nd Red Band ‘Your Highness’ Trailer

MSN.com has the second red-band trailer of Your Highness. Lots more nudity and silliness. There’s only a very brief glimpse of Damian we hadn’t already seen in other trailers.

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If you’re interested in downloading the HD trailer click here. It’s in mkv format which should play on VLC PLayer. Unfortunately, I had no luck converting it to mp4 or any another format. If you have any idea how – please drop me a note! 😀 Update: Click here for the trailer in mp4 format.

Categories Video Voice Work

Born to Learn Voice Work – March 14, 2011

Animation Narration

by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | March 14, 2011

Damian has provided the narration for a series of animations on the nature of human learning.  Born to Learn, based on the book Overschooled but Undereducated, is the first animation in a fun, thought-provoking series aimed to provide easy-access and illustrate ground-breaking new discoveries about how humans learn. The series exposes the current flaws in our educational system and highlights better ways by which children can learn.

This second video in the Born to Learn series, Class Reunion, unpacks very neatly the significance of Confucius’s explanation that essentially it is only when you take the responsibility of having to do something for yourself that you really start to learn.

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