By Richard L. Gaw
Arguably, the most-watched video in southern Chester County
these days is not a Hollywood blockbuster, or even a small independent film
made on a shoestring budget that still offers its viewers a whole lot of story.
In fact, the film that is receiving a lot of local attention
is only seven minutes and seven seconds long, and it wasn’t even created by a
filmmaker, but by an architectural firm in Virginia. What’s more, it is devoid
of real living actors, and its only images are in the form of
computer-generated graphics, but the story it is telling is one about what
happens when dreams meet ingenuity, and when determination collides headlong
with resources and people.
The video, available for viewing on the new Kennett Library
& Resource Center’s website (www.Campaign4KennettLibrary.org),
was created by Arlington, Va.-based RRMM, Inc., the lead…