Fellow blogger Michael Halcomb has begun posting some communicative Greek κινηματογραφικά at his website Pisteuomen under the series title Νοουμεν Ελληνις (that should probably be ἑλληνιστὶ νοοῦμεν or νοοῦμεν τὰ ἑλληνικά/τὴν ἑλληνικήν). I believe Michael is freshly back from his communicative Greek experience in Israel with Randall Buth and the folks at the Biblical Language Center. I’ve not gotten the chance to watch any of the videos closely yet, so I can’t vouch for their quality, but I can say that we need more of these kinds of videos—short, focused, easy to follow. As one commenter said, “It’s Sesame Street for Greek geeks!”
I think YouTube will be a major resource for the communicative Greek movement (indeed, for all language learning). In another post, I mentioned the necessity of language lab type materials for communicative teaching to really be successful. YouTube brings the lab into every student’s home! Unfortunately, recording a video of any quality in Greek is pretty time-consuming, especially when you don’t know Greek! In any case, κῦδος to Michael for his contributions.