Watch all the “My little sister…” Films

Watch all the films below, in order!

My little sister (who happens to have Down’s syndrome) and I are very close and I started documenting our lives together when I was 8, every year I edit together footage from the last year into episodes. I will do this every year throughout our lives. Hopefully they will improve in quality as I get better at making films and get better equipment. If you enjoy my films please share them and consider donating £1.00 towards my filmmaking fund.
“To me, Magdalena is just like any other little sister. I love to teach her things, and share the joy of her achievements and successes. She is the best little sister I could ever have and we have the greatest fun together.”
I have been shocked to hear that anyone could have a negative view of people who have this condition, and shocked that some people could imagine that their life is worth less than anyone elses or that someone has less to give to the world just because they have Down’s syndrome. Take it from me. This is not true. Not in the slightest. Please watch and share my films below, as I post them up each time I make a new one. I hope that I can do my bit through my film making to change any negative attitudes about D.S. that might still be lurking out there.
I love making films, I spend hours and hours making films and I want to be a professional filmmaker. My mum and Dad say: “Find out what you love to do and get on and do it!” So that’s what I do, and the more I do it, the more I learn and the better I get at it. So for me this is the best way to show what I want to say about the great life I have living and learning with my little sister (who happen’s to have Down’s syndrome) I really appreciate and love to receive your comments & feedback on my films and hear about anything to do with film that may be useful, supportive and inspiring to me.
If you want to read my notes and extra background information about each film, find my blogpost under my “home” page that has the same date that the film was released. You can view these films fullscreen and adjust the quality, the latest ones are in HD.

Watch all the “My little sister…” films we’ve made so far with the oldest first

released 2011 -Magdalena is 4

released 2012 Magdalena is 5

released 2013-episode 1 Magdalena is 6

released 2013-episode 2 Magdalena is 6

released 2013-episode 3 Magdalena is 6

released 2013-episode 4 Magdalena is 6

released 2013-episode 5 Magdalena is 6

Mini “my Little Sister…” seasonal snippets in bitesized portions

Spring 2013 Sledging

Spring 2013 Cow

Here is another film that I made with my sister Magdalena, when I was 8, showing children a very easy (&fun) way to put their coats on.

My Little Sister Around the World
I have a new offshoot series of Magdalena singing/signing/dancing songs from around the world. We would love to involve your children,if you would like us to film your children singing a simple nursery rhyme type song in your language with Magdalena we would love to hear from you.
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star- filmed in Spain with elblogdeanna

 I really appreciate your support and love to receive your comments & feedback on my films and hear about anything to do with film that may be useful, supportive and inspiring to me.

Also, if you would like to buy an HD quality DVD of any of my films, or use them publically please contact me with your name & address and purpose for which you would like to use my film via my contact me page & suggest a donation for their use and I can give you permission and a hard copy of HD quality to use.

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15 Responses to Watch all the “My little sister…” Films

  1. Rolo says:

    Heya, Agi!!
    I love your website (espially your horse and pony page!) Can you make some more great films? me and fintan loved watching ‘my little sister’ (who happens to have down syndrome)!
    your epal, Rosie ;-D

  2. David Salter says:

    Do you still need an external hard drive? I have a spare 1TB USB hard drive (WD MyBook) you can have for free if it useful. The USB interface means it may not be fast enough for video editing directly, but might be useful for archiving.

  3. Agnieszka says:

    Any external memory would be really very appreciated, like you say even for archiving or organising. It’s how much amazing footage a 10 year old can capture, too soon to delete much of it at this stage. Do you know anything about video editing? As we are heading towards something capable of rendering video faster, the iMac we have is beginning to smoulder! If anyone has experience of processing large amounts of footage, we are looking for guidance as to how to proceed before we make any kind of investment. We can be contacted through the contact page for privacy. Thanks again for your generosity. /Alex (Dad)

  4. Agnieszka says:

    A BIG (((THANK YOU))) to David Salter, your hardrive has saved the day and mum is currently moving my footage around so I can have it all in one place ready to edit. It was so thoughtful and generous of you. I hope you enjoy my third “Little sister” film when it’s completed!

  5. Veronica says:

    Hi Agnieszka, I really like your website and your videos.
    I love the way you play with Magdalena, the way you teach her many things.
    I have a daughter who happens to have down’s syndrome too. I wish she had a big sister like you!
    Luna is 3 and 1/2 and she has a little brother who is 2, so for the moment he can’t teach her things. But I hope that he will, when they grow up and that he will have a lot of patience with her, like you have with your sister.
    I am writing a blog for Luna. It is in italian (we’re half italian, half french), but if you want you can have a look to see some picture of us, and some videos (not as good as yours!)
    http://blogdiluna.blogspot.com/

  6. Agnieszka says:

    Hi Veronica!
    Thanks for your lovely message.
    I loved your blog, Luna is so pretty!
    I got your message about featuring my films on your blog, yes I’d love you to!
    Agnieszka :)

  7. Brilliant as ever Agi. I’m going to share with my readers too. H x

  8. Agnieszka says:

    Thanks Hayley!

  9. Betty says:

    Hi Agnieszka I love your films and website.

  10. Shelley says:

    Simply wonderful, my daughter Hollie and my son Sam (who also happens to have Down syndrome ) loved your films xxx

  11. Jean says:

    Thank you sweetheart you and your sister are amazing way to cute

  12. Jo Dutton says:

    Loved the latest episode! Well done, your films are fab xx

  13. Hi Agnieszka, I just came across your films through the wonderful Hayley’s blog hop.
    What a treat it’s been to watch your wonderful creations and what incredible sisters you are. Thank you for sharing your lives with us and I hope you’re very proud of yourself not only for the amazing documentries you’ve made, Agnieszka, but for the fantastic older sister that you are.

  14. Agnieszka says:

    Hi Michelle! Awww thank you, me and mum read your blog too and really enjoyed it (:

  15. Sally says:

    Agnieszka,

    I am a mum of 2 little boys, one called Arthur aged 4 years old, and one called Elley aged 21 months, Ellery happens to have down syndrome.

    I have found your videos beautiful to watch, and I can only hope that my two boys have such a close relationship as you and your wonderful sister.

    x

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