A psychological, heart-wrenching love story that provides a unique and inside look at Charles Darwin. Torn between faith and science, he struggles to finish his legendary book "On the Origin of the Species," which goes on to become the foundation for evolutionary biology.
Several years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into their home, soon becoming the target of the dollmaker's possessed creation, Annabelle.
A music conductor, and family man, gets involved in a tragic accident. Luckily the operating surgeon has developed a pioneering medical solution. Loosely based on Roald Dahl's short story “William And Mary”.
The film depicts the creation of the world through playful images that draw parallels with the creative process associated with art
A minimalistic animation of scribbled texts and shapes, set to an impressive sound collage that skewers advertising.
Director Christopher Nolan and creative collaborators unmask the incredible detail and planning behind the film, including stunt staging, filmin in IMAX, the new Bat-Suit and Bat-Pod and other exclusive features.
A lost submarine discovers a secret island where dinosaurs still live. The film, 20 minutes long, was scrapped by RKO. Approximately 4 minutes survived.
"the ecstatic, mythic montage of Alaskan landscapes" - Canyon Cinema
A man poses as the reincarnation of a woman's drowned husband.
A newlywed man who has just completed his national service, Alekos Stathakis, is trying to get over his class' misery, but doesn't have the necessary "equipment". He conceives an ambitious plan and submits it to a great concrete factory. He seems to believe that success is just around the corner and shares his illusion with his wife and his father. When his plan is rejected by the company, he keeps it to himself, making things even worse. He keeps leaving home to seemingly go to work and wanders to no purpose in Athens. He watches the world around him without really seeing anything, until a fatal accident ends his tragedy
Director Francesco Carrozzini creates an intimate portrait of his mother, Franca Sozzani, the legendary editor-in-chief of Italian Vogue. From the ridiculous to the sublime, her astonishing but often controversial magazine covers have not only broken the rules but also set the high bar for fashion, art and commerce over the past 25 years. From the legendary “Black Issue" and the “Plastic Surgery issue" Sozzani remains deeply committed to exploring subject matter off limits to most in order to shake up the status quo and occasionally redefine the concept of beauty.
Experience Creation!! Check out The Newsboys and Jeremy Camp Live In Concert at Creation Fest. Get to the heart of the music with interviews from Toby Mac, Kutless, Pillar, MOC, KJ-52, and many other artists! Re-live the memories or experience creation fest for the 1st time!!
Travel with Baby Mormon on this adventure as we organize and construct the earth. Beginning with dividing the light from the darkness to the final day of rest, watch as the great plan of happiness is set in motion. Narrated by children using scriptures and set to beloved primary songs and popular classical music. This entirely live DVD beautifully depicts the creation of this magnificent planet.
A revolutionary film about the cinematic genius of North Korea's late Dear Leader Kim Jung-IL, with a groundbreaking experiment at its heart - a propaganda film, made according to the rules of his 1987 manifesto. Through the shared love of cinema, AIM HIGH IN CREATION! forges an astonishing new bond between the hidden filmmakers of North Korea and their Free World collaborators. Revealing an unexpected truth about the most isolated nation on earth: filmmakers, no matter where they live, are family.
Animated short film that was nominated for an Oscar. Narrated by James Earl Jones!
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This 14-minute film talks about the Hindu god Brahma's creation of life, the world and of course the first woman. Saeed Jaffrey narrates the story as dancers Bhaskar, Dinu and Anjali Devi "act" out the story. Perhaps I went into this film with too high of expectations but I found the end results to be mildly disappointing. It really wouldn't be fair to call this movie bad but at the same time it had a really hard time keeping my attention. I thought for the most part that the images were quite good as director Charles F. Schwep at least has some nice cinematography and he gets some good colors out of it. I thought the three performers did a good job with their dances but I'd be lying if I said anything the narrator said was of interest to me. I think the film would have been much better had it just focused on the dancers and left the narration alone as a simple introduction would have been all we needed.
This presentation combined motion pictures and a slideshow, synchronized with sound (the first time such synchronization had been achieved). It took the audience from the time of Creation to the end of the Millennium.
An artist draws the head of a pretty girl, takes the drawing off the paper and places it on a small table, turning the image into the head of a real woman. He then continuous drawing the lady, one body part after the other.
Lieven Scheire wanders like a forensic blood hound on planet science and all her secondary planets. Faithfully assisted by Googleman and his one-man house orchestra Stijn Cole.
Contact, l'encyclopédie de la création is a television series originally broadcast by Quebec's public broadcaster Télé-Québec. Each one hour program offers an up-close personal portrait of a thinker or creator. This new incarnation of the series is the brainchild of broadcaster Stéphan Bureau who initially created under the title Contact in the early 1990s. Each episode, which is usually shot over the course of two or three days, centers around interviews conducted by Bureau with the featured creator. The complete program is shot on location in settings that are meaningful to the subject.
Wickedly talented baker and artist Christine McConnell fills her home with haunting confections, creepy crafts -- and wildly inappropriate creatures.
Money for Lunch was a afternoon business program which aired on CNN Radio in Houston, weekdays from 12-2pm Eastern Time. Its main competitor was CNBC and Fox Business.