In Beyond the Game, we meet - in real life and within the game - two of Warcraft's leading figures, known as Grubby and Sky. Acclaimed filmmaker Jos de Putter tracks these Kasparovs of a new generation and a new game across the world all the way to the world championships in Seattle.
Although No Guns for Jews might seem like an Anti-Semitic, anti-gun control rights for Jews, it's actually quite the opposite. This 40 minute documentary tackles the importance and provides simple, but valid arguments for having a pro-gun Jewish society.
The film was produced by JPFO and features pretty stark and controversial arguments on why gun disarmament among Jews can only lead to more chaos and death.
Charbel, The Movie is based on the life of a Lebanese saint who abandons everything in his life and dedicates his lifetime performing miracles and healing people. He was a Lebanese monk that lived in the 19th century and is a well respected saint by both Christians and Muslims in Lebanon.
The movie chronicles the entire life of the Saint, shown through a flashback after he climbs to the top of a mountain monastery, preparing for death.
Here Be Dragons is a helpful 40 minute film on critical thinking. Created by Brian Dunning, it is a series aimed for general audiences and those that are looking to be more discriminative of the things offered to them.
Here Be Dragons pretty much centers on critical thinking directed towards marketing and other presentations done by the mass media. If you are simply tired of getting dissuaded into thinking that a particular product can do wonders for you, here's how you can avoid making the same mistake again. All you really need to do is apply a bit of critical thinking.
Three Germans, a camera, a beat up red Cadillac, and 2451 miles of the US highway. For many foreigners, America is treated as the "land of milk and honey." It's a place where almost anything is possible, where the sacred and the mundane exist together; where the lines of fantasy and reality are blurred together; and where "it feels so surreal that it feels like heaven."Route 66 - An American Dream is a documentary created by three German travelers who wish to experience and see America. They travel different States, sleep in their near deathCadillac, travel the infamous Route 66and discover America.
Tree of Life is a collaborative project by Wellcome Trust, BBC, and The Open University. It was aired on BBC1 in early 2009 as part of BBC’s Darwin season. It serves as homage to Charles Darwin, whose 200th birth anniversary falls in 2009.
In Darwin's “On the Origin of Species,” he used the term 'tree of life' to describe the evolutionary relationships between all living things on Earth. The collaborators intended to produce an updated version of the Tree of Life, created by Shadow Industries. Sir David Attenborough narrates this six and a half minute video, which invites you to “see how living things are related.”
It's about time the Firefly geeks take center stage. Done the Impossible chronicles the birth of the cult TV show Firefly. The only difference is that its told through the eyes of the fanboys and girls who made the show a hit. Moreover, it relates of how they came to be a key in helping to create it counterpart movie, Serenity.
Done the Impossible compiles interviews of cast, crew and fans of the show. It showcases their passion for Firefly and their struggles in keeping the show afloat. The cast and crew also join in on the action and share funny and insightful experiences they had in the show. So if you are a big Firefly geek, then you've hit the jackpot on this one.
Dimensions is a 2-hour educational video about Mathematics. Featuring 9 chapters that take you up to the fourth dimension, enjoy two hours of mathematics with some of the most famous Mathematicians in the history.
From circles to spheres, square to cubes, and even more complex stuff such as geometry and the Hopf fibration, this collection of videos definitely is a must-see for just about anybody.
Graffiti arouses different reactions from different folks across all ages and social classes. Well done graffiti easily gets a nod of approval by the sheer sight of its stunning explosion of colors & innovative design. But these wall writings are also frowned upon mostly by people who associate this wall art to untamed behavior, violence and even crime.