The concurrent sexual lives of best friends Jonathan and Sandy are presented, those lives which are affected by the sexual mores of the time and their own temperament, especially in relation to the respective women who end up in their lives.
As a group of Danish children pass into adolescence, gradually the most popular girl becomes an outcast, for trivial reasons that she never understands.
Four men attempt "The Knowledge" examination to qualify as London taxi drivers.
A true story of Wilhelm Reich, a pioneer prosecuted and imprisoned. His books and publications were banned and burned in America, where he dies in a federal penitentiary. Now 60 years after his death and 10 years after the unsealing of his archives, a new documentary presents the facts. Four days before the outbreak of World War ll, Dr. Wilhelm Reich - a prominent Austrian psychiatrist, physician and outspoken anti-Nazi - arrived in New York with a teaching visa from the New School for Social Research's renowned 'University in Exile.' After almost continuous investigation, starting in 1939, involving four U.S. government agencies, Reich's published books and research journals were banned and burned by a Federal Court order in the 1950's. This film uses primary materials, scholarly interviews and eye-witness accounts to present a factually-accurate narrative of Reich's life and work, and to explore the events that led up to this heinous example of censorship in America.
An in-depth look at the work and views of the man described as 'one of the greatest minds in human history'. He first emerged through his pioneering work in linguistics in the 1950s but later became a political activist and a critic of US foreign policy in Vietnam, its neo-liberal capitalism, and mainstream media. Consisting primarily of interviews with Chomsky and other writers, academics, philosophers, social commentators and broadcasters, this film explores the breadth, originality and importance of his work; and the alternative narratives he has advanced at some of the most critical periods in recent history.
In this one-off documentary, David Malone looks at four brilliant mathematicians – Georg Cantor, Ludwig Boltzmann, Kurt Gödel and Alan Turing – whose genius has profoundly affected us, but which tragically drove them insane and eventually led to them all committing suicide. The film also talks to the latest in the line of thinkers who have continued to pursue the question of whether there are things that mathematics and the human mind cannot know. Dangerous Knowledge tackles some of the profound questions about the true nature of reality that mathematical thinkers are still trying to answer today.
6 Big Questions About God! Kids have BIG questions! Clive & Ian have blimp-sized answers! What's in the Bible? newsman Buck Denver wants to introduce you to two of his best friends - Clive and Ian. Join them as they sail through the skies and answer 6 really big questions about God! New from VeggieTales and What's in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer, Clive & Ian's Wonder-Blimp of Knowledge takes some of the biggest questions we have about God and answers them in a way that's fun and easy for the whole family to understand. Questions like "Is God as powerful as a superhero?" and "Does God tell the truth?".
Artist David Hockney discusses his theory that artists were secretly using optical devices such as mirrors and lenses in creating their work as early as the 15th century.
Using both found footage and her own material, Nina Fonoroff recollects the memory of her father. Constructing and deconstructing a portrait, she weaves family and friends’ remembrances with an inquiry into her own work process. Her searching attitude suggests that with the loss of her father came a question of the role, not of a particular father, but the father figure—a refusal of authority, and an appreciation of her father’s cycles of learning, teaching, learning. As Danny Kaye, playing Hans Christian Andersen, tells a group of children the story of the piece of chalk that saw itself as a the source, not the transmitter of knowledge, one senses Fonoroff’s sorrow at the loss inherent in the film image, and a yearning for the source of the image, not just its projection.
Knowledge is the Beginning is the story of the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, where young Arabs and Jews perform and live side by side. It is a film about what music can do; the way it can transcend cultural barriers, bring people together, defeat prejudice and overcome religious and political differences. It also demonstrates the problems that crop up occasionally and how music can help people from different points of view find common ground. For Daniel Barenboim, founder of the ensemble, the orchestra is a symbol for what could be achieved in the Middle East.
The most turbulent five years in the life of a genius woman: Between 1905, where Marie Curie comes with Pierre Curie to Stockholm to be awarded the Nobel Prize for the discovery of the radioactivity, and 1911, where she receives her second Nobel Prize, after challenging France's male-dominated academic establishment both as a scientist and a woman.
Documentary about Time Travel. Starring: Rick LiPani Narrarated by: Rick LiPani Musical Score: Rick LiPani Written, Produced, and Directed by: Rick LiPani Spirit Productions
It started with filming the tree. Something was released in that manner of filming seemingly farthest removed from the procedure of the early films. I first thought a simple ordering of this rich material might be enough, something related to BARN RUSHES. But the essential feelings and meanings of that filmiming held themselves back. So I pursued sounds of comparable texture and richness, from which material the 'deaf bar" (thanks to Roger Jacoby and Pittsburgh Filmmakers) and stockyard (thanks to Alan Berliner and U. of Oklahoma) sounds attached themselves to the work. But the film only came into its form-life with the idea of linking this deep-rooted and far-outreaching tree material with that film on paranoia that had fascinated me for many years. (...)–L. G.
Disenfranchised high school seniors become academic warriors and community leaders in Tucson, Arizona's embattled Ethnic Studies classes while state lawmakers attempt to eliminate the program.
7 Big Questions About God! Kids have BIG questions! Clive & Ian have blimp-sized answers! What's in the Bible? newsman Buck Denver wants to introduce you to two of his best friends - Clive and Ian. Join them as they sail through the skies and answer 7 really big questions about God! New from VeggieTales and What's in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer, Clive & Ian's Wonder-Blimp of Knowledge 2 takes some of the biggest questions we have about God and answers them in a way that's fun and easy for the whole family to understand. Does God know what will happen in my future? Does God tell the truth? How do we show respect to God through… Prayer? Praise? By Listening? With our words? Through our actions?
Hidden Bible Knowledge,written and narrated by Al Fry
A documentary film about Tibetan traditional medicine.
Yet another Indonesian fantasy tale of good vs. evil and the struggle to gain control of an heirloom sword, this time featuring a shape-shifting, brain-eating vampire in the bad corner.
Carla has a birthday party for her pimp Troy and invites Brenda, Chi-Chi, Wild Willie and Big John. They all have softcore sex.
Knowledge Power is a weekly 30-minute educational show aired on ABS-CBN, a spin-off of host Ernie Baron’s Hoy Gising! segment and TV Patrol's Itanong Kay Ka Ernie. Aired every Saturday from 5:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m, the show is educational and informative even as it also entertains. The topics are highly informative, engaging and mostly out-of-the-ordinary. The program is a cross between Ripley’s Believe It or Not and Discovery Channel. It does not only explore into the bizarre and the extraordinary, but pursues light yet thought-provoking, significant and highly-instructive items. Features sometimes serve as survival tips for viewers. Through extensive research and creative production, the show delves on the sciences, health, history, paranormal, cultures, civilizations, people, among others. The show aims to educate and entertain. The educational bent of the show is primarily geared towards enhancing children’s outlooks and potentials. The program is divided into four gaps -- two main stories and two regular segments-- which include "For Your Information" and "Health Tips ni Ka Ernie." Some new segments are "See Them Here First," "The First Knowledge," "Gallery," "Bakit Nga Ba?" "Question and Answer," "Scrabble, Scramble" and "What If."
Uncommon Knowledge is a weekly 30-minute current affairs TV show hosted by Peter Robinson and co-produced and presented by San Jose, California, PBS member station KTEH from 1997 to 2005. It was distributed first by American Public Television and later by PBS to public television stations throughout the United States and internationally by NPR Worldwide. The show is funded by foundations and organizations, including the conservative John M. Olin Foundation and produced by the Hoover Institution.