List of All Programs

Alphabetical List of All Available Programs

The Metropolis Organism

the Metropolis Organism comes alive before your eyes and within your mind. This new evolving medium, the enhanced eBook, is the perfect vehicle to bring to life a daring concept: cities are living, breathing organisms of which humans are necessary but unremarkable organelle.
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Stolen Treasures

From New York Times Television: Every day, somewhere in the world, an archeological site is looted, often with an eye to find antiquities to sell in the big money market for Ancient Art. This hour weaves a mystery story of one work of ancient Egyptian art, looted and smuggled from Egypt, shipped through Europe and eventually sold in the United States. Based on a six-month investigation of The New York Times reporters Martin Gottlieb and Barry Meier, Stolen Treasures explores how this object passed through the shadowy world of the antiquities underground. As we tell the tale, we meet some of the world’s most notorious smugglers and learn how easily looted art can be had for a price.
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Jamake Highwater’s Primal Mind & Native Land

Two Programs on one DVD.
“This program is about some of the alternative ways of attaining civilization – different myths, different truths – even different realities. And it’s also about people who lived outside the western world who have some important lessons to teach us all”. – Jamake Highwater

Explore the differences in how American Indians and people of European heritage experience themselves and their environments. Through ritual dance, drama, and storytelling, Jamake Highwater traces the path of the nomads who discovered the Americas.


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The Creative Spirit
(Two DVD Set)

How do they happen – art, ideas, inventions, solutions, music, poetry? The Creative Spirit, a four part series, is an inspiring and entertaining look at creativity.

Through observation of creative people and places, we discover that creative solutions to problems begin with basic human qualities: passion, persistence, vision, caring and trust in oneself and others.

Creativity is not the exclusive domain of genius … it belongs to all of us.


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The Emperor’s Eye
Art and Power in Imperial China

“Interweaving the history and culture of the time, this fine documentary presents traditional Chinese art for those who cannot visit in person.” – Booklist This spectacular film brings to light the priceless treasures of China’s Imperial art collection, relating them to the political climate of their time. It is an unforgettable glimpse into another culture and another age.
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