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Kids will be joyfully singing along to these 7 wonderfully illustrated stories. DVD also includes bonus material featuring a spanish version of Musical Max and interviews with kid’s favorite authors!
Posted in Scholastic | Tagged ALL THE COLORS OF THE EARTH, BUGS! BUGS! BUGS!, genre: animation, genre: kids & family, HUSH LITTLE BABY, JOSEPH HAD A LITTLE OVERCOAT, KEEPING HOUSE, MUSICAL MAX, wheels on the bus
COSM: THE MOVIE is an invitation to personal reflection, growth, and harmony, leading spiritual adventurers on an enriching and sense-heightening journey into the visionary art cosmos of world-renowned painter, sculptor, and author Alex Grey. Grey […]
Posted in Docurama, Profiles/Biographies, Science Fiction | Tagged alex grey, art, author, chapel of sacred mirrors, conscience, consciousness, enlightenment, evolution, genre: documentary, growth, harmony, human anatomy, New York City, painter, reflection, science, sculptor, spiritual, transcendental, wisdom
In the distant future, ten soldiers battle for control of the least desirable piece of real estate in the known universe—a box canyon in the middle of nowhere. Red vs. Blue chronicles the misadventures of […]
Posted in Flatiron Film Company, Holiday Sale, The Guild | Tagged blood gulch, box canyon, caboose, church, comicon, donut, existentialism, Gaming, genre: documentary, Gifts For Gamers, grif, halo, halo 2, humor, machinimation, puma, reach, red vs blue, rooster teeth, sarge, sheila, simmons, tex, the gamer, videogame, warfare, warthog, xbox
When humble Linas (Linas Phillips), kicked off of his friend’s couch and spurned by his lover, finds a forgotten van on a llama farm outside Seattle, he begins lurching east with nothing to lose. Slowly, […]
Is Henry Kissinger, Nobel Laureate and the most famous diplomat of his generation, also a war criminal? Provoked by the Christopher Hitchens book (The Trial of Henry Kissinger, Verso, 2001), filmmakers Eugene Jarecki and Alex […]
The discovery of Mayan hieroglyphs qualifies as something of a miracle in and of itself, given the 16th Century Spaniards’ systematic destruction of all books, monuments and pottery bearing the written language. History took a […]
Posted in New Video Digital | Tagged 16th century, artifacts, central america, genre: documentary, genre: independent, genre: kids & family, genre: special interest, genre: urban, hieroglyphs, jungle, langauge, linguist, linguists, mayan culture, society, spain, tundra, written language
Screenwriters ranging from newcomers to living legends share their triumphs and hardships in this probing, insightful, and often hilarious odyssey through the world of movie storyingtelling. Candid and unafraid to name names, dozens of participants […]
A film about a messed up world… and how we could fix it. Sprinkled with music from Bob Dylan, Ben Harper, Jack Johnson and Willie Nelson, One Peace at a Time lyrically weaves a tapestry […]