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Ancient Discoveries, Secret Science of the Occult
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directed by Tom Dumican, fl. 2009, in Ancient Discoveries (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2009), 45 mins
In Mexico, explorers use a sacred ancient Mayan temple code to search for an occult underworld engineered in the depths of the earth–a mysterious site where no TV cameras have ever ventured. In Britain, investigators uncover the secret technologies behind a life size statue of Jesus Christ that miraculously came...
directed by Tom Dumican, fl. 2009, in Ancient Discoveries (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2009), 45 mins
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Arabs, a Living History, 8, Building a Nation
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directed by Colin Luke, 1946-; produced by David Collison, in Arabs, a Living History, 8 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 1986), 52 mins
Since its independence in 1962, Algeria is in the process of industrializing. Follow its effect upon a traditional farm and peasant-based economy, and upon the quality of day to day life as services and facilities have tried to keep pace with the rush to the cities.
directed by Colin Luke, 1946-; produced by David Collison, in Arabs, a Living History, 8 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 1986), 52 mins
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Birth of Voodoo
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produced by Jennifer Quilo, National Geographic (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2002), 6 mins
A story on voodoo religion in Benin. Story follows voodoo priest Aza Ganoun, and his daughter Asiba, as she embarks on journey to become voodoo medium. Sequences also discuss history of voodoo, and its benefit to the people of Benin.
produced by Jennifer Quilo, National Geographic (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2002), 6 mins
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Breaking Bows and Arrows
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directed by Liz Thomson; produced by Ellenor Cox (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2001), 53 mins
In all corners of the world, civil wars have been a fact of modern history. But what happens when the fighting stops, if for years neighbor has been killing neighbor? How do people on both sides deal with the legacy of loss, anger, pain, distrust and a desire for revenge? On the island of Bougainville in Papua New...
directed by Liz Thomson; produced by Ellenor Cox (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2001), 53 mins
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Buddha Realms
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directed by Mark Edmondson (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2007), 56 mins
Buddhism, a religion that started in India, has shown a remarkable ability to adapt across race, language and cultural barriers. What became the dominant spiritual tradition of the East has now taken root and is flourishing in the West. Buddha Realms captures this contemporary spiritual phenomenon which sometimes...
directed by Mark Edmondson (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2007), 56 mins
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Carnival King of Europe, The Gilles of La Louvière and the Chinels of Fosses-la-Ville
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directed by Michele Trentini, fl. 2015; produced by Museo degli usi e costumi della gente trentina, in Carnival King of Europe (London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute, 2014), 9 mins
In the Catholic, French-speaking part of Belgium, monumental, all-encompassing masquerades take place in the middle of Lent.
directed by Michele Trentini, fl. 2015; produced by Museo degli usi e costumi della gente trentina, in Carnival King of Europe (London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute, 2014), 9 mins
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Cathedral, 2, Cathedral, Episode 2: The Eve of Christmas
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directed by Peter Williams, fl. 2009-2012, in Cathedral, 2 (Brighton, England: Electric Sky, 2012), 1 hour 3 mins
It’s Christmas Eve in Canterbury Cathedral. The choristers are hanging up their stockings, the Cathedral shop reflects on why people want to buy black Christmas trees, Archbishop Rowan Williams and his family join the carol singing around the crib, and Santa runs a gauntlet to deliver his presents to the Choir S...
directed by Peter Williams, fl. 2009-2012, in Cathedral, 2 (Brighton, England: Electric Sky, 2012), 1 hour 3 mins
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Cathedral, 3, Cathedral, Episode 3: Christmas Day
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directed by Peter Williams, fl. 2009-2012, in Cathedral, 3 (Brighton, England: Electric Sky, 2012), 57 mins
Christmas Day in Canterbury Cathedral. Archbishop Rowan Williams and his family reflect on the meaning of Christmas, and the choristers open their stockings. Meanwhile, artist Mark McGowan sets off to crawl from London to Canterbury to draw attention to the plight of the homeless at Christmas.
directed by Peter Williams, fl. 2009-2012, in Cathedral, 3 (Brighton, England: Electric Sky, 2012), 57 mins
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The Children of Allah
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directed by Ulrik Holmstrup and Eva Arnvig (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2003), 1 hour
This chilling film follows the everyday life in a Madrassa, a fundamentalist Islamic school in Pakistan. It is the first time since the attack on New York that a camera crew was permitted to enter this Madrassa, where the majority of Taliban leaders were educated. The school is a gigantic complex of study rooms an...
directed by Ulrik Holmstrup and Eva Arnvig (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2003), 1 hour
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Correspondent Europe, Episode 3, Our Faith, Episode 3
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presented by David Akerman; produced by David Akerman, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Correspondent Europe, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2013), 17 mins
Edward Stourton investigates Satanism behind Polish deaths.
presented by David Akerman; produced by David Akerman, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Correspondent Europe, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2013), 17 mins
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