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A Must Have BBC Great Wildlife Moments High Definetion
Introduced and presented by David Attenborough, this specially compiled documentary includes the most memorable images from his vast selection of natural history programming. Featuring sequences from landmark series, Attenborough's successful team has had picked 90 minutes of the most celebrated natural history moments. Highlights include David's encounter with the mountain gorillas of Rwanda, killer whales hunting seals and a beautiful selection of the most colourful and interesting birds...
DVD Extras: Making of The Trials Of Life. Making of The Living Planet. Out-takes. Original producer commentary. Complete filmography. Original score from series.
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How to Build a Human
The twenty-first century will be shaped by a revolution in biology that will enable us to read the genetic code of life as easily as we would read a book. We have gained the power to control the destiny of our species and the ability to manipulate and build humans at will. This fascinating new series will take us on an incredible journey into the future of being, and give a glimpse of things to come in the new age
1 : CreationThe ability to genitically engineer human beings will change the human race forever. The secrets of DNA, the genetic code for life, are now being unravelled. Scientists are learning to manipulate it to create new parts of the human body and even new human beings. This film has access to the creation of the first cloned human embryo, and the people behind it. It also gives us an insight into a future where we will be able to bump into a younger version of ourselves in the street; replace any damaged organ with a new one containing 99% of our own DNA; and nurture our offspring in artificial wombs
2:PredictorIncreasingly, we are finding that the unique characteristics that make each one of us as an individual, from our basic physical attributes to the complexities of our personality, can be traced back to the subtle mix of genes we receive at the moment of conception. But how much do these genes actually predict our destiny? And how much can that destiny be changed throughout our lives? The genetic age has opened up a realm of possibilities. Will we be able to read our own lives before we live them, predict our deaths and rewrite the story that is written in our genes?
Imagine yourself …150 years old, pregnant and still going strong. Is this scenario the stuff of science fiction? Scientists predict that in fifty years time every organ in the body, except the brain, will be replaceable. Even the heart can be renovated. The future won’t just be a healthier short life. The search for eternal life is now being taken seriously. A number of tantalizing and remarkable discoveries indicating how to stop the human body ageing are about to turn science fiction into reality. The key lies inside every cell in our body. Scientists now believe they will be able to extend the human life span to 150 years. Is this the first step of immortality?
National Geographic - Inside Mecca
Inside Mecca presents the most intimate and three-dimensional documentation of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca and sheds light on the universal principles of Islam during the days of the Hajj. Learn the historical significance of the city to Muslim and non-Muslim populations alike. And, experience the epic journey of a lifetime, the Hajj, as we witness the personal stories of the pilgrims and the mental preparation, physical strain and spiritual ecstasy they encounter on their life-altering pilgrimage of faith.
IMAX @ THE GREAT DISCOVERERS
Great discoverers change the face of our world. They find new territories, theories, and fields of exploration. They have changed history by introducing new ideas, and they have influenced the world order today by claiming land for their respective countries. In essence, discoverers continue to change the world even today.
Mystery of the Nile @ IMAX
This IMAX short film tells the story of following the Blue Nile from Ethiopia to Egypt. It is also the story of past civilizations and how they prospered or suffered because of nature and their own short-sightedness or desperation. Along the way the members of the expedition see kindness and joy in places of conflict like The Sudan. Fear , danger and menace are everywhere from crocodiles to murderous bandits. The team consisting of several men and two women are geologists, archaeologists, reporters and adventurers. A cancer survivor and a "city guy" are part of the group. They face grueling challenges and flirt with danger, disease and death. Through it all they maintain a positive attitude and a real empathy for the people of the Nile and the past civilizations that both cared for and exploited the resources of this river. This is a fantastic, exciting and visually stunning film. It is full of hope and foreboding. It is amazing and inspiring.
A breathtaking cinematic adventure that takes you on an expedition down the world’s greatest and most deadly river, the Blue Nile. For 114 days, a team of explorers led by Pasquale Scaturro and Gordon Brown face seemingly insurmountable challenges as they make their way along all 3,260 miles of the river to become the first in history to complete a full descent of the Blue Nile from source to sea.
The story of this Great Adventure Film® is the subject of a new large format film, MYSTERY OF THE NILE, from Spanish production company Orbita Max and Academy Award®-nominated filmmakers MacGillivray Freeman Films, premiering in select IMAX® theatres and other giant screen cinemas in February 2005.
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Fast Food Nation THE MOVIE
The Truth Is Hard To Swallow
You are what you eat. But do you really know what you are eating?
Britain eats more fast food than any other country in Europe. Rates of obesity and food poisoning spiral upwards, but it seems we just can not get enough of those tasty burgers and fries.
This myth-shattering book tells the story of America and the world's infatuation with fast food, from its origins in 1950s southern California to the global triumph of a handful of burger and fried chicken chains. In a meticulously researched and powerfully argued account, Eric Schlosser visits the labs where scientists re-create the smell and taste of everything - from cooked meat to fresh strawberries; talks to the workers at abattoirs with some of the worst safety records in the world; explains exactly where the meat comes from and just why the fries taste so good; and looks at the way the fast food industry is transforming not only our diet but our landscape, economy, workforce and culture. Both funny and terrifying, Fast Food Nation will make you think, but more than that, it might make you realize you don't want a quick bite after all.
Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden
Morgan Spurlock (Supersize me, 30 days) tours the Middle East to discuss the war on terror with Arabic people. This looks like it could be another interesting documentary and this time he's looking for the worlds most wanted man. This film has already won an award for “Best Documentary” so it could be a good watch..
If Morgan Spurlock has learned anything from over 30 years of movie-watching, its that if the world needs saving, its best done by one lone man willing to face danger head on to take it down, action hero style. So, with no military experience, knowledge or expertise, he sets off to do what the CIA, FBI and countless bounty hunters have failed to do: find the worlds most wanted man. Why take on such a seemingly impossible mission? Simple-he wants to make the world safe for his soon to be born child. But before he finds Osama bin Laden, he first needs to learn where he came from, what makes him tick, and most importantly, what exactly created bin Laden to begin with