Physicist John worked as a meteorologist. He lives in a small village with his wife, a teacher. Meanwhile, his friend from university, Mark, is doing a research career. Trying to get John to return to academic work in the capital. Mark is not convinced by the arguments of John. Clash of two attitudes, characters, ideas about the meaning of life.
If you’ve got it, move it!
A man mostly stays at home while his older brother goes to work. The lift is broken and he thinks of fire.
Official DVD released by Björk about the making of the Medúlla album. The DVD features clips of the studio performances by Dokaka, Shlomo, Rahzel and Mike Patton that formed the beats for many of the songs on the album. The title of the DVD is the actual definition of the word "Medúlla".
24 - 30 minute lectures by Professor Stephen Ressler on seeing and understanding structure. Not just in our present day, but how structures and engineering have progressed through the ages. He uses great demonstrations and simple math to explain some of the most beautiful and recongizable structures in the world.
1969 Czech experimental short by Petr Skala
DVD Includes 'Eye Of The Storm' - Documentary by Pablo Casacubert 'John Digweed - Live at the Vagabond'. Recorded at the Bedrock/Creations Party at Vagabond Miami 27th March 2010 Slideshow Documentary Slideshow Vagabond slideshow Bedrock Artwork Slideshow
Based on the story Kanryû by Seichô Matsumoto.
Self-erecting structures presents the fantastic future of the intelligent and humane use of artificial intelligence and cybernation as they construct our cities, bridges, tunnels, factories, and more - while protecting the environment.
Iconic structures are apparent: the Empire State Building, St. Louis Arch, Space Needle, and Statue of Liberty. But their roots go back over 5,000 years to ancient Egypt. Entry to a glorious afterlife and worship of the gods led Egyptians to build some of the world's most impressive structures. We travel to Egypt to see how such monumental masterpieces as the Great Pyramid, Library at Alexander, Temple of Karnak, Sphinx, and the obelisks were built using only primitive tools and brute labor. Host Michael Guillen demonstrates how ancient Egyptians might have leveled 13 acres of ground to within two inches before building the pyramids. He offers an explanation as to how a 100-foot long obelisk made of a single slab of granite was raised. And he commissions an engineering study to determine what the Great Pyramid would cost to build today.
Amongst fragmentary recollections of friendship and the sublime, two friends explore changing priorities in a world that is quickly slipping away.