Directed by Johanna Vaude.
The film starts with Gian seeing some like spirit and it asks him to accomplish a task. The story starts when a stray dogs are searching some foods in the can. Then a dirty white dog comes out of nowhere. Just then, the dog creates a close stare to the stray dogs and forces to run away. But the dog is disappointed that he doesn't know what to do after searching the garbage, under the pouring rain. After that, Suneo starts saying about the discoverable places on Earth and him and Gian are totally disappointed about that. That then, they are asking favor to Nobita to take them to an undiscovered place to be seen by their naked eyes. Nobita refuses but tells he will try his best. He comes to upstairs to explain Doraemon what the problem is now.
A former couple has one last rendezvous on a lakeside to reflect on their relationship.
Enjoy the epic story of NASA space exploration. This comprehensive edition takes you on an adventure showcasing the most thrilling moments in U.S. Space exploration, while also examining the heartbreaking events when tragedy struck. It’s all here…. From the amazing flight of John Glenn in Friendship 7 to The “Eagle has landed” historic mission to the moon, and Skylab and more. A Brilliant combination of adventure, science, history - perfect for the whole family.
Shot for the 4th Annual Winnipeg Film Group 48 Hour Film Contest, a contest in which you shoot and edit a short in 48 hours. This short was made entirely on a Fisher Price Pixelvision camera (or a PXL 2000). No additional computer effects were added.
The Sierra Nevada's mountain range contains some of the most amazing wonders found on the planet, filled with such notable geographic features including Lake Tahoe, three National Parks, two National Monuments and seemingly endless wilderness areas.
On March 1, 1872 President Ulysses S. Grant signed into existence the world's first national park, Yellowstone National Park. The 2.2 million acres of wilderness is the only complete mid-latitude ecosystem left on the planet.
This is an unknown world. Yet it seems strangely familiar: Deep canyons and cracks scar the landscape, imposing mountain ranges tower over scorched plains, moist jungles and acidic lakes hide creatures unknown to most – ferocious predators, grazing vegetarians, cunning quick-change artists. But this alien planet is not from outer space. This planet is you.
Volume 1 of this extraordinary series explores the beginnings of the American space program from the early Mercury flights to the breathtaking Moon landing on July 20, 1969.
Volume 2 traces the epic Apollo missions that transformed the space program, especially the courageous story of Apollo 13. Plus, it’s détente in space with the docking of Apollo and Soyuz!
Volume 3 continues the adventure of a lifetime! This very special edition details the remarkable story of Skylab, while exploring the dramatic story of Bold Technological advances.
Volume 4 explores in stunning detail the tragic Challenger disaster and its aftermath – while affirming the triumph of the human spirit with a unique perspective on NASA’s 25 history
Volume 5 is the grand finale of this epic series, featuring fascinating behind-the-scenes stories that you’ll enjoy for many years to come, from space stations to Columbia to Mars – and beyond!
Comedian Shane Mauss goes on a series of adventures to deepen his understanding of psychedelics. He describes the indescribable and takes us through some of his most intense experiences, while getting the added perspectives of some of the top scientists and experts in this realm. With moments of both confusion and clarity, this is as an honest account of the experiences of a genuine Psychonaut.
This episode includes popular segments such as Elmo's World, Letter of the Day, Number of the Day and Global Grover. Join Elmo, Zoe, Telly, and Gordon as they test out hypotheses with experiments about floating, sinking, and sliding. This episode also focuses on sign language and physical movement. Ernie delivers a Forest Fashion report, Global Grover returns from Nicaragua to explain how bricks are made, and an observant gardener lends a hand to some "Desperate Houseplants."
There is no place on the planet like the Everglades. This installment of the National Parks Exploration Series takes you to where two great biomes of life meet: the tropical and the temperate mid-latitude, which makes up much of the continental US.
Rich in natural resources and pioneer history, Death Valley has become an icon of American integrity and strength. World renowned for its extreme climate and adverse conditions the park is a surprising hot spot for wildlife and natural beauty. Death Valley National Park is an amazing capture of our exposed, complex and diverse continent. Witness the parks dramatic mountains, valleys, dunes and basins through Blu-ray hi-definition and discover why this vast desert is home to some of the most adaptable creatures in the world. From the magical bloom of desert wildflowers to the haunting stories and legends of outlaws and ghost towns, this captivating series explores the unique and adventurous world of Death Valley National Park.
Great Smoky Mountain National Park covers over 500,000 acres of breath-taking beauty: lush highland meadows, glorious waterfalls, pristine mountain streams, and one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems in the world.
There is no place like it on the planet. Commonly called the four corners region, it contains more National Parks and Monuments than anywhere else in the world.Go on a thrilling exploration that uncovers the geology of the Colorado Plateau and the forces that have shaped this marvelous landscape. Enjoy breath-taking aerial views as you soar over hundreds of acres of awe-inspiring beauty. Discover the mystery and wonder of the Grand Canyon first-hand through in-depth interviews with the park rangers and ground tours that take you through the park just as if you were there yourself. The Colorado Plateau spans more than the states of New York, Illinois, Georgia and Virginia combined. Amidst all that landscape is one special gift for the human soul. To understand the awe-inspiring beauty is present in this one particular region of the planet, this thrilling exploration that uncovers the geology of the Colorado Plateau and the forces that have shaped this marvelous landscape.
Deep Web Exploration is a youtube series where "Mutahar" of "Some Ordinary Gamers" explores the deep web showcasing various oddities. Take a peek and see hitmen, drug dealers, white supremacists (real ones), and assorted other weird deep web stuff.
Animal Exploration with Jarod Miller is a documentary television series about a personal tour guide to the world of animals. The series is hosted by Jarod Miller, and was broadcast from September 24, 2007 to June 7, 2010.
Explorations, powered by Duracell is a documentary TV series that looks into the many aspects of the human life with science, technology and research. Three series have been broadcast. Series 1 - 6 x 1hr, Series 2 - 13 x 1/2hr, Series 3 - 13 x 1/2hr. It is an example of "advertiser funded programming", where Duracell fund the cost of production of the series, produced by Broadcast Marketing Ltd, London. Executive Producers for Broadcast Marketing, Bill Orde and Peter Telford. The second series mainly focuses on daily life, ranging from food to fear to love. It provides interesting information and fact that usually do not come to people's minds, such as : ⁕How food changes the chemistry of the brain, affecting one's mood and ability to achieve. ⁕The factors that cause attraction - Body shape, symmetry of a person's face and movement of a person. ⁕How short-term stress can save one's life, and how long-term stress can be a slow and potential killer. ⁕The origins of phobia, how people react when they confront their fears head-on. The first and the second series were broadcast on September 2003 and September 2004, respectively. The documentary is broadcast on the National Geographic Channel in the United States, BBC World, and cable/terrestrial channels elsewhere around the world. It is produced jointly by BBC Worldwide Ltd and Broadcast Marketing Ltd, United Kingdom.
In 19872, President Ulysses S. Grant signed into law our nation's first National Park, Yellowstone. The purpose was to preserve the breathtaking scenery and the wildlife within the historic lanscape. Since then, other significant pieces of land and sea have been designated as National Parks, in hopes to conserve the ecology, geology, and beauty of our amber plains., rugged mountain ranges, and salty shores in this spectacular collection of majestic beauty - like you have never seen before!