We’ve all been that kid sitting in the back seat of our family car, wishing we were somewhere else. Watch day dreams come to life as Tom Wallisch shreds the snowy streets of Nelson, British Columbia.
In this tale, told as a musical story, a little girl imagines that her two dolls come to life and go through a adventure involving a villain.
Dr. Reineger, a famous neuro-psychologist, has become convinced that a twin girl named Anna has a rare form of Autism called Asperger's Syndrome, rendering her unable to cope with reality. As for her blind sister, Sarah, the doctor cannot say for sure why her imaginary visions map so close to Anna's. At home, unable to face reality, their father leaves the family. To escape the pain, the girls sink deeper and deeper into their imagination. When a major earthquake takes their mother's life, Reineger gets more involved with helping the now-orphaned twins, while struggling with his realization that the girls seem to be capable of prophetic visions. The girls escape the doctor's institution and a subsequent search finds no trace of them. Have they transcended the physical realm? A mixture of live action, stop motion animation and other techniques makes this film a fantastic journey into the realm of imagination.
The description of Suwami Nogami's minimalistic line drawing piece, Imagination Practice, calls it an unending "thought loop". It depicts an artist sitting in front of a window with a self-portrait, like a miniature mirror image, on the desk in front of him. The window frame and the blue sky filled with moving clouds are in colour, but the figure of the artist is not coloured in. The soundtrack sounds like a skipping record that is punctuated by humourous springing noises (a la Bugs Bunny) as the image 'bounces' in an unending loop from the establishing shot into the "drawing." A philosophical piece, Imagination Practice considers the circular dialogue between an artist and his work.
Kyle an NYC photographer uses his craft to fulfill his sexual desires while searching for Love while experiencing Heartache
Visualization of the phenomenon one has when one seeks some inspiration. A female protagonist. . . goes on an imaginary trip to generate some ideas. She creates some new ideas with the elements found on that trip.
A group of unsighted people weave elaborate carpets using braille.
The third and last installment in the Karo and Piyobupt series by Koji Yamamura
After experiencing a series of traumatic events, a young guy falls for a girl. And while she falls for him as well, one question remains: is she actually real, or a figment of his imagination?
Two friends rediscover the power of their imagination and it changes their life.
Musty Suffer dreams of being subjected to psychological experiments by unethical doctors.
Michelle, an imaginative seven-year old, lies entangled in the schemes of her little brother while trying to save her toys and obey her mom!
Set sail on a magical journey to Imagination Island in Barney's full-length movie! When a giant wave leaves the ship stranded atop a group of palm trees, Barney and his friends set out to explore the jungle island. There, they meet Professor Tinkerputt – a toy inventor who doesn’t want anyone to play with his toys. Join the adventure and see if Barney and his friends can show the professor that good things happen when you share.
In 2011 and 2012, director Amit Dutta spent quite some time recording a series of conversations with Professor B.N. Goswamy, a leading Indian art historian, about his entire oeuvre. There were also a couple of silences. Dutta structured his film around a number of these, weaving a web of ideas and images that substantiate the interviewee's mental landscape.
Of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Pyramid is the only one to survive. Many believe that even with our 21st-century technology, we could not build anything like it today. Based on the most up-to-date research and the latest archaeological discoveries, here is how the Pyramid came to be.
A sister and brother deal with a crippling family tragedy in their own way in this independent drama. Katya (Stephanie Hayes and Slawko (Billy Marchenski) are two siblings in their twenties who were born in the Ukraine but have emigrated to Canada and now live amidst the industrial wastelands of Vancouver. Slawko works in a factory and tries to look after his emotionally unstable sister. Katya, on the other hand, is convinced the death of her parents was the result of foul play, possibly at the hands of Petrov (Volodymyr Serdyuk), a political activist and longtime friend of the family. Katya believes she can speak to her late mother, and often finds herself communicating with her and Petrov through psychic means as she struggles to come to terms with a past that prevents her from dealing with the present.
Is it a dream or a nightmare?
Donald has an unpleasant evening when a mysterious book salesman comes to his door then disappears leaving Donald with a collection of whodunnit novels. He reads one and gets so fully involved in it that it appears that the characters are actually coming out of the book and into his living room getting him involved in the murder caper. Finally the author of the book, J. Harold King, steps forth and claims Donald innocent. The characters return to the novel from whence they came leaving Donald wondering if it was really just his "imagination"
Connecting imagination and creativity with science and engineering in education.
Imagination Movers is a Live-action Pre-school television series that premiered on September 6, 2008 on Disney Channel. The program was originally part of the Playhouse Disney daily block intended for preschoolers. On February 14, 2011, it was moved to the Disney Junior block, serving as Playhouse Disney's replacement. The Imagination Movers TV series is based on the format and music of the New Orleans based music group Imagination Movers who both act and are co-executive-producers of the show. On May 30, 2011, it was announced that the series will end after the remaining episodes of the third season have aired, though the band itself will continue and is open to doing other projects. On November 28, 2011 the Movers ran an announcement on official Facebook page implying that they have been given the green light to air more new episodes of the show in 2012.
Mystery and Imagination is a British television anthology series of classic horror and supernatural dramas. Five series were broadcast from 1966 to 1970 by the ITV network and produced by ABC and Thames Television.
Tales of Mystery and Imagination
Mark Kistler's Imagination Station is a public television series where Mark Kistler taught children – and adults – to draw using techniques such as perspective and shading. The program was originally presented by TV station KIXE in the Redding and Chico areas of the U.S. state of California. Mark Kistler additionally released some publications teaching techniques used in the show. It had a short reprise later in the 1990s but did not continue to run past a few episodes. The show ran for 65 episodes, starting on October 14, 1991 to July 10, 1998, and after cancellation, reruns aired until August 8, 1999. In the summer of 2009 he filmed additional shows that began airing on PBS in the fall of 2009. This is a link of the press release by Mark http://www.mkisdraw3d.com/Promo/pressKit.html
Mr. I. Magination was one of the earliest television shows for children. It ran live as a half-hour weekly show on CBS from 1949 to 1952 and was broadcast from Manhattan. The host, Mr. I. Magination, dressed as a train engineer, gathered a group of children each week. The same child actors appeared on a rotating basis. Two would be selected to ask about a career, occupation, activity, and such. Tripp would then play a "magic" slide flute, he and the children would board a train and travel to Imagination Land, where they would meet a professional from each of the two areas for that week's show. Guests were as diverse as Damu, a lion tamer from Ringling Brothers Circus, and test pilot Scott Crossfield. His wife, Ruth Enders Tripp, also acted in the show. The show was also a pioneer in using simple, early special effects, such as making it appear as if the opening train ride went through a tunnel to enter Imagination Land, emerging from the smoke from its engine. Yul Brynner served as the director of the show at times, but did not appear as a performer. The show also featured performances by Walter Matthau, Richard Boone, Joe Silver, Ted Tiller, and Simon Oakland.