This documentary shot by film students follows David Lynch on a 16-country tour of Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America to spread the word about the individual and global impact of meditation. Meditation, Creativity, Peace shows the director’s commitment to Transcendental Meditation as way of changing the world, starting from within. The film also offers insight into Lynch’s creative process, through interviews and revealing moments from the tour.
In search of the creative process in all forms. Follow painter/ filmmaker Larry Reese as he explores his own creative process and tracks down other artists to find how they find that creative inspiration. This one of a kind documentary has interviews with film director Francis Damburger, jazz legend PJ Perry, film star Kari Matchett, and many more.
Simon’s New Sound (1978, 8 min.) is about a young boy who is searching for a new instrument with which to celebrate Trinidad’s pre-Easter Carnival. He fashions a steel drum from the carefully indented bottom of an oildrum. Poet Opal Palmer is the voice of Simon.
Who doesn't remember growing up and playing with the wonderful toys from the creative wizards at Fisher Price? Now, here comes a collection of 10 animated episodes with stories based around art and creativity. Best yet, the video is based on the popular line of toys that has delighted children for generations.
Having struggled to crack his brief, Dennis Hopper decides the only honourable act is to throw himself off a roof. Before this final act, Sir Peter Ustinov appears and bestows the Ten Commandments of Creativity upon the desperate advertising executive. The Ten Commandments become a template to navigate the state of creativity. Featuring Tarantino, Jeff Koons, Sean Penn, and Malcolm McClaren.
Inspired by the Newsweek article "The Creativity Crisis", this independent documentary explores creativity in school and how changes to education policy have diminished opportunities to nurture and teach creative thinking skills in the classroom.
"The Happiness Matrix" is a 2-hour personal growth DVD, manifesting, in a practical, authentic and engaging manner, a powerful thought process that anyone can use to transform their lives. Sourced from wisdom traditions, "The Happiness Matrix" is a thoroughly tested and proven program based on the life-changing MBA course, "Creativity & Personal Mastery", taught at some of the world's top ranking business schools. "The Happiness Matrix" will open you up to possibilities you never dreamed of and give you the tools you need to begin your transformation. Your internal changes will be rapidly reflected in the world outside and lead you to an immeasurably more fulfilling life. For further information, please email support@TheHappinessMatrix.com To view the Trailer, visit: http://www.thehappinessmatrix.com/trailer.html
A disturbing puppet short exploring the concept of creativity.
Bill Moyers interviews film director and actor John Huston who discusses his career and the process of filmmaking. Includes a documentary segment on Huston's life, excerpts from some of his films, and an the on-set production of his latest film.
A brand new 4D movie experience, exclusive to LEGOLAND. Enter the 4D kingdom of Knighton with Merlok 2.0 and join the heroic NEXO KNIGHTS as they battle it out against the evil Jestro and the Book of Monsters!
AKA "Venice In The Sixties" AKA "The Beat" Originally shot for a television show and never used, this is essentially a full-color look inside the atmosphere of the Venice West coffeehouse, its various sections, activities and people.
Roberto Soto is a renowned Spanish science fiction screenwriter. He has won a Goya award and his screenplays are internationally acknowledged. However, his producer is tired of science fiction and believes that, in Spain, he has to write films of different genres, something more intellectual and existential: social dramas, enriching values, philosophy, etc. With these arguments, the producer demands him a screenplay that has nothing to do with science fiction. As a result, Roberto has to decide whether to write what he's good at and was born for, or to do what he has been told. Roberto is forced into resigning and doing what he is paid to do: he locks himself in the living room with his typewriter in order to write a screenplay according to what is expected, with the urgency of the producer's visit, who wants to check up on his work. That same day, Luis, Roberto's best friend also turns up at his house, with an idea for a film about mutant octopuses, convinced Roberto can make ...