FILMS YOU CAN STREAM (List) - SCHS TOK. TOK FILMS WORTH STREAMING(in no particular order)FYI Hoopla is free; the others (HBOGo/HBONow, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu) require subscriptionsNETFLIX HOOPLAUseful TOK documentaries available free with your Volusia County Library card via Hoopla HERECan check out & stream 5 titles per month HBOGo(FYI: watch any relevant sounding RealSports, ViceWeekly episodes) The scariest horror films ever – ranked! | Film. 25 Don’t Torture a Duckling (Lucio Fulci, 1972) Now that Lars von Trier has offered what may be a backhanded homage to it in his serial-killer nightmare The House That Jack Built, attention may well refocus on this cult giallo classic from Italy. A journalist investigates a series of murders in a remote village and uncovers black-magic practices. 24 American Psycho (Mary Harron, 2000) Once upon a time, Bret Easton Ellis’s novel American Psycho was the most shocking thing in American publishing. Mary Harron’s movie version did not excite the same disgust, but it made Christian Bale into a star as the gym-built Wall Street master of the universe and status snob who is also a serial killer. 23 The Funhouse (Tobe Hooper, 1981) A classic crude slasher from Tobe Hooper, in my view better than The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. 22 The Blair Witch Project (Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez, 1999) 21 Night of the Living Dead (George A Romero, 1968) 20 Hereditary (Ari Aster, 2018) Since you’re here …
The 41 best HBO original movies of all time, according to critics. Culture - Eight films to watch in April. A Quiet Place The famous tagline for Alien was “In space, no one can hear you scream.” For A Quiet Place, it could be “Here, everyone can hear you scream.” This horror film directed by, and starring, John Krasinski takes place in a time when hungry monsters have overrun the world and are attracted to their human prey by even the slightest sound. If you don’t make any noise at all, they might pass you by. So best not sneeze, let alone make any outbursts in childbirth – that’s the challenge facing Emily Blunt, Krasinski’s wife in real life and onscreen, who at one point has to give birth in a bathtub without making a sound. Krasinski won raves for his direction of A Quiet Place at the South by Southwest Film Festival, where it was the opening night film.
11 Inspiring TED Talks for Modern Educators. There is no reason why teachers shouldn’t embrace a role as fundamental players in the creativity revolution sweeping across global economies and societies. But being an innovative modern educator on the cutting edge of educational design can become a tedious effort without outside inspiration and support from peers. Instead of being bombarded by the same old educator rhetoric, you can rediscover a sense of your vision and momentum by gleaning something from these selected and diverse inspiring TED talks below. 1. John Hunter and the World Peace Game By teachers, for teachers, this is a TED classic presenter who brought relevance to his 4th-grade classrooms in Virginia with this creative game meant to simulate real world geo-political constructs and diplomatic scenarios, all in the pursuit of world peace. 2.
This is Sugata Mitra’s follow up award-winning TED Prize talk about self-motivated learners from his “Hole in the Wall” experiments in the streets of New Delhi in India. 3. 4. 5. 6. Watch 11 documentaries on public TV for AAPI Heritage Month. Presented by CAAM. Check your local PBS and public TV stations for schedules. Throughout the month of May, in celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, CAAM is presenting an exciting documentary slate of broadcasting eleven films on national public television.
The schedule includes Wayne Wang's latest film Soul of a Banquet, Ursula Liang's sports doc 9-Man, and the PBS broadcast of Filipino American Lives, a three-part series hosted by Tony-winning actress and singer Lea Salonga. All you have to do is turn on the tube to enjoy these awesome programs that highlight the fascinating, diverse, untold stories from the broad spectrum of the Asian Pacific American community. Here's the list of this year's programming -- check your local PBS station for schedules: Delano Manongs by Marissa Aroy (30 minutes) Jeepney by Esy Casey and Sarah Friedland (30 minutes) Harana by Benito Bautista and Florante Aguilar (60 minutes) Soul of a Banquet by Wayne Wang (60 minutes) Nighty Night (TV Series 2004–2005) The SyFy Channel Is Bringing 4 Awesome Sci-Fi Books to TV Soon.
The Syfy Channel has unveiled the launch dates for TV adaptations of two epic science fiction books and greenlit the development of two other new TV series based on classic sci-fi novels. Two of the shows, "Childhood's End" (based on the acclaimed Arthur C. Clarke novel) and "The Expanse" (based on a book series by Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck, under the pen name James S.
A. Corey), will debut in December. Meanwhile, Syfy is developing two new series based on "Gateway" (an award-winning novel from Frederik Pohl) and "Hyperion" by Dan Simmons. "Childhood's End" will air Dec. 14, 15 and 16 from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. "Childhood's End" is a six-hour miniseries that follows the peaceful invasion of Earth by the alien Overlords, who promise to eliminate poverty, war and sickness – ushering in a golden age of peace, health and security for all of humankind," Syfy wrote in an announcement Wednesday (Aug. 12).
"The Expanse," will launch at the same time and have 10 episodes in its first season. The Top 100 Documentaries We Can Use To Change The World. By Films For Action / filmsforaction.org/ Jun 10, 2015 Documentaries have an incredible power to raise awareness and create transformative changes in consciousness both at the personal and global levels.
Over the last 8 years, we've watched hundreds of social change documentaries and cataloged the best of them on the site. There's now so many that we realized we needed to filter this down even further. So what follows is our list of the very best 100 - hand-picked for their quality, insight and potential to inspire positive change. All of the films have been selected because they are either free to watch online, or can be rented online. There are several films we would have loved to add to this list, but they currently don't have an accessible way to view them.
Did we miss anything really good? I watch therefore I am: seven movies that teach us key philosophy lessons | Film. How can we do the right thing? Force Majeure If you had lived in Germany in 1939, would you have helped protect Jews or gone along with their systematic extermination? If you had been an MP 10 years ago, would you have milked your expenses for what they were worth? And if you and your family faced a threat, would you protect them or save yourself?
We all like to think that in such situations our basic decency would shine through, but we can never know. This is the central theme of Force Majeure, in which an avalanche suddenly threatens to engulf a Swedish family enjoying lunch on the terrace of a plush ski resort. The husband and father, Tomas, flunks his test. In the aftermath, several characters try to excuse him. Aristotle’s insight was that we rarely have the time or opportunity to sit down and think about what the best thing to do is before acting. Force Majeure tells us what Aristotle knew: unpredictable events happen, random “acts of God” for which no one is responsible. Films For Action: Watch And Share Films Made To Inspire Action For A Better World.
SBS Australia | Facebook. SBS Australia | Facebook. 6 Mind Expanding Movies That Will Make You Question Reality And Life. By Sofia Some movies are made to touch our heart and soul with an overabundance of sentiment. They make us come in touch with our humanity and empathy. And some films are made to touch our mind, to get our mental cogs working, to awaken and expand our consciousness. They are films that deal with questions that we are all too eager and too afraid to ponder. It is those films that signal our awakening, and that push us into seeing life and our existence differently. 1.
What is a dream, and what is reality? 2. “Samsara” is a little documentary film made in 2011, by the same people who had collaborated on two similar in terms of style and theme films in the last decades, “Baraka” and “Chronos”. 3. “Uncle Boonmee” came out in 2010 and was the first Thai film to win the Palme d’Or. The film was actually the last part of a loosely linked film trilogy, titled “Primitive”, and was mostly focused on a particular area of Thailand. 4. 5. Otherwise known as “acid on film“. 6. Literally, anything. Lloyd Pye - Everything You Know Is Wrong.
Evolution: Why We Prevailed - Full Program. 合気道のDVDなら -the way to mastery store- YouTube. Stories on upcoming movies | moviepilot.com. CE List: Movies With Truth or Consciousness. One the most widely appreciated forms of entertainment is undoubtedly the realm of film and television. Pretty well all of us have seen a number of films and TV shows that have made us either laugh, cry, cheer or even at times leave us contemplating why it was ever made. An element that is not that common in film is to find bits of truth or consciousness, and that’s why we at Collective Evolution have put together a list of some of the films we could think of that could offer you a bit more than simple entertainment. We have also listed a bit (not all) of the truth/ consciousness to look out for when watching the film. Peaceful Warrior Gives a great look at the importance of living in the now, and sheds light on the role that the mind can play in clouding your inner guidance.
Shows the limitless potential we all carry, while emphasizing that there is more to life than just what we have and what we chase in the form of materials and success. The Matrix Equilibrium Lord of War They Live Avatar. The Best Online Lectures and Talks to Boost Your Brain.