Products 229-236 of 236
Show
Naples And The Amalfi Coast
Retail: $49.00
Price: $49.00
Availability: In Stock
Item #: 680044984285 -

    With its towering cliffs and villages perched high on mountain slopes, the Amalfi coast epitomizes La Dolce Vita. It became fashionable in the 1950s, visited by Jackie Kennedy and Sophia Loren, and it has never gone out of style. The Amalfi coast depends on tourism, which provides 90% of its revenue. But not everyone welcomes the arrival of the tourists.

    Curiosity Quest: Bike Making
    Retail: $19.99
    Price: $19.99
    Availability: In Stock
    Item #: 609224857102 -

      Join Joel on this sporty quest as he learns how BMX Bikes are made with Fit Bikes. Put your math skills to use for this intricate journey through the bike making world.

      Curiosity Quest Goes Green: Water Reclamation
      Retail: $19.99
      Price: $19.99
      Availability: In Stock
      Item #: 609224857904 -

        Have you ever wondered how water can be recycled? Greene visits a water reclamation plant where he learns where the water goes after it's flushed down the toilet and how it can be cleaned, treated and re-used.

        Atomic Hope
        Retail: $49.00
        Price: $49.00
        Availability: In Stock
        Item #: 680044983967 -

          Could nuclear energy be the solution to the climate crisis? ATOMIC HOPE is an observational documentary which follows a tiny group of highly unpopular "pro-nuclear" activists who controversially believe we now need to urgently re-address our feelings on nuclear power if we are to have any hope of decarbonizing our energy systems before the effects of catastrophic climate change wreak havoc.

          Ait Atta - Nomads Of The High Atlas
          Retail: $49.00
          Price: $49.00
          Availability: In Stock
          Item #: 680044984230 -

            The Ait Atta tribe of the High Atlas mountain range in Morocco preserves their ancestral right of access to the agdal, a communal land management system that dates back hundreds of years. The film follows Ben Youssef family's arduous transhumant journey from the desert-like landscape of Nkob to the green pastures of Agdal Igourdane, throughout uneven terrain of steep climbs and descents of these High Atlas mountains. They migrate each summer with their 800 goats, donkeys, mules, camels and...

            The Church with an Overshot Wheel: Story by O. Henry
            Retail: $29.95
            Price: $29.95
            Availability: In Stock
            Item #: 680044983929 -

              The Church with an Overshot Wheel is one of two surviving O. Henry stories (out of 94) produced by Vitagraph Studios from 1917 until 1924. Originally released in 1920 and restored in 2022, this black and white silent film is accompanied by an original musical score by silent film composer Donald Sosin. Synopsis - A grain miller lost his daughter and converted his mill into a church. This O. Henry short story was first published by Doubleday in 1911 in the book Sixes and Sevens.

              Tracking Notes: The Secret World of Mountain Lions
              Retail: $39.00
              Price: $39.00
              Availability: In Stock
              Item #: 680044983950 -

                A unique, non-invasive, mountain lion study uses a giant network of trail cameras scattered throughout the mountains over a decade to piece together the life story of a female mountain lion. This film weaves clips of mountain lions and their complex interactions with each other and the rest of the forest world into a story that contains never-before-captured events and behaviors at every turn.

                A Call to Arts: An Artistic Journey in Ireland 1935-1975
                Retail: $39.00
                Price: $39.00
                Availability: In Stock
                Item #: 680044983943 -

                  A Call to Arts is a film about love, art, revolution, and Ireland. Meet Helen Hooker and Ernie O'Malley as you join their youngest son Cormac's journey to discover his parents most significant contributions to the arts in Ireland in the 20th century. The documentary is a biography of a couple who made it their life's work to see Ireland not for how it was, but for what it could become. Drawn from an archival collection of 20,000 photographs, you will see how Helen Hooker's powerful photos...