What has Nasa been hiding from us beyond the visual spectrum?
Short investigation of light and color, shot on Super 8mm.
Dropped into a white room with a magical colour wheel, Ms White sets off to find her place in a world of colour.
Color Spectrum shows the comings and goings of passersby on a boardwalk. Multiple exposure and color filters transform human figures in ghostly presences of variable color shades.
Margaret Honda's awesome Spectrum Reverse Spectrum is a silent, camera-less colour-field film created and exhibited on 70mm. A maximalist expression of minimalism reminiscent of James Turrell's light sculptures, Honda's immersive, epically scaled work is both abstract and strangely affecting, especially as a collective viewing experience.
About the past , my memory are fading and The past "I" is also vanishing . Considering the question of the relation between "I" and its image and death.
Short directed by Hy Hirsh.
Memoirs of a Spectrum Addict is a full length documentary feature film which takes a detailed look at the ZX Spectrum, its history, developers, games and fans. The film is a unique tribute to the Sinclair ZX Spectrum. Memoirs of a Spectrum Addict has re-enactments, interviews like you’ve never seen before with major Spectrum industry figures, and features real people who grew up influenced by the Sinclair ZX Spectrum!
Live at The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA, December 18, 1987
BooBoo, a young telepath, and her father, Yogi, are revolutionaries pitted against the "New Electromagnetic Order". Their story, set in the year 2007 in a blighted Nevada outpost, is interwoven with a history of the development of electromagnetic technologies, from X-rays to atom bombs, from television to the Internet.
An exciting video journey through the world of time-lapse photography by one of the founders of the science of photobiology, Dr. John Nash Ott. Do fluorescent lights cause cancer and childhood learning and behavior disorders? Can long-term exposure to low-level radiation as from TV sets, computers, fluorescent lights, and similar devices harm you? Does living behind window glass and with glasses covering our eyes over years affect our health? Is natural sunlight and trace ultra-violet radiation really harmful? Or is it necessary and beneficial? How do cells, plants, and animals respond to constant exposure to different light color frequencies? These and similar questions were the subjects of Dr. Ott's pioneering investigations in the field of photobiology, using the methods of time-lapse photography.
After a lonely English girl learns of a hidden letter from her estranged father, she journeys to Australia in search of answers and the man who can give them to her.
This is the definitive Documentary on Alien Abduction. A careful fact based study of the most credible cases, hoaxes, military historical involvement and expert interviews.
A glimpse into the collective memory of the city of Chicago at the invitation of the Chicago Film Archive. In a very associative way, the experimental anthropologist and cineast Silva sampled a mini city symphony from 35 films, limiting himself purely to existing visual material. The soundtrack comes from Phil Cohran, known among other things for his work with Sun Ra.
A documentary about autism and sensory perception that features live-action and animated segments.
A live concert performance by the band Dio, recorded at The Spectrum in Philadelphia. Originally released on VHS in 1984, most of the performance has been re-released on the We Rock DVD, minus the opening track of "Stand Up and Shout."
11-12-91 The Spectrum Philadelphia PA
This video is designed to help brothers and sisters understand and support siblings on the autism spectrum. It contains three segments for children of different age ranges (4-7, 7-12, and 12 to adult.) It also includes a fourth segment designed for parents. The program features interviews with children who share the "best practices" they've learned to use with siblings.
Three young people on the autism spectrum share a flat together.
Spectrum is a unique, in-depth documentary series highlighting today’s professional Supercross and motocross athletes in a fashion never before seen within the sport. Featuring athletes such as Andrew Short, who is on his 15th year as a professional, to newcomers trying to make a name for themselves such as Luke Renzland; Spectrum dives deep into the psyche of the these athletes, all of whom are at different intersections of their careers. Showing viewers the different layers of such a demanding and, sometimes life-threatening sport.
Spectrum is a Canadian drama anthology television miniseries which aired on CBC Television in 1958.
We live in a world ablaze with colour. Rainbows and rainforests, oceans and humanity, Earth is the most colourful place we know of. But the colours we see are far more complex and fascinating than they appear. In this series, Dr Helen Czerski uncovers what colour is, how it works, and how it has written the story of our planet - from the colours that transformed a dull ball of rock into a vivid jewel to the colours that life has used to survive and thrive. But the story doesn't end there - there are also the colours that we can't see, the ones that lie beyond the rainbow. Each one has a fascinating story to tell.