One frame of film for each page: the history of human knowledge becomes an illegible, strobing stream of images.
An actor is approached by a group of men offering him a job posing as an executive at a diamond exchange to help them pull off a robbery.
Britannica's Fairy Tales from Around the World presents "Beauty and the Beast & Other Animated Tales." A bevy of beasts all come together in this dazzling assortment of fairy tale classics. Produced by Encyclopedia Beirtannica, this collection of colorful cartoons tell the stories of fretful maidens, cursed princes, and helpful animals both big and small. Includes 4 Animated Tales- 1) Beauty and the Beast, 2) Sedna, 3) The Chinese Parrot, 4) The Scarecrow
A documentary illustrating the black community's understanding of, and response to, racism in Britain. It presents from a black working class perspective, an analysis of racism within the context of British history and the post-war crisis of the British economy. At the same time the film reflects the increasingly militant response within the black community to the continuing attacks upon it, both by organised fascist elements on the streets, and by the state itself.
Professor Brian Cox embarks on a mission to guide viewers through 350 years of British science, laying bare what science really is, who the people are who practise it, and how it connects to the past, present and future of each of us.