Director Roger Young (JOSEPH AND JESUS) presents this dramatic television miniseries that recounts the life of Paul (Johannes Brandrup) the Apostle of Jesus Christ. Originally known as Saul of Tarsus, Paul tortured and persecuted Christians until he experienced a vision of Jesus that forever changed his life. After converting to Christianity, Paul suffered persecution and imprisonment, but never stopped trying to spread the teachings of Christ. Notably, this program was shot on location in the Moroccan desert.
Lyons, France. Michel Descombes is a watchmaker who lives alone with his teenage son Bernard. When the police visits and informs him that Bernard killed a man and is on the run with a girl, Michel realizes that he knew far less about his son than he thought .
The Life of St. Paul, including reenactment of the Book of Acts, and St. Paul's Epistles.
Documentary about the great African-American actor-singer.
Inspired by traditional Hispanic, Irish and American folk music, contemporary Christian musician Fernando Ortega plays an uplifting set of gospel music, which includes songs like "This Good Day," Creation Song," "Virginia Rose" and more. A native of New Mexico, the award-winning Ortega proclaims his love and gratitude to God through beautifully crafted songs, which have touched and comforted countless listeners.
A stately film about the history of St Paul’s Cathedral in London, with a focus on the architecture and individuals buried there, and the impact of the Blitz.
An an in-depth look at the creation of Paul McCartney's new symphonic work, from the very beginnings of the piece through to the world premiere performance at the Royal Albert Hall, London, 14 October 1997.
Music & Musicals, Gospel Music, Inspirational Music, Faith & Spirituality - Bishop Paul S. Morton -- pastor at Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church in New Orleans and a superb vocalist -- returns to his house of worship for the first time since Hurricane Katrina in this stirring gospel performance. In addition to inspirational tunes such as "You Restored Me," "Bow Down," "Not Me Lord, You," "Down at the Cross" and more, the film includes interviews with Big Easy residents and storm survivors.
Dutch visual artist Jeroen Offerman spent three months learning to sing Stairway to Heaven backwards. He then stood in front of St. Paul's Cathedral and recorded it with air guitar, head banging and all, while people strolled past him with stunned looks on their faces. He reversed his recording and added Stairway to Heaven's music track, resulting in a most amazing rendition.
Gerald Fox’s film documents Bill Viola and his wife and close collaborator Kira Perov’s odyssey to create two permanent video installations for London’s St Paul’s Cathedral, Martyrs and Mary, the first art commissions of their kind to be installed in Britain’s most famous religious space.
In order to bring a police commissioner under control, the criminal group that controls a notorious club that specializes in underage strippers, targets the young teenage daughter of the commissioner who is attempting to become independent by going out at night against her mother's wishes.
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In this film, Paul Tomkowicz, Polish-born Canadian, talks about his job and his life in Canada. He compares his new life in the city of Winnipeg to the life he knew in Poland, marvelling at the freedom Canadians enjoy. In winter the rail-switches on streetcar tracks in Winnipeg froze and jammed with freezing mud and snow. Keeping them clean, whatever the weather, was the job of the switchman.
Fifteen year old Pauline and her older cousin, model-shaped Marion, go to the emptying Atlantic coast for an autumn holiday. Marion ignores the approaches of a surfer and falls for Henri, a hedonist who is only interested in a sexual adventure and drops her soon. Pauline's little romance with a young man, Sylvain, is also spoiled by Henri.
Originally known as Paul of Tarsus, Paul tortured and persecuted Christians until he experienced a vision of Jesus that forever changed his life. After converting to Christianity, Paul suffered persecution and imprisonment, but never stopped trying to spread the teachings of Christ.
Paul Burt reels in the best fishing spots, angling tips and the latest product reviews.
More than 150 of Britain’s railway stations are request stops. You have to put out your arm to get the train to stop at the platform. In this series, Paul Merton will travel around the country by train, only getting off at request stops. He’ll explore the history of the stations, and meet the people who live and work around them to learn more about at these unusual and often-overlooked stations.
Paul's Miraculous Adventure is an action-adventure anime television series created by Tatsunoko Productions. The series was broadcast across Japan on the Fuji TV network from October 3, 1976, to September 11, 1977, and lasted 50 half-hour episodes. The series director was Hiroshi Sasagawa, of Speed Racer and Tokimeki Tonight fame.