As a group of Danish children pass into adolescence, gradually the most popular girl becomes an outcast, for trivial reasons that she never understands.
It started with filming the tree. Something was released in that manner of filming seemingly farthest removed from the procedure of the early films. I first thought a simple ordering of this rich material might be enough, something related to BARN RUSHES. But the essential feelings and meanings of that filmiming held themselves back. So I pursued sounds of comparable texture and richness, from which material the 'deaf bar" (thanks to Roger Jacoby and Pittsburgh Filmmakers) and stockyard (thanks to Alan Berliner and U. of Oklahoma) sounds attached themselves to the work. But the film only came into its form-life with the idea of linking this deep-rooted and far-outreaching tree material with that film on paranoia that had fascinated me for many years. (...)–L. G.
Uncommon Knowledge is a weekly 30-minute current affairs TV show hosted by Peter Robinson and co-produced and presented by San Jose, California, PBS member station KTEH from 1997 to 2005. It was distributed first by American Public Television and later by PBS to public television stations throughout the United States and internationally by NPR Worldwide. The show is funded by foundations and organizations, including the conservative John M. Olin Foundation and produced by the Hoover Institution.
Knowledge Power is a weekly 30-minute educational show aired on ABS-CBN, a spin-off of host Ernie Baron’s Hoy Gising! segment and TV Patrol's Itanong Kay Ka Ernie. Aired every Saturday from 5:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m, the show is educational and informative even as it also entertains. The topics are highly informative, engaging and mostly out-of-the-ordinary. The program is a cross between Ripley’s Believe It or Not and Discovery Channel. It does not only explore into the bizarre and the extraordinary, but pursues light yet thought-provoking, significant and highly-instructive items. Features sometimes serve as survival tips for viewers. Through extensive research and creative production, the show delves on the sciences, health, history, paranormal, cultures, civilizations, people, among others. The show aims to educate and entertain. The educational bent of the show is primarily geared towards enhancing children’s outlooks and potentials. The program is divided into four gaps -- two main stories and two regular segments-- which include "For Your Information" and "Health Tips ni Ka Ernie." Some new segments are "See Them Here First," "The First Knowledge," "Gallery," "Bakit Nga Ba?" "Question and Answer," "Scrabble, Scramble" and "What If."
Local Knowledge focuses on the culture of fishing as seen through the often humorous viewpoints of two drastically different fishermen from opposite sides of the country. Ali Hussainy of San Diego, California is the President of BD Outdoors, the largest fishing site on the web, while Capt. Rush Maltz is a born and raised Florida Keys fishing guide. Watch this unique take on the "fishing show".
Game show about common knowledge hosted by Joey Fatone.