This fall, we feature four episodes from the hit FOX/National Geographic Channel series Cosmos, as well as a historic classic from the Geographic’s past, and great films from the National Geographic Channel and independent filmmakers.
Cosmos: Standing Up in the Milky Way
The Ship of the Imagination is ready to set sail for the stars again in the inspiring opening episode. (2014, 48 min)
Birds of Paradise
Scientists go high into the rain forest canopy in search of the rare, exotic, and beautiful birds of paradise. (2012, 45 min)
Cosmos: Hiding in the Light
The keys to the cosmos have been lying around for us to find all along, waiting for us to learn the basic rules of science. (2014, 48 min)
The Incredible Machine
Explore the unseen world beneath our skin in this classic National Geographic Special featuring some of the first images from inside a human body ever presented on film. Introduced by Karen Buckley of National Geographic’s Film Preservation Project. (1975, 56 min)
Cosmos: Deeper, Deeper, Deeper Still
The Ship of the Imagination takes us on an epic voyage to the bottom of a dewdrop to discover the exotic life forms and violent conflict unfolding there. (2014, 48 min)
Is tourism destroying the world—or saving it? This provocative documentary raises urgent questions about one of the most powerful globalizing forces of our time. (2014, 70 min)
Cosmos: Unafraid of the Dark
Despite centuries of scientific progress, the cosmos still holds many mysteries, such as dark energy. (2014, 48 min)
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