He’s an unlikely hero, exiled and insecure – until God calls him to free the Israelites! Experience the epic story of MOSES in jaw-dropping scale, brought to life on stage with massive sets, spectacular special effects and live animals. Filmed before a live audience, it’s an unforgettable, uplifting production that takes your family right into the center of the Red Sea.
An ordinary man is called upon by God to do the impossible in this lovingly told production of the Old Testament story. When the Pharaoh of Egypt begins to tighten the noose on his Jewish slaves, Moses (Ben Kingsley) leads them to freedom. Philip Stone, Anthony Higgins, Anton Lesser and Anita Zagaria are featured in this award-winning installment from TNT's "greatest stories of the Bible" series directed by Roger Young.
In 1963 a cow goes missing from an Irish Magdalene Asylum only to reappear 25 years later at a gas station in Texas. The attendant calls the sheriff, the sheriff calls the doctor, and together the three discover a strange mystery in the middle of an American nowhere.
The Old Testament book of Exodus tells the story of Moses leading the Hebrews out of Egypt. This documentary explores this exodus and Moses to find proof that he really did exist. Records found in Egypt, recent scientific discoveries, and research propose that he did live. Learn how a distant volcano and flooding of the Nile could be related to the ten plagues and the parting of the Red Sea.
This 30-minute, animated Bible video recounts the traumatic early years of Moses’ life, his privileged youth in Pharaoh’s household, and his dreary days of tending sheep in the Midian desert. Watch God’s awesome hand as He moves a tiny baby from a papyrus basket coated with tar and pitch to become the eventual deliverer of Israel!
In the middle of the night, Egyptian soldiers search for Moses (Martin Jarvis) whose brother Aaron (Tony Leader) swfitly dispatches him on a camel. Back at the royal palace, Ramses warns his son Meneptah (Simon Callow) of compassion towards the Hebrews.
After years of fame and misfortune in Mexico, the members of the Leningrad Cowboys decide to return to their native village. Their former manager Vladimir, who now calls himself Moses lead them on their way home.
Vesterman has found a young seal in his fishing nets in the outskirts of the archipelago. When he comes back to the Saltkråkan island he gives the seal to Tjorven, who names it Moses. Peter Malm, a visitor who works at the Zoological Institute in Uppsala, wants to buy the seal, but Tjorven says it's not for sale. Vesterman is in need of money and tries to get the seal back, to sell it to Peter. The children have to hide the seal, so he won't find it. Pelle's rabbit Jocke and one of Söderman's lambs are found bitten to death. The dog Båtsman is accused of those evil deeds, which means that Tjorven's father has to shoot her dog. In the last minute Söderman finds out that a fox is the perpetrator. Peter Malm says he won't buy the seal. Vesterman is disappointed and the seal stays with the children.
Story of Moses. Originally a TV Miniseries recut for theaters
Harvey and Zoey, two tourists in Israel, discover an ancient scroll about Herschel, the man who was almost Moses. Herschel receives the command from God to free his people from slavery, but Moses keeps getting all the credit.
The adopted prince of Egypt, Moses eventually learns the truth behind his identity, and must make a decision whether to follow his heart away from Egypt, or remain as prince. Journey back in time with young Moses from the moment he is adopted by the powerful Pharaoh of Egypt through his amazing discovery of his true identity. Aiding Moses in his journey of self-discovery is his trusty dog Tut who constantly battles the naughty Niffer-kitty. Will Moses follow his heart to the prophesied promised land or remain the reigning prince who enjoys big profits? MOSES, EGYPT'S GREAT PRINCE combines the action and humor of ALADDIN with the spirit and richness of THE TEN COMMANDMENTS. It will entertain and inspire the entire family.
A con man on the run in Africa aids a minister's daughter by helping lead a local tribe to their new homeland.
A meat enigma spoken in eternal language of director, con man, and magician. It’s about the sham flesh that men create to dam the streaming of truth from their muscles and senses… a molecule of revelation in the shape of drama thrown off by the artist between Anticipation and Dog Star Man.
Wealthy, powerful sweatshop owner falls in love with employee's teenage daughter, who feels obligated to marry him after he shares his wealth with her parents, though she actually loves a young Marxist unionizer.
A story about a young boy nicknamed Moses who lives in Germany Democratic Republic.
Moses und Aron is a three-act opera by Arnold Schoenberg with the third act unfinished. The 2015 Production was led by Romeo Castellucci in Paris. Moses und Aron was filmed for television by film director François-René Martin, in coproduction with the Paris Opera, Bel air Media and Arte, with support from the CNC. Moses und Aron was broadcast live on Arte concert and on the Paris Opera website on October 20th 2015, and subsequently broadcast on Arte on Ocotber 23rd 2015.
The legless ghost of a girl discovers some disembodied tap shoes, dancing to "Moses Supposes" from Singin' in the Rain, and attempts to join them in their dance.
1950 short film nominated for an Oscar in the category "Best Short Subject, One-reel"
This impressive doco disperses the fog of shame and sensationalism to shed light on the tragedy that made international headlines in 2007 when a young Wainuiomata woman died during a mākutu lifting.
MOSES AND AARON finds Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet, through their exemplary craft, transforming a familiar Biblical tale into a borderline-surreal cinematic opera of seemingly endless possibility. In expressive, melodic tones, the fraternal pair debate God’s true message and intent for His creations, a conflict that leads their followers — in extravagantly choreographed song and dance — towards chaos and sin. Set almost entirely within a Roman amphitheater whose history lends every precise line-reading and gesture, every startling camera move and cut, a totalizing force, Straub-Huillet’s adaptation of Schoenberg’s unfinished opera opens us to the stimulating worldview of a filmmaking duo whose masterful efforts are finally coming to light.
Moses is a British documentary programme that chronicles the life of Moses using scientific and contemporary historical evidence. It was first broadcast in the United Kingdom at 8 p.m. on 1 December 2002, and was produced and joint-sponsored by the BBC and TLC in association with Jerusalem Productions. Moses was commissioned by the BBC in July 2001 following the success of a similar series, Son of God, which had been broadcast three months earlier—it documented the life of Moses is a style similar to that which Son of God had previously done for Jesus Christ. Moses was presented by Jeremy Bowen, a former Middle East correspondent for BBC News, and was directed by Jean-Claude Bragard. It featured live-action reenactments, computer-generated images of the period and interviews with historians and scholars.
An ordinary man is called upon by God to do the impossible in this lovingly told production of the Old Testament story. When the Pharaoh of Egypt begins to tighten the noose on his Jewish slaves, Moses leads them to freedom.
A Woman Called Moses is a television miniseries based on the life of Harriet Tubman, the escaped African American slave who helped to organize the Underground Railroad, and who led dozens of African Americans from enslavement in the Southern United States to freedom in the Northern states and Canada. Narrated by Orson Welles, the production was broadcast on the NBC television network on December 11 and 12 1978. Tubman was portrayed by Emmy Award winner and Academy Award nominee Cicely Tyson.
The story begins in the city of Pi-Ramesses, in Egypt, at approximately 1300 B.C, when the powerful pharaoh Seti, orders the death of every male newborn in his hatred of the Hebrew people. Amidst the horrors of mass infanticide, one brave Hebrew family defies Pharaoh`s command and hides their child in a basket set afloat on the river Nile, trusting that God would carry him to safety.
The story begins when a wave of violence hits London following the discovery of the bizarrely mutilated body of a man in the Thames. First appearances suggest a witchcraft killing. But the dark reality is more complicated – and even more frightening. Assigned to the case is young, hopeful DS Dan Twentyman and his senior partner DI Moses Jones, seconded from Scotland Yard due to cultural links with the local community.
An ITC/RAI co-production, shooting took place in Rome and on location in Morocco and Israel in 1973–74. The 360-minute long mini-series was later edited into a 141-minute theatrical version of the same name.