FMTV - Journey Of The Universe

Journey Of The Universe

Runtime: 56m 30s | Release date: 2013

From the Big Bang to the epic impact humans have on the planet today, this film is designed to inspire a new and closer relationship with Earth in a period of growing environmental and social crisis.

Journey Of The Universe begins on the historically rich Greek island of Samos, birthplace of mathematician Pythagoras. Disembarking on the island at dawn, evolutionary philosopher Brian Thomas Swimme expertly guides us on an exhilarating trek through time and space, sharing a wondrous view of cosmic evolution as a process based on immense creativity, connection, and interdependence. After the toll of midnight, he sets sail into the star-lit waters of the Aegean Sea, leaving audiences with a sense of wonder at the mystery, complexity, and connectivity that permeates the Earth and universe from the very beginning.

Big science, big history, big story, this one-of-a-kind film was co-written by Swimme and Yale University historian of religions Mary Evelyn Tucker. They weave a tapestry that draws together scientific discoveries in astronomy, geology, biology, ecology, and biodiversity with humanistic insights concerning the nature of the universe. Created by a renowned team of scientists, scholars, and award-winning filmmakers.

Brian Thomas Swimme


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Gemma Sydney | 2 days, 9 hours ago
This film should be shown in schools. If everyone knew what an amazing place our planet is, mankind would make more effort to preserve it. Very beautifully presented and well researched. Thank you✨🙏🏻♥️
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 1 day, 22 hours ago
Totally agree with you, Gemma! Thanks so much for your wonderful feedback! ❤️ ~ Iris@FMTV
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Marie Vest | 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Wow, this is a wake up call for anyone who is paying attention! It's impossible to watch this documentary without developing a deep sense of amazement and wonder at the beauty and complexities of our worlds, and to also feel alarm at the damage and distruction we are causing to our planet, our home!
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Pauline Balidiong | FMTV | 1 month, 3 weeks ago
We appreciate this message, Marie! Thank you :) ~ Pauline@FMTV