BBC SPECIAL MONA LISA CODE WALT: MAN BEHIND MYTH OPERATION VALKYRIE CIVIL WAR YOUNG JESUS
BBC TV Special "Secrets of the Mona Lisa"
This excerpt from the BBC television special on the "Secrets of the Mona Lisa", hosted by Andrew Graham-Dixon and broadcast on December 9, 2015, looks at the Isleworth Mona Lisa (also known as the "Earlier Version") with Prof. Jean-Pierre Isbouts (Fielding Graduate University).
THE MONA LISA CODE
This is a 1 minute teaser of the upcoming TV special "The Mona Lisa Code" written and directed by Jean-Pierre Isbouts. It is narrated by Morgan Freeman, and starring Alessandro Demcenko in the role of Leonardo da Vinci. This American-Italian co-production, filmed on location in Italy, uncovers the true identity of the Mona Lisa and shows that more than one original version of this fabled portrait may exist. Produced by Pantheon Studios, the film is distributed by GRB-TV.
Walt: The Man Behind the Myth
The feature-length documentary "Walt: The Man Behind the Myth," directed by Jean-Pierre Isbouts for the Walt Disney Family Foundation, is the definitive film about the life of Walt Disney. The program was first broadcast on ABC during prime time. For more information, please visit www.pantheonTV.com.
This is the opening sequence of the Pantheon docudrama "Operation Valkyrie", the true story of the assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler, and the coup attempt led by Claus Graf von Stauffenberg. The film was produced by William Schwartz, and written and directed by Jean-Pierre Isbouts. In addition to full dramatizations of the plot, it also features interviews with survivors of the conspiracy. Available at Netflix and Amazon.com. For more information, please visit www.PantheonTV.com.
The Civil War: A Photographic History
This is the opening sequence of "The Civil War: A Photographic History", a companion film for the Parragon Books publication, written and directed by Jean-Pierre Isbouts and produced by Pantheon Studios. The sequence includes a dramatization of the Battle of Gettysburg. For more information about Pantheon, please visit www.pantheonTV.com.
This TV special on the "lost years" of Jesus' adolescence is hosted by Jean-Pierre Isbouts, author of "Young Jesus" (Sterling 2008). It was first broadcast on the PBS network on Easter of 2009. Prof. Isbouts is the best-selling author of several books on biblical history, including National Geographic's "The Biblical World" and "In the Footsteps of Jesus."