Chip Taylor Communications


Eyes on Science Series

CINE Golden Eagle Award
Gold Chris Award
-Columbus IFF

"Highly Recommended. An excellent change of pace introduction to new science topics. Each program will pique the interest of viewers and encourage additional research." -School Library Journal
This fast-paced series offers a close-up look at how things are made, grown, built, bought and sold in various countries around the world. Produced by Filmoption International. Programs available on 1, 3 or 5 DVD(s), Digital Streaming File(s) or Video(s). For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 or e-mail

List of Titles


1. Food and Milk

1. Food and Milk

Chocolate - If you're a chocolate worshipper, this factory in Switzerland will be your idea of heaven. Donut - Hot, glazed donuts. At this Krispy Kreme store in Virginia, more than 7,000 dozen donuts are made per day, with perfect timing for the best melt-in-your-mouth taste. Ice Click for more


2. Food and Water

2. Food and Water

Asparagus - It's not "Jack and the Beanstalk," but the asparagus in one Peruvian valley is growing at the astounding rate of one inch every three hours. Baking Noodles - Let's go to a Bangkok, Thailand, noodle factory where flour, water, starch, and salt are blended, beaten, rolled, twisted, Click for more


Eyes on Science 1 & 2

Eyes on Science 1 & 2

A combined version of Eyes on Science 1: Food and Milk and Eyes on Science 2: Food and Wateris available.
Eyes on Science 1: Food and Milk
"Chocolate" - If you're a chocolate worshipper, this factory in Switzerland will be your idea of heaven. "Donut" - Hot, glazed donuts. At this Krispy Click for more


3. Man-Made Wonders

3. Man-Made Wonders

The Bay Bridge - See how engineers earthquake-proof California's Bay Bridge. 250,000 cars and trucks cross this bridge every day. Making it safe is a fascinating and important job. The Hubble Telescope - Here we join astronauts on the Space Shuttle Discovery for an out-of-this-world Click for more


4. Natural Wonders

4. Natural Wonders

Ancient Pottery - In a modest Peruvian workshop, traditional artisans turn clay pots, just like their ancestors did. These exquisite ceramics are then sold at elegant boutiques around the world. Orphan Elephants - Deep in a Sri Lankan jungle, baby elephants are coddled at the Pinnawela Orphanage. Click for more


Eyes on Science 3 & 4

Eyes on Science 3 & 4

A combined version of Eyes on Science 3: Man-Made Wonders and Eyes on Science 4: Natural Wonders is available.
Eyes on Science 3: Man-Made Wonders
"The Bay Bridge" - See how engineers earthquake-proof California's Bay Bridge. 250,000 cars and trucks cross this bridge every day. Making Click for more


5. Gold and Money

5. Gold and Money

Gold - Panning for gold goes large-scale in this gigantic mine in Peru where truckloads of earth are sifted in search of treasure. Here we see the gold as it is poured, molded and stacked. Money: The Durability Lab - Is your money tough enough? In Washington, D.C., technicians torture dollar Click for more


Eyes on Science Series, Parts 1 - 5

Eyes on Science Series, Parts 1 - 5

A combined version of 1. Food and Milk; 2. Food and Water; 3. Man-Made Wonders; 4. Natural Wonders, and 5. Gold and Money is available.
1. Food and Milk
"Chocolate" - If you're a chocolate worshipper, this factory in Switzerland will be your idea of heaven. "Donut" - Hot, glazed donuts. Click for more





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