THE ROCK CYCLE-- Understanding the Products and Processes of an Ever-changing Earth introduces viewers to one of the classic concepts of earth science: rocks evolve and transform from one type to another in a never-ending cycle. This program explores the links between earth processes and products. The animated rock cycle diagram helps viewers to make the connection with the natural world. Designed for those with a curiosity for the ever-changing nature of planet earth. Ages 12 & up. 30 minutes, full color, live action, stills, graphics & animation, stereo hi-fi. Awards: American Film Festival, International Film & TV Festival of New York.
“... an innovative combination of art with science...Highly recommended.” Landers Film & Video Reviews, Winter 1990.
“Producer Blair Robbins has put together a video on a very visually-suited topic and made it available at a very reasonable price. It should be of use in all schools teaching earth sciences as well as public libraries where demand for this topic runs high.”
(4*) Video Rating Guide for Libraries, Vol. 2, No. 1.
“Brilliant photographs...magnificent landscape footage...” Sue-Ellen Beauregard, Booklist, 12/1/90.
“Using a wide variety of filmed natural activities, The Rock Cycle demystifies earth science, while at the same time promoting a greater understanding of the interrelatedness of Earth’s natural processes. Highly recommended...” (3.5*) Video Librarian, Oct. 90.