In The Womb 2005

In The Womb is a 2005 National Geographic Channel documentary that focus on studying and showing the development of the embryo in the uterus. The show makes extensive use of Computer-generated imagery to recreate the real stages of the process.

Pup Birth

"Pup Birth" captures the excitement, chaos, and tenderness between a dog and her newly-born litter of puppies. In intimate close-up, the puppies crawl around and nuzzle with their mother, mirroring JoAnn Elam's own affection for dogs and animals in general. The date of production remains unknown.

The Birth of Christ 2007

Acclaimed composer Andrew T. Miller brings his stunning musical retelling of the birth of Christ to the hallowed grounds of Dublin, Ireland's Christ Church Cathedral to create a once-in-a-lifetime presentation of ecumenical proportions. Narrated by actor Liam Neeson, this powerful production features a monumental collaboration between the Protestant Choirs of the Christ Church and St. Patrick's Cathedrals.

Kacey Mottet Klein, Birth of an Actor 2015

A body is growing and developing in front of the camera, absorbing sensations and emotions, confronting its limits and its darker hidden parts. A body that through the years abandons itself to the character, transforming what could be seen as simple (children's) play-acting into the true work of an actor.

Birth/Mother 2006

Tarachime is a documentary film which observes 'life' through childbirth. Kawase Naomi, a film director working under the theme of family, life and death, presents the bond of life through her own childbirth experience. Since the summer of 2006, the film has been broadcast throughout Europe and awarded a number of prizes at film festivals, arousing sensations around the world. Bearing a new life means dividing our life. First, I was planning to film from the day I conceived a child and to the moment I gave birth. But I realized, while filming, that this is not the story of "one life." In the end, the film sublimed to a higher stage on which we can witness the knot tying one life with another.

Birth of a Nation 1983

A new teacher at a highly problematic comprehensive school feels that corporal punishment may just be inflaming the problems, and so begins to campaign against it.

The Birth Of The Beatles 1979

Birth of The Beatles is a 1979 biopic motion picture, produced by Dick Clark Productions and directed by Richard Marquand. Focuses on the early history of 1960s rock band The Beatles. It was released only nine years after the announced break-up of The Beatles themselves, and is the only Beatles biopic to be made while John Lennon was still alive. The film tries very hard to be accurate, opening with a written statement read out by a narrator stating the authenticity of the production, emphasising as it put it: "former Beatle, Pete Best" acting as technical advisor.

Birth of a Notion 1947

Daffy Duck, hoping to avoid flying south by finding a sucker who will let him stay, ends up at the house of a mad scientist and his dog, Leopold.

Birth 1984

Life on apocalypse Aqualoid proceeds humorously and grandiosely; Nam's new sword starts attracting aggressive Inorganics, however, endangering him, Rasa, friends and the whole planet.

Sudden Birth

An average cop is thrown off a bit by...a sudden birth.

Birth Pangs

An experimental short film that expresses apocalyptic dread

Birth Pains 2015

Fun thirty-three minute documentary about the making of David Cronenberg's THE BROOD features interviews with star Samantha Eggar, executive producer Pierre David, special effects artists Rick Baker and Joe Blasco as well as assistant director John Board.

Another Birth 1988

Documentarian Mehrdad Oskouei's debut short, shot on Super 8mm.

Birth of a Timeless Legacy 2004

William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy some nice thoughts in The Birth of a Timeless Legacy doc, which tells about the way Star Trek came to be.

The Birth of Light 1997

One shot, taken using a time-lapse technique, of a sunrise in an Iranian mountain landscape. A thin band of light shines across a starry sky, the sun comes up, the dawn light glows.

John A.: Birth of a Country 2011

A riveting political thriller starring Shawn Doyle (John A. Macdonald), Peter Outerbridge (George Brown) and David LaHaye (George-Etienne Cartier) and set during the struggles that take Canada from colony to country.

Birth Control Revolution 1967

The insane gynecologist, Dr. Marukido Sadao (Marquis de Sade), theorizes that a woman is unable to become pregnant if she is writhing in intense pain during intercourse. He sets about testing this new method of birth control by torturing women during sex.

John A.: Birth of a Country

John A.: Birth of a Country is a Canadian television film, which aired on CBC Television in 2011. Dramatizing the events that led up to Canadian Confederation in 1867 based on Richard Gwyn's non-fiction book John A.: The Man Who Made Us, the film stars Shawn Doyle as Sir John A. Macdonald, the first Prime Minister of Canada. The film's cast also includes Peter Outerbridge as George Brown, David La Haye as George-Étienne Cartier, Aidan Devine as John Sandfield Macdonald and Patrick McKenna as Alexander Galt, as well as Michelle Nolden, Peter MacNeill, Cedric Smith and Rob Stewart. The film won two Canadian Screen Award acting categories at the 2013 Canadian Screen Awards, for Lead Actor in Television Film or Miniseries and Supporting Actor in a Drama Program or Series. It also won the top direction and writing awards.

The Birthday Boys 2013

"The Birthday Boys" is a scripted original sketch comedy, executive produced by Bob Odenkirk ("Breaking Bad", "Mr. Show") and Ben Stiller ("The Secret Life of Walter Mitty", "Zoolander"). The series features the Los Angeles comedy group of the same name (UCB Theatre Los Angeles, Just for Laughs Festival) along with Odenkirk and is in the classic vein of absurd/silly/smart/funny variety shows ("Mr. Show", Monty Python), featuring sketches that twist real-life moments and cultural touchstones.

Birthday People

Birthday People was a British children's television programme that ran for several years on the south west of England's regional channel Westcountry Television. The programme, showcasing children's birthday cards and messages, was Westcountry's replacement for the highly successful Gus Honeybun slots aired by the company's predecessors TSW and Westward. A number of different formats for Birthday People were tried out from 1993, including a nature theme presented by ex-Really Wild Show host Nicola Davies. Chris Langmore one of Westcountry's two Continuity Announcers presented the show with science themes from a number of locations around the South West. From Plymouth City Airport he took the show high over the countryside presenting one of the sequences from a light aircraft. From Kent's Cavern in Torquay he dressed up as a caveman to show how hard life was in pre-historic times. Westcountry presenters were also sent out to read birthday cards from local tourist attractions. From around 2000, Birthday People was hosted by a pair of puppet characters called Flotsam and Jetsam. Captain Flotsam lived in a lighthouse on "Herringbone Rock" with his sidekick Jessie the Seagull. Here they would present "The Birthday Log", while having various, often surreal, adventures. The first episode was never aired as it was considered too rude. It was an Easter programme in which Jessie sprayed the lighthouse with eggs. It is believed it was pulled because these eggs came from her bottom. The decision of the Executives not to air this episode left most of ITV Westcountry baffled. It is not known if a tape of this programme remains.

Mickey's 60th Birthday

Mickey's 60th Birthday is the 1988 television special broadcast on the Walt Disney anthology television series on November 18, 1988 on NBC. As the title suggests, it was produced for the 60th anniversary of the Mickey Mouse character. Like Who Framed Roger Rabbit, much of the footage featured in the film is live-action with newly-made animation. It was rebroadcast on Disney Channel Europe on November 18, 2008 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the special, as well as Mickey's 80th birthday.

Geordie Shore: Big Birthday Battle 2016

Geordie Shore: Big Birthday Battle, a spin-off series of Geordie Shore, a British television programme based in Newcastle upon Tyne was confirmed on 6 February 2016 following cast member Scott's win on Celebrity Big Brother it was announced that he'd be filming for the next series of Geordie Shore the next day. However, on 12 February 2016 it was confirmed that the cast past and present would be reuniting for a mini-series to celebrate five years of the show.[1] The series began airing on 10 May 2016.[2] It features all of the current cast members and the return of former cast members Daniel Thomas-Tuck, James Tindale, Jay Gardner, Kyle Christie, Ricci Guarnaccio and Sophie Kasaei. The only past cast members that did not return for this series were Greg Lake, Rebecca Walker and Vicky Pattison.[3] This series is classified as "Geordie Shore: Big Birthday Battle" and not billed as the thirteenth series. The series also features a new twist with Gaz and Charlotte going head-to-head as team captains planning the best nights out for their team. This series includes a special episode airing on the fifth birthday, on 24 May 2016 featuring the Geordie's reactions of previous episodes. The series also includes the show's 100th episode, airing on 31 May 2016. On 1 June 2016 it was announced that original cast member Charlotte Crosby had quit the show and that this would be her final series.[4]

Irving Berlin's 100th Birthday Celebration

A Glorious Gathering Of Musical Stars! It was held in CARNEGIE HALL on the night of May 28th, 1988 in tribute and commemoration of the composer. “Irving Berlin's 100th Birthday Celebration” Following is the list of artists and songs performed in this 90 + minute TV special: HOSTS include S. MacLaine, W. Cronkite, Jerome Robbins, Morton Gould....more * Shirley MacLaine: -'Let Me Sing & I'm Happy' *Nell Carter - Michael Feinstein:-'Everybody Step', 'I Love A Piano', 'Alexander's Ragtime Band' * Jerry Orbach -Maureen McGovern:- 'Play A Simple Melody', 'A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody', 'The Song Is Ended', 'Easter Parade' *Willie Nelson:- 'Blue Skies' * Madeline Kahn 'You'd Be Surprised' *Ray Charles /Raelettes:-'How Deep Is The Ocean?', 'What'll I Do?' *Joe Williams -Billy Eckstine -Diane Schuur:- 'Let Yourself Go', 'Marie', 'All By Myself', 'Change Partners', 'Cheek To Cheek', 'Say It With Music' * Bea Arthur “ I't's Lovely Day Today”, “The Hostess With the Mostess”, and joins in with *Barry Bostwick and Maryann Plunket in a medley of songs from “ Annie Get Your Gun” *Rosemary Clooney:-'Count Your Blessings' 'White Christmas' (See note below) *Tony Bennett :- 'Let's Face The Music And Dance' *Tommy Tune ( sings and taps):-'Puttin' On The Ritz' *Garrison Keillor :- recites 'All Alone' *Natalie Cole:- 'Supper Time' *Frank Sinatra:- 'Always', 'When I Lost You' *US Army Chorus + Marilyn Horne + Boys and Girl Scouts:- 'This Is The Army',' This Is A Great Country ', 'GOD BLESS AMERICA': Marilyn Horne in probably the most stirring performance EVER!! FINALE:- Entire Cast: "There's No Business Like Show Business"

Big Bird's Birthday Celebration

Big Bird's Birthday Celebration, or Eat My Cake, was a 1991 television special based on the legendary children's television show Sesame Street, in which Big Bird turned 6. Up until this special, the character of Big Bird was only four years old. In this special, a five year old Big Bird celebrated his sixth birthday. The program was aired by PBS as part of a pledge drive. This special actually goes against the established plot line, as in the feature film Sesame Street presents Follow That Bird, Big Bird is described as being six years old, already.

King Cole's Birthday Party

King Cole's Birthday Party was an early American children's television series which aired on the DuMont Television Network. The program was broadcast from 1947 to 1949. Little is known about the series. Each 30-minute episode featured the real birthday of a child. The series was sponsored by the Jay Day Dress Company of New York. The program was first broadcast locally over DuMont's WABD in New York City. By early 1948, King Cole's Birthday Party was aired nationally on DuMont's chain of stations. The final broadcast was on June 23, 1949. Among the people to have hosted the program included Bill Slater and Ted Brown.