In Theaters Mar 19
Presented by Gorilla Poet Productions
The Riot and the Dance
A Cinematic Celebration of Creation
The Riot and the Dance is a nature/science documentary that showcases the vast and beautifully intricate planet on which we live. Produced in a fully cinematic style, the film presents a wide variety of ingeniously designed creatures from around the world in a way that will fascinate audiences of any age. Through a vividly powerful experience the audience is intended to develop a greater understanding of and appreciation for the Creator’s workmanship and personality.
The documentary focuses on some of the world’s celebrity critters (mega fauna), but also draws attention to some of the often-overlooked inhabitants of the everyday. From slugs to sharks to vipers and elephants, Dr. Gordon Wilson attempts to open eyes to the glory of creation.
Run Time: 1 hour 50 minutes
Special Fathom Features
What happens when novelist/movie-maker, N.D. Wilson, teams up with reptile-loving, iconoclastic biologist, Gordon Wilson, to make a film? Answer: A cinematic theology of snakes and humming birds put to toe-tapping music. My wife and I loved it.John Piper, author, founder and leader of desiringGod.org
I can wholeheartedly say that I am very impressed. The imagery is absolutely stunning and can compete with the best nature documentaries. I also liked the overall message that the God of Biblical Christianity can be found in the wonders of Creation, without hiding the fact that nature is fallen and thus also exhibits a lot of cruelty and brokenness.Dr. Günter Bechly, paleontologist