The complementary BBC One programme — which will bear the same name as the exhibition — will explore the origins of mythical creatures and assess their connections with animals roaming the planet today. The programme will also go behind the scenes at the Natural History Museum, offering up a glimpse of the organisation which many people in the sector will never have seen. The secret’s out! The newly formed partnership will be aiming to harness the heightened global awareness around protecting the natural world and the strong commercial interest in the Fantastic Beasts series. The ultimate news, product and opinion resource for museum, gallery, cultural and heritage visitor attraction professionals. Celebrating the very best within museums, galleries and heritage visitor attractions for over 10 years. Sign up to our fortnightly newsletter and stay up to date with all the latest news, opinions and features from the cultural sector. Subscribe here.
FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE WONDER OF NATURE
Watch the video. Title: Beasts of No Nation From Sin Nombre to No Time to Die , we track the cinematic trademarks of director Cary Joji Fukunaga through breathtaking locales, kinetic tracking shots, and mind-bending dream sequences. Cambodian author and human rights activist Loung Ung recounts the horrors she suffered as a child under the rule of the deadly Khmer Rouge.
Fantastic Beasts Natural History Museum credit Jeff Spicer @ Getty the BBC and Warner Bros. which has been developed to shine a light on beasts in all is the Museum’s most ambitious exhibition to date, will showcase creatures from the.
Rowling both in her stories and in the Fantastic Beasts film series. Spellbinding digital installations and iconic wizarding world elements from the Fantastic Beasts film series will add an extra touch of magic. This monster of the oceans is thought to be the inspiration for mythical sea serpents around the world. Towards the end of the exhibition, discover that, like many of the fantastic beasts, real-world animals need our help.
The documentary will explore the origins and stories of mythical creatures and fantastical beasts and explore their history and connections with animals roaming the planet today. The exhibition Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature will run for seven months before embarking on an international tour. Tickets are on sale here. New and existing members of the Natural History Museum will have guaranteed, free entry throughout the exhibition.
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The Rules of the Beast
Staff Reporter On 13, Jan Produced in partnership with Warner Bros. From centaurs to Nifflers, birds of paradise to the Phoenix, 11, year-old woolly rhinos to the Erumpent and giant squid to the Zouwu, the gripping stories and surprising science behind specimens in the Natural History Museum is a global journey of discovery drawing parallels between the real world and the fabulous worlds of mythology and literature — including elements that will be immediately recognisable to fans of the Fantastic Beasts film series.
We are thrilled to be working with these talented partners to bring natural history content to a wider young audience. New on Amazon Prime Instant Video.
“The Rules of the Beast ” is the first episode of the BBC drama Dracula. chest full of photographs and belongings of people dating back years.
Following the latest Government advice, we have taken the difficult decision to temporarily close the Museum until further notice. We prioritise the safety of our visitors, staff, supporters and volunteers. All ticket holders will be refunded automatically and will have priority booking when the new exhibition dates are announced. Together with our partners Warner Bros.
We can’t wait to show you the remarkable links between the natural, mythical and wizarding worlds. Discover where the real and wizarding worlds intertwine, and how the wonders of the natural world have inspired myths, legends and magical creatures for generations. Embark on a journey where not all is as it seems, where magical beasts and fantastic animals share abilities and behaviours that allow them to dazzle, attract and escape.
No booking required. See the exhibition even if it’s sold out and enjoy a fantastic programme of special events, Member-only viewing hours, discounts and more. You must be over the age of Privacy notice.
BBC Three’s Sexy Beasts: Would you date a monster?
If you’re someone who is into J. Rowling’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter , but also loves the real-world nature documentaries of David Attenborough , this could be the moment that you’ve been waiting for. BBC One has commissioned a new documentary series that will draw parallels between the mythical creatures of Warner Bros’ Fantastic Beasts series and creatures that – you know – actually exist.
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Potterheads: A Show About ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Is Coming To BBC One
From masters of disguise to temptresses and chimeras, Charlotte Hodgman tracks down some of the weird and wonderful creatures that roamed the medieval world — and imagination — for BBC History Revealed. The medieval world — largely unknown and full of danger — was difficult for people to understand. The boundaries between the living and the dead were far more blurred than they are today, and all manner of spiritual beings were believed to be locked in constant battle for the souls of the living.
Only God and the Church were thought to provide divine protection from such terrors, and it was through both that medieval men and women sought to comprehend, and survive, the world. Perhaps nowhere else is this fascination with the meaning of nature and its relationship to God as evident as in medieval bestiaries.
Sexy Beasts. Hilarious dating show which uses incredible prosthetics to transform people before they go on dates. With their looks taken out of the equation, can.
Give us back our Villanelle. It is still shocking here and there but largely devoid of surprise. A mordant and sexy comic thriller edged with terror has become a competent psychodrama bordered with sentimentality. The air has gone out of it. Eve has survived, of course, but she is far off her game, and she has left the spy business to take a job as a prep cook in a Korean restaurant in suburban London.
They just move the story along. Villanelle, meanwhile, is up for promotion, auditioning for a management job by carrying out a series of killings under the supervision of a new handler, a former Russian gymnastics coach played by Harriet Walter. This new focus on psychology, and on the mechanics of the plot, is not ideal. And the new season, crucially, does no favors to Comer, whose Emmy-winning performance as Villanelle has always been an exterior creation, a highly skilled collection of mannerisms, vocal inflections and sly mugging.
What remains is not negligible. Slumped at a desk, gorging on junk food, sniffing her own armpits with detached consternation, she continually demonstrates why the show has Eve in its title. Home Page World U.
BBC One to air Harry Potter-inspired ‘Fantastic Beasts’ documentary
Listening in is the kind and inquisitive Sister Agatha, a nun with a more-than-ordinary-interest in the creatures of the night. Invited to Transylvania to meet the reclusive Count Dracula, Harker finds himself trapped in an ancient, terrifying castle, a maze of mouldering corridors and vaults: a prison without locks. It soon becomes clear that he and his client are the only things living in the echoing halls of the moulding pile: and that the Count himself isn’t living at all!
In fact, Dracula is a four hundred year old vampire who has grown weary of his own exhausted country and has set his sights on the new world. As the shadows lengthen and Harker’s account unfolds it becomes clear that the remorseless vampire may have unfinished business with his erstwhile guest. The year is , Hungary, Jonathan Harker is being assisted by Sister Agatha, who questions Harker over his biography of his recent trip to Transylvania.
BBC One announces a magical new commission, Fantastic Beasts: A and science and is the Museum’s most ambitious exhibition to date.
Produced in partnership with Warner Bros. From centaurs to Nifflers, birds of paradise to the Phoenix, 11, year-old woolly rhinos to the Erumpent and giant squid to the Zouwu, the gripping stories and surprising science behind specimens in the Natural History Museum is a global journey of discovery drawing parallels between the real world and the fabulous worlds of mythology and literature — including elements which will be immediately recognisable to fans of Warner Bros.
Fantastic Beasts film series. We are thrilled to be working with these talented partners to bring natural history content to a wider young audience. Visitors will encounter legendary beasts next to dazzling specimens and historic objects from their world-leading scientific collection. I hope both fans of the Wizarding World and the natural world will enjoy the exhibition and documentary immensely.