The documentary film series, “A Hobbit, a Wardrobe, and a Great War,” explores how the experience of two world wars shaped the lives and literary imagination of two internationally famous authors and friends, J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis. Based on Joseph Loconte’s New York Times bestseller, the film examines how Tolkien’s combat experience during the First World War—at the Battle of the Somme—launched him on his literary quest. The film reveals how the conflict reinforced Lewis’s youthful atheism—he was injured in combat—but also stirred his spiritual longings. The film traces the careers of both men at Oxford University, and their deepening friendship as they discover a mutual love of medieval, romantic literature. Facing the threat of another world war, Tolkien and Lewis reach back into their earlier experience of war as they compose their epic works of fantasy, The Lord of the Rings and The Chronicles of Narnia.
Chesley Bonestell was an architect and painter who worked on the Golden Gate Bridge and the Chrysler Building. He worked on famous movies like Citizen Kane as a matte artist, and his mesmerizing paintings of planets and star systems helped inspire America's space program. Why is it that no one knows who he is today? Now an official selection for the 2018 Newport Beach Film Festival! For more information about this film, go to www.chesleybonestell.com
Glad to be of help. It is like The Imposter judging by the amount of times you'll go "What the...?" during it.Thanks ^.
I'd downloaded an empty file a few weeks ago and dumped it. Going to have a look now. Thanks for the rec. I thought it looked tasty but probably wouldn't have tried again to find it without your rec, GNC. It looks like something akin to The Imposter from about 5 years ago.