Elements 4 Nature has three available DVDs of George Washington Carver that you can purchase on our website. "The Facts On Carver" which is a production of Elements 4 Nature, "A Genius Remembered: George Washington Carver" which is a production of Tuskegee University and "The Life of Carver" which is a product of the History Channel are the three available DVDs of George Washington Carver.
This is a short video clip of "A Genius Remembered: George Washington Carver" DVD. This DVD of Carver was produced by Tuskegee University Agriculture Department. It shows rare footage of the master scientist, George Washington Carver working and teaching at Tuskegee Institute.
"A Genius Remembered: George Washington Carver" is a DVD production of Tuskegee University Agriculture Department that shows rare footage of George Washington Carver while teaching and working at Tuskegee Institute.
The making of the Facts On Carver DVD was not initially planned. We started filming the movie the first day we arrived at Tuskegee during Tuskegee's Homecoming 2008. From the start of filming, we felt "the spirit of Carver" and that this project was divinely driven. Basically, not having any pre-defined script, we put one together that was flowing once we started filming. Questions were asked about Carver and Yasir, The Carver Researcher, was tearing up the answers. We filmed every location that Carver spent his time while at Tuskegee. We definitely felt the "spirit of Carver" while filming this movie. Carver's spiritual presence was really felt when we filmed at his Grave site.
The Facts on Carver DVD focuses on the accomplishments of George Washington Carver during his time at Tuskegee Institute. George Washington Carver arrived on Tuskegee’s campus on October 8, 1896. The release date of this film coincides with and commemorates the 114 year anniversary of George Washington Carver's arrival at Tuskegee. George Washington Carver remained at Tuskegee for over 47 years until his death on January 5, 1943. George Washington Carver brought scientific agriculture to Tuskegee. He almost single-handed revolutionized the economy in the South. He was able to bring the Black Farmer "The Man Farthest Down" from a state of semi-slavery to a level of self-sufficiency. His paint processes were similar to the paint processes that the Ancient Egyptians used.
Carver spirit was definitely moving through Yasir when we concluded the film at Carver's grave site. The moving spirit and divine direction of this film did not stop there in Tuskegee. There were numerous times while editing this film, that there were unexplained occurrences that led to either edit something out or to keep something in. We filmed Carver's life from the time that he arrived on Tuskegee's campus to when he died on the campus. One of the most significant facts about this film is about the paint process connection with the ancient Egyptians. There was a strong presence that this project was divinely guided. It may not be a Hollywood production, as a matter of fact, it's really an amateur production, however, it brings out facts about Carver that has never been seen or heard before on film.
This DVD is a product and combined effort of Dean Dr. Walter Hill, Head of the Agriculture Department at Tuskegee University, Roger Hagerty and William C. Lennard. Funds from the sale of the DVD provide scholarships for Tuskegee University students.
Elements 4 Nature produced and directed "The Facts On Carver". Filmed on Tuskegee University's campus by 2 brothers (Jon Adkins and Yasir Khalid) who attended Tuskegee Institute.
This documentary DVD of George Washington Carver shows unusual footage of George Washington Carver as well as Booker T. Washington at Tuskegee Institute now called Tuskegee University.