Time lapse may refer to:
A fugitive is a person fleeing from arrest.
The Twilight Zone is an American media franchise based on the anthology television series created by Rod Serling. The episodes are in various genres, including fantasy, science fiction, absurdism, dystopian fiction, suspense, horror, supernatural drama, black comedy, and psychological thriller, often concluding with a macabre or unexpected twist, and usually with a moral. A popular and critical success, it introduced many Americans to common science fiction and fantasy tropes. The first series, shot entirely in black and white, ran on CBS for five seasons from 1959 to 1964.
A shelter is an architectural structure or natural formation providing protection from the environment
Joyride may refer to:
Storyteller, story teller, or story-teller may refer to:
The Call may refer to:
Invader, Invaders, The Invader or INVADER may refer to:
Nick of Time may refer to:
A wall is a solid structure that provides a barrier or enclosure.
A chameleon is an Old World lizard belonging to the family Chamaeleonidae.
Memory is an organism's ability to store, retain, and recall information.
"Once upon a time" is a stock phrase used to introduce a narrative of past events.
Wordplay is a literary technique in which the nature of the words used themselves become part of the subject of the work.
Twilight is the time of day before sunrise or after sunset.
Healer may refer to:
The Mask may refer to:
Twilight Zone may refer to:
Hyperlapse or moving time-lapse is a technique in time-lapse photography for creating motion shots. In its simplest form, a hyperlapse is achieved by moving the camera a short distance between each shot. The first film using the hyperlapse technique dates to 1995.
Timelapse of the Future:A Journey to the End of Time is a 2019 short epic animated science fiction web film created by American astronomy-themed musician and filmmaker John D. Boswell, following Timelapse of the Entire Universe. The 29-minute film is a flowmotion—a combination of a hyper-lapse, time-lapse, and regular shots—of the universe from 2019 to the end of time, with the lapse doubling every five seconds. The film consists of self-made and fair use footages films, the Internet, and speeches by scientists, using current knowledge, and combining different hypotheses.
Timelapse of the Entire Universe is a 2018 short epic animated pseudo-documentary web film created by American astronomy-themed musician and filmmaker John D. Boswell. Inspired by the Cosmic Calendar, the 10-minute film is a hyperlapse of the universe from its start to current humanity, with every second representing 22 million years, with the entire humanity represented in a short time, using current knowledge. The film was originally released on Boswell's YouTube channel Melodysheep on March 7, but it was eventually taken down due to a copyright infringement regarding Morgan Freeman's voice. A revised version was uploaded 3 days later, on March 10, 2018. A year and 10 days later, a follow-up, Timelapse of the Future, was released.