Janson Enters Da Vinci Code Debate with New Documentary

by Janson Media Admin on March 25, 2005

in Programming Announcements

Janson Media announced today the release of the documentary television special BREAKING THE DA VINCI CODE, to worldwide television and video markets. Dan Brown’s best selling novel, The Da Vinci Code, has captivated millions of readers’ imaginations. Its provocative story and rich historical background has spurred interest and aroused public and private controversies all over America. What is fact? What is fiction? Why all of this intrigue? This new television special sorts out the real from the imaginary, but it turns out that the truth has just as much drama, mystery and intrigue as Dan Brown’s book did… maybe even more. Viewers will be fascinated by the questions raised — was Jesus married to Mary Magdalene? Was she one of his disciples and did she write her own gospel? Did they have a child together? Did the world’s great geniuses of art and science like Leonardo da Vinci and Isaac Newton belong to secret cult societies? Did these societies have possession of the most compelling insider information in history? When we look at Da Vinci’s The Last Supper, are there really hidden codes imbedded amidst its beauty? Did Constantine invent modern Christianity? What is the Holy Grail and why is it important?
BREAKING THE DA VINCI CODE answers all the lingering questions and finally sets the record straight — through interviews with book authors and the world’s leading experts in archeology, theology, art history, philosophy and science. Viewers will see dramatic recreations of the secret meetings, stealth and intrigue that make this controversy one that fascinates millions. BREAKING THE DA VINCI CODE was produced by Grizzly Adams Productions, which had acquired the rights to three best-selling books on the subject, Breaking the Da Vinci Code by Dr. Darrell Bock (Thomas Nelson Publishers), The Da Vinci Deception by Dr. Erwin Lutzer (Tyndale House Publishers) and Cracking Da Vinci’s Code by Dr. James Garlow and Peter Jones (Cook Communications).