Beautiful Minds (miniseries)
Beautiful Minds, also known as Beautiful Minds: The Psychology of the Savant and Beautiful Minds: A Voyage Into The Brain, is a 2006 documentary television program on super-talented savants. It consisted of three episodes. It has been broadcast in more than 20 countries including Germany, France, Austria, Spain, Switzerland, Italy, Ireland, Sweden, Japan, Hong Kong, Canada, New Zealand, and United States.
Prof. Gerhard Roth of the University of Bremen in Germany, and Dr. Darold Treffert of the University of Wisconsin Medical School in United States introduced savants from different countries. They were Howard Potter, Orlando Serrell, Kim Peek, Matt Savage, Stephen Wiltshire, Temple Grandin, Alonzo Clemons, Christopher Taylor, and Rüdiger Gamm.
The documentary consisted of three episodes:
- Episode 1: "Memory Masters"
- Episode 2: "The Einstein Effect"
- Episode 3: "A Little Matter of Gender"
It was produced in 2006 by colourFIELD tell-a-vision, a German company.
- Savant syndrome
- Official website
- "Beautiful Minds: Voyage Into The Brain". Archived from the original on 2010-02-26. Retrieved 2010-01-02.
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