Praise for the film

My wife and I loved it
— John Piper, author and founder of
The beauty of nature has much to tell us about its true Author
— Scott A. Minnich, PHD Professor of Microbiology
Absolutely stunning
— Dr. Günter Bechly, paleontologist
If your world has faded to black and white, The Riot and the Dance is the cure for colorblindness
— Timothy G. Standish, PHD Senior Scientist Geoscience Research Institute
The stunning cinematography and explanations of God’s design will leave you giving our awesome Creator the praise he deserves
— Ken Ham, Answers in Genesis Founder and President
Dr. Wilson’s narration brings to life the poetry and lyricism of nature
— Paul Garner, Fellow of the Geological Society of London
A vividly powerful experience
— Denyse O'Leary, author, journalist, blogger
The Riot and the Dance not only a feast for the eyes, it’s also a hearty meal for the soul
— Marcus R. Ross, PHD  
Professor of Geology
God’s glory and character is certainly seen in His “Wild Kingdom” all around us, if we dare to look
— Joseph Francis Ph.D. Dean, School of Science, Math, Technology and Health


About the film

Join in the glorious uproar of creation with The Riot and the Dance, a boisterous new nature documentary featuring a biologist who was once told he would never succeed if he kept blabbing about all that silly Creator-creature nonsense. But now you can follow along with Dr. Gordon Wilson as he traverses our planet, basking in God’s masterpieces whether he’s catching wildlife in his own back yard or in the jungles of Sri Lanka. (Yeah, he did get bitten, but not by the cobra.)

Showstopping footage and powerful narration will open your eyes to the extraordinary glory found all over the animal kingdom. From leopards and langurs to vipers and elephants and beyond, The Riot and the Dance is a cinematic exploration that you won’t want to miss.


Part 1: Earth

Nationwide Theatrical Encore: April 19th