David is a 1997 television film by Five Mile River Films, starring Nathaniel Parker as King David. It was written by Larry Gross and directed by Robert Markowitz. The film was entirely shot on Morocco and was originally aired at TNT on March 23, 1997 as part of its Bible Collection.
Monica & David is a 2009 documentary by Alexandra Codina. The film focuses on the daily lives of Monica and David, a young married couple with Down syndrome. The film premiered on November 22, 2009 at IDFA and has won Best Documentary Feature at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival. Monica & David later had a television premiere on HBO on October 14, 2010.
Gregory Peck stars in this deeply moving, beautifully filmed retelling of the biblical story. Although he has killed Goliath and won countless battles, Israel’s King David (Peck) cannot vanquish love! Smitten with the beautiful Bathsheba (Susan Hayward), David sends her husband into a hopeless battle, thus inviting the wrath of God, the ill will of his people and ruin for his country.
David Wants to Fly is a 2010 German documentary film that follows its director, Berlin-based, film school graduate David Sieveking, as he interacts with his film hero David Lynch, and explores the Transcendental Meditation movement. The film chronicles a period of time in Sieveking's life that includes his off-and-on relationship with his girlfriend as well as his travels to the United States, Holland and India. The film has received awards and honorable mentions as well as criticism.