Renowned as the "Mind of the Renaissance," the genius of Leonardo da Vinci reaches beyond the centuries. Born into obscurity in a tiny Italian village in 1452, young Leonardo da Vinci seemed destined for a life of peasantry. But early mastery of art, and a personal code of success, catapulted him to the highest levels of Italian society and ultimately made him one of the most important figures of the Renaissance era. Painter, sculptor, engineer and scientist, in each field da Vinci was both master and pioneer. Creator of some of the world's great artistic masterpieces, he was also a visionary whose fantastic inventions would become reality only hundreds of years after his death. Mr. Cervantes will show a documentary that will trace the history of Leonardo Da Vinci and his legacy in history. We also discuss the possible DNA results of this Renaissance man.