An Echo Newsreel from the National Archives gives an overview of the geography, history, and politics of Afghanistan.
Behind the scenes at the New York City Ballet, where Marc Happel creates a new, Swarovski-encrusted look for the company's signature ballet.
Created sans CGI, The Speed of Light was produced using small portable video projectors.
The music video for A Ghost Train's "Chemin Vert" zips across five continents at roughly 1,000 mph.
The New York City Ballet spends roughly half a million dollars a year to keep its ballerinas in custom-designed shoes.
Alter Ego, an experimental short by Rusch Meyer, blends gorgeous cinematography with a rich soundscape.
As the critically acclaimed HBO series approaches its 10th birthday, celebrate with a montage of the best lines (warning: includes spoilers).
Two filmmakers played ball and talked to players across New York's five boroughs to make Doin' It in the Park.
Meet the die hard players at the heart of New York City's pick-up basketball scene in a short excerpt from the documentary, Doin' It in the Park.
Instantáneas, a stop-motion video, reveals life as seen through the lenses of hundreds of mobile phones.
Researchers track the movements of T cells through brain tissue as they seek and destroy the parasite toxoplasma gondii.
A stunning music video for the French group Le Peuple de l'Herbe channels Orwell's Animal Farm.
John F. Kennedy: A Thousand Days, an archival documentary from the U.S. Information Agency, covers the president's time in office.
Seven talented musicians play variations on Kanye West and Jay-Z's hit track.
A film from 1982 goes behind the scenes of the iconic sci-fi film to interview Ridley Scott and his production team.
Meet the team responsible for outfitting the ballet company's hundred dancers with picture-perfect tutus.
A film by Bethlehem Steel celebrates the iconic structure.
In the spirit of our Friday Fauna series, we present this twist on a popular viral video genre, shot at Oceanworld in Dingle, Ireland.
In a behind-the-scenes video from the BBC's Planet Earth Live, British cameramen turn out to be ideal climbing structures for the little creatures.
In this short NASA documentary, storm researcher Tim Samaras describes how satellite imaging can help predict tornadoes.