In Childhood of a Circle, a little blue creature named Archibald goes in search of a mysterious red dot.
A new design fiction video from Google speculates about how glasses could function as our primary interface with the digital world.
A promotional video from Fender goes behind the scenes at their factory in Corona, California.
A 30-minute film from NASA documents the first space walk by an American, which begins about 10 minutes in.
The short film Luminaris makes clever use of daylight and time-lapse photography to tell a love story.
A behind-the-scenes video reveals how Google photographed and mapped the Amazon Basin.
A meticulous remix of Hitchcock's iconic 1954 thriller retraces the film's events in chronological order.
In What the Fud? a conversation between a woman and a plastic swan provides a humorous meditation on our feelings about everyday objects, and especially, junk.
Channeling Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and Kafka's Metamorphosis, this short promotes Good Books, a bookseller that donates its profits to Oxfam.
Curators and scientists worked together to recover the audio recorded on Alexander Graham Bell's earliest records.
A 1947 vocational film from the 'Your Life's Work' series encourages young people to find jobs in printing.
The Perennial Plate, a series about sustainable food, interviews Lupe Gonzalo, a tomato picker in Immokalee, Florida.
Trojan's manufacturing facilities crank out a million condoms a day; here's how they do it.
Revision 3 goes behind the scenes at Wabi Sabi Sound to meet the sound designers behind Farmville, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and more.
A reel of classic ads from the fifties and sixties, featuring brands like Coca Cola, Goodyear, Colt 45, Volkswagen and more
Tobi Totschlag's mashups do what hipsters have done in the privacy of their own homes for years: put a nature show on mute and crank up Björk, Radiohead, and other favorites.
A documentary produced by the Department of Defense in 1970 celebrates the Wright brothers' historic achievements.
Matthew Box's series of hand-painted videos continues with an episode featuring Dylan Rieder.
Elisa Kreisinger, aka Pop Culture Pirate, talks about her viral remixes that were a year in the making.
From the Prelinger Archive's collection of 35mm stock footage