Rapidly alternating between two similar camera angles, Vivien Weyrauch and Fabian Röttger's video for Mint Julep creates a 3D effect.
Light, an experimental film, combines 35mm cinematography and special effects to make a point about energy consumption.
An archival film from the Department of Defense makes the case for space.
Using data from 10,000 taxi trips and the Google Maps API, graduate students at Columbia University created this mesmerizing animation of the transit arteries of New York City.
John Pavlus's video for Jascha Hoffman's "Limited" combines clips from TRON, 2001, Moon, WarGames and Robocop to create a new, impressionistic narrative.
John Glenn and the other astronauts who manned the Friendship 7 mission 50 years ago give a play by play description of the effort, including stunning archival footage.
Mark Rober discovers the secret to getting amazing footage of primates at the zoo -- and all it takes is an iPhone.
Hong Kong: Gateway to China is rich with amazing footage of the "mountainous and verdant island."
Inception Park is pure fun, with theme park rides zipping between historic buildings in Buenos Aires, thanks to clever special effects.
Jacob Sutton's simply gorgeous video captures a snowboarder on a night run in the French Alps -- in an LED-encrusted snowsuit.
Part four of Everything Is a Remix examines the history and incentives that shaped current intellectual property laws, and how they are blocking, rather than promoting, innovation.
An incredible montage of BASE jumping, skydiving, and wingsuit athletes doing their thing, hundreds of feet above stunning landscapes.
This 1894 film, one of the earliest produced by Thomas Edison's movie studio, features two cats boxing -- but it's not actually the first recording of a cat in motion.
A filmmaker teams up with a lab at Stanford University to scan subjects' brain activity as they feel love.
Heartstrings is an amazingly expressive short animation about two impossibly cute creatures falling in and out of love.
Matthew Belinkie packs iconic moments from 95 classic movies into four minutes in How Hollywood Says "I Love You."
A three-minute whirlwind tour of the inventor's career, full of fun facts and more than a little disdain for Thomas Edison
Petros Vrellis recreated Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night in openFrameworks, so that viewers can touch and manipulate the swirls of color.
In Rest, an American soldier killed in World War I rises from the grave to go in search of his beloved.
This playful animated short gives an overview of the inventor's life, while pointing out that he might have been more of an exceptional businessman than a creative genius.