A husband and wife fight over the wife's decision to keep her job and her name.
A profile of video artist Hunter Longe from The Popular Workshop, a hybrid gallery and creative agency in San Francisco, directed by Cole Schreiber
Espen Rasmussen's Transit series documents displaced people around the world. Here he tells the story of 17-year-old Rahman, an illegal immigrant from Iran hiding in Norway.
As a design student, Ryan Perera is no stranger to procrastination, so he set out to create this helpful animation.
An entrancing documentary about Yoshi Masuda, who shares his love of coffee and vintage records with survivors of the disaster
Three Little Kittens, an educational film for kids, follows three newborn kittens through life on a farm.
Inspired by masked rituals and mirror neurons, Karolina Sobecka's installation blends the real and the virtual.
Bartek Szlachcic, an audiovisual artist based in Poland, used motion capture software to trace his drumsticks in space, creating this mesmerizing video.
An Inuit community in Greenland celebrates after weeks of winter darkness, even as they face drastic effects of climate change on their ecosystem.
Fantastic Fungi is an excerpt from a feature documentary about Paul Stamets, a mycologist, by Louie Schwartzberg.
Sebastian Schmeig, a new media artist, set up a recursive image search algorithm and animated the results at 12 images per second, tracing its evolutionary drift.
NASA's GRAIL mission captured the first video footage of the far side of the Moon from its Ebb spacecraft.
The trailer for Moonbot Studios' gorgeous, Academy Award-nominated short animation, The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore
The Vaults is a finely crafted multimedia experience of Mark Heneley's photographs of the Swiss banking sector in Zurich.
Ingenuity in Action, a 1959 documentary from Hot Rod Magazine, covers the national championship in Detroit.
Beautiful time-lapse photography captures the shores of Lake Tahoe and the ski slopes of the Sierras.
Andy Hurdman, a pro kite surfer, shows off his moves in the icy waters of Glacier Island, Alaska.
Fraser Davidson, a London-based animator, created this unofficial video for Bill Maher's "Irritable Bowl Syndrome."
Signal to Noise combines motion graphics with time-lapse footage of one of the largest radio astronomy observatories in the world.
This episode of Green TV's series about global warming and natural disasters covers record snowfall in Alaska, massive tides threatening Tuvalu, and NOAA's storm chasers.