A short documentary about Jeff Harris, a photographer who has done a self-portrait every day since 1999, capturing the highs and lows of his life
Mike Matas transformed almost 4,000 photographs from his trip to Japan into one mesmerizing video.
This beautifully shot amateur film by Tullio Pellegrini captures the city on the bay in vibrant, widescreen color.
An ingenious promotional video for the Zurich Chamber Orchestra transforms the musical notes played by the first violinist
IBM's SAGE air defense system looks like it belongs in a Cold War-era James Bond film, but this is a real IBM ad from the 1960s.
A filmmaker's video "travel diary" from a year's worth of business flights around the world, including Seoul, Shanghai, Beijing, Chicago, Houston, Dubai, Frankfurt and Vienna
Dent de Cuir's music video for Modeselektor uses a clever effect: videos within videos, rearranged and coordinated for a hypnotic viewing experience.
Dos Ciclos, or Two Cycles, captures the dynamic energy of Mexico City, weaving through traffic with a cyclist as he describes why it makes him happy.
An excerpt from Hear and Now, a documentary from the late 1950s, describes radio's essential role in society at the time.
In Gravity // Un Rêve de Demain, a young woman wakes up to find that she has become weightless, and floats through life until gravity inevitably catches up with her.
The Alps shimmer under the stars in this time-lapse from Meribel, France.
An excerpt from Louie Schwartzberg's nature documentary, Wings of Life, captures hummingbirds and insects pollinating plants in gorgeous slow motion.
For millennials who don't remember typewriters, this rundown of the analog processes and early IBM computers the San Jose Mercury News used in 1970 will be mind-boggling.
This episode of Green TV's series about global warming and natural disasters covers tropical storms in Asia, drought in Texas, and the foggiest place on Earth.
Designed at MIT's Media Lab, Boxie is an adorable cardboard robot that films you with its eyes
The final chapter of the epic dance film Girl Walk // All Day concludes with a sparkler-lit dance party in the park.
The second to last chapter of the dance film Girl Walk // All Day presents New York City as a blur of people in motion, dancing every which way
ink&paper is a portrait of Aardvark Letterpress and McManus & Morgan Paper, neighboring businesses working together to survive in a digital era.
"It's you, perfected!" Jesse Rosten's Fotoshop by Adobé is a pitch-perfect faux commercial for a foolproof beauty product: photo editing software
A colorful tilt-shift tour of Rio shrinks the dynamic city but leaves it feeling no less epic, thanks to lovely cinematography and a fast-paced Brazilian soundtrack