A 1957 film produced by Redbook magazine promotes the suburban lifestyle of its young adult readers
In his visual lecture "23 1/2 Hours," Dr. Mike Evans sheds light on a 30-minute wonder treatment that greatly improves health
Franky Zapata, a French jet ski designer, demonstrates his Flyboard, a jet pack that propels him over 30 feet into the air
Electric Literature embraces digital media in publishing and produces web videos inspired by the short stories in its magazine. Here, Adam Thompson brings a single sentence from Rick Moody's short story "Some Contemporary Characters" to life
A dreamy music video visualizes a couple's experience together from both perspectives
Chapter three of the dance film Girl Walk // All Day features the girl recruiting strangers to perform a variation of Beyoncé's "Single Ladies"
Further proof that pretty much anything looks awesome when shot flying through the air with a Phantom camera at 1,000 frames per second
It's not the size of the kitten in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the kitten! The filmmaker insists no kittens were harmed in the making of this film
A mysterious box sparks mayhem among men and robots in The Gift, a short film directed by Carl Erik Rinsch
A deleted scene from Miranda July's film, The Future, demonstrates how to fight the forces of distraction, from gadgets to magazines
Desert Beauty was shot from a remote control helicopter for dreamy aerial footage of the landscape between Utah and Phoenix
Stumptown Coffee Roasters in Portland, Oregon, travels to the lush hills of Colombia to visit a community where coffee is a way of life
When the Circuit Breaks explores America's dependence on nonrenewable energy, promoting conservation and independence from foreign oil
The Acropolis never looked as adorable as in Athens: The Little Great City, a short tilt-shift video about the ancient city
Before Ice Cube became a rapper, he studied architectural drafting. Here he shares his take the ingenuity of the Eames House.
A short video from the U.S. Department of Energy illustrates how the 130' long blades of wind turbines generate power
Brush With Death uses clever special effects to choreograph a fight scene between a real, three-dimensional hero and a two-dimensional graffiti villain
Tokyo's neon-saturated downtown is a psychedelic backdrop for this skate video
This virtuoso rendition of "The House of the Rising Sun" uses old machines as instruments, with "absolutely no sampling or audio effects"
Featuring footage from the U.S. Navy, this newsreel depicts the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941