Footage from the massive November 2 protest in which thousands of people flooded into the port of Oakland to shut it down
A gorgeous surf video from Rip Curl captures surfing with a multi-camera setup for a Matrix "bullet time" effect that freezes and orbits the surfers in mid air
Inside the process of constructing the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, with footage of fearless workmen scaling catwalks high above the bay
Beginning with an urge just to "make stuff," Joel Bukiewicz started making knives by hand in a Brooklyn studio. As he perfected his craft, his business, Cut Brooklyn, thrived
Two artists happened upon a flock of starlings, called a murmuration, while canoeing at dusk, and captured "one of nature's greatest and most fleeting phenomena" on video
The 255 foot mural by street artist Above reads, "Give a Wall St. banker enough rope and he will hang himself." The video was created by Peter Vahan and Hermes.
UK filmmaker Jack Chute collected sound bites from protesters, police, and even Julian Assange, during the first day of Occupy London on October 15
Celebrate the 100th birthday of Chevrolet with this peppy song and dance number, which used to be performed at conventions for Chevrolet sales employees
One filmmaker's attempt to piece together the timeline of the escalating conflict between police and protesters in Oakland on October 25
Footage from the peaceful daytime protest that began on November 2 at noon from Berkeley photographer Jonathan Potter
A vintage travel film documents the eruptions at Mauna Loa and Kilauea, with amazing footage by photographer Art Carter
National Geographic's 7 Billion is a slick infographic look at what the new population benchmark means for our planet
NPR's clever illustration of how the world's population grew to seven billion people uses test tubes and colorful liquids.
Researchers at the University of Paris demonstrate a "skateboard" that actually hovers, thanks to the forces of quantum levitation
See a blazing fire through the eyes of a firefighter in this helmet cam footage from Burn, a documentary about of a fire company in Detroit
Burn documents a year in the life of firefighters in Detroit, a city with one of the highest arson rates in the country
Protesters weathered an early snowfall on October 29, on day 43 of the occupation of Zuccotti Park
This infographic documentary about potential security solutions in the Israel-Palestine conflict is the second chapter in The Atlantic's and the S. Daniel Abraham Center's special report, Is Peace Possible?
This mesmerizing video captures pumpkins exploding at 1,000 frames per second. Happy Halloween!
From Lombard Street to the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco looks shiny and new under a light blue sky in this amazing 16mm Kodachrome footage from 1958