WGBH Boston unearths a raw, almost hour-long interview with 35-year-old Steve Jobs
A brilliant satire of an IKEA-style domestic fantasy, this polished short film was created in just two days for a 48 hour film contest
Bali, Je T'Aime, or Bali, I Love You, offers a dreamy tour of the island
To perfect his craft, animator Mike Winkelman completes an art project every
Weeks into the protest, this short documentary provides a glimpse into what has become daily life for the community at Occupy Wall Street
Electric and hybrid planes compete for $1.65 million dollars in prizes at the Green Flight Challenge, a Google-sponsored event hosted by NASA and the CAFE Foundation
An excerpt from Tiffany Shlain's documentary Connected explores how our brain chemistry compels us to reach for our gadgets
A 1985 episode of the Computer Chronicles offers a look back at the enthusiasm that greeted the Macintosh and the graphics programs that were so groundbreaking at the time.
Everything Is a Remix explores the dozens of references and influences in The Matrix in a stunning shot-by-shot breakdown
Steve Jobs shares three stories from his life and offers a moving meditation on death at Stanford's commencement in 2005.
NASA's Solar Heliospheric Observatory captured this footage of a comet hitting the sun, followed immediately by a massive explosion
Pan Am's 1937 promotional film Flying the Lindbergh Trail traces one of their earliest commercial flights from Miami to Havana in one of their famous clippers
Thousands of Juggalos, fans of hip hop duo Insane Clown Posse, converge each year for a music festival called the Gathering. Viewer discretion advised: The following contains explicit language and some nudity.
Surfers off the coast of San Diego are heading to the beach at night to ride neon blue waves. The eerie glow is caused by an overabundance of phytoplankton known as "red tide."
Shalalalalalala la la la la ti da! This ingenius mashup combines all the catchiest non-word lyrics from 26 hit songs -- from the Beatles' "Hey Jude" to Hanson's "MMMBop!"
Song of the Spindle is a funny and surprisingly insightful conversation between a man and a whale.
Pan Am celebrates their first commercial transatlantic service, flying from New York to London in just "six and a half magic hours!"
Sick of cubicle life, programmers from Silicon Valley's biggest companies, like Google, Apple, and Yahoo, have started a fight club
Ryan Enn Hughes's 360 Project uses a Muybridge-inspired setup of 48 sychnronized cameras to capture dance in 360 degree rotation.
Seeing Green, a short film by Chevrolet, celebrates the many kinds of traffic lights that were in operation in the 1930s and explains the mechanics of coordinating lights across a city.