At the zoo in Portland, Oregon the usually lazy lioness, Kya, tries desperately to eat my son through the glass. Jack is coincidentally dressed like a baby zebra in his black and white striped hoodie. He is brave though and calls her "kitty kitty". That's my boy.
Last year while I was traveling through Europe blindly, not knowing a single person or where I would stay, amazing strangers opened up their homes and lives to me in beautiful acts of kindness. The most memorable of strangers was French activist and We Are Change Paris member Joel Boujassy.
Joel taught me an important message about life in the 2 weeks I spent with him. It does not matter how small your apartment is or how little money you have. What matters most is the company you keep and the attitude you have.
Joel may have not been a well known figure throughout the movement, but the person he was deserves as much respect and tribute as anyone else.
Broadcast (2012) Professor Alice Roberts reveals the natural history of the most famous of Ice Age animals - the woolly mammoth. Mammoths have transfixed humans since the depths of the last Ice Age, when their herds roamed across what is now Europe and Asia. Although these curious members of the elephant family have now been extinct for thousands of years, scientists can now paint an incredibly detailed picture of their lives thanks to whole carcasses that have been beautifully preserved in the Siberian permafrost. Alice meets the scientists who are using the latest genetic, chemical and molecular tests to reveal the adaptations that allowed mammoths to evolve from their origins in the tropics, to surviving the extremes of Siberia. And in a dramatic end to the film, she helps unveil a brand new woolly mammoth carcass that may shed new light on our own ancestors' role in their extinction.
Top Gun spoof video. With danger hot on his tail, Will Matador overcome the evil Python and escape with his life? And what exactly is the status of Tom Cruise's vegetarianism?!
Waiting tables is hard. A short movie from the guys at Mediocre Films.
Opus No. 2. - History of Whistling
26 songs. 98 years.
Download the mp3 here:
Eric Rivera [http://colognefactory.blogspot.com] on the lips
Evan Shinners [http://www.evanshinners.com] on the keys
Michael Thurber on the strings
Directed/concept by Joe Sabia
Arranged by Joe Sabia/Michael T.
Sound by Matt McCorkle
Walter Sleight is a 90 year old magician from Lincoln.
by Cory Marsh
Oxford Sparks presents a visit to the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva. Find out more and explore other LHC resources at www.oxfordsparks.net.
No protons were harmed in the making of this animation.
One of the world's most controversial leaders, General Aladeen...
"Touring makes you crazy," Frank Zappa says, explaining that the idea for this film came to him while the Mothers of Invention were touring. The story, interspersed with performances by the Mothers and the Royal Symphony Orchestra, is a tale of life on the road. The band members' main concerns are the search for groupies and the desire to get paid.
First the worst, second the best...
Starring - Gaby Ilagan, Charlie Burton and Andy Lucas
Written & Directed by Bevan Walsh
Producer - Iain Thomson
Executive Producer - Darren Bender
Cinematography - Sara Deane
Editor - Dan Roberts
Composer - Richard Hammarton
Casting - Urvashi Chand
Recently screened as part of the Tribeca Film Festival in New York and soon to be part of the Buster International Children's Film Festival in Copenhagen.
The coming of age tale about a boy who is born a giant.
Director: David Yarovesky
Writers: Michael Rosenbaum, David Yarovesky
Stars: Jimmy Bennett, Zachary Brown and Oscar Richardson
"I've never been crippled in my life." Confined to a wheelchair since age four, Stoney St. Clair left home and joined the circus as a sword-swallower before becoming a world-renowned tattoo artist who inspired the likes of Ed Hardy.
During my freshman year at UC Berkeley, I set out to create the most ridiculously automated dorm room in the school ever. Three months and several hundred dollars later, BRAD is now complete.
Hank gets down to the nitty gritty about meiosis, the special type of cell division that is necessary for sexual reproduction in eukaryotic organisms.