With the new heir established, the Downton Sixbey clan figures out the future.
From the NBC archives, Russert discusses with Carlin his background and what formed his comedic profile.
From the definitive "Final Cut," purportedly director Ridley Scott's ideal version of the film Blade Runner, this is one of the most moving and iconic scenes from the 1982 film based on Philip K. Dick's novel "Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?"
Reggie Watts, supermodel Lara Stone, Terence Stamp and two buff guys dancing around an egg co-star in the electro band's new video directed By Peter Serafinowicz.
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OFFF Barcelona 2012 Main Titles directed by the Upperfirst collective.
An adolescent boy, who serves the Austrian Military Forces, experiences homosexual feelings towards one of his comrades. It's their last night at the Austrian-Hungarian border, socially isolated and armed with loaded weapons.
Broadcast by the BBC (2005) The twenty-first century will be shaped by a revolution in biology that will enable us to read the genetic code of life as easily as we would read a book. We have gained the power to control the destiny of our species and the ability to manipulate and build humans at will. This fascinating new series will take us on an incredible journey into the future of being, and give a glimpse of things to come in the new age.
Imagine yourself 150 years old, pregnant and still going strong. Is this scenario the stuff of science fiction? Scientists predict that in fifty years time every organ in the body, except the brain, will be replaceable. Even the heart can be renovated. The future won't just be a healthier short life. The search for eternal life is now being taken seriously. A number of tantalizing and remarkable discoveries indicating how to stop the human body ageing are about to turn science fiction into reality. The key lies inside every cell in our body. Scientists now believe they will be able to extend the human life span to 150 years. Is this the first step of immortality?
Redd Foxx stand up. NSFW.
Spy Films director Arev Manoukian shoots his latest film featuring electronic music artist Skrillex & Wolfgang Gartner .
This film the hauntingly dark journey of a newly married man trapped in his deepest erotic dream. The dream quickly turns into a nightmare as he spirals down into The Devil's Den.
Animated zombie western, what's not to love?
The second video for the music project of Yoann Lemoine.
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An 8-bit sounding version of the entire OK Computer album.
America gets stuck with bank bailouts and imperialist wars; Western Europe gets public transportation, low school tuition, and universal healthcare.
In which we explain economic equilibrium, how to make money from nothing, and every fundamental force in physics.
If you'd like to read a (very) rigorous description of gauge theory in economics, check out this paper by Lee Smolin: http://arxiv.org/pdf/0902.4274v1.pdf
And if you're an economist rather than a physicist, check out "The Index Number Problem: A Differential Geometric Approach" by Pia Malaney: http://bit.ly/JKS5lh
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Jonny Kennedy died in 2003, aged 36. He had a terrible genetic condition called Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) -- which meant that his skin literally fell off at the slightest touch, leaving his body covered in agonising sores and leading to a final fight against skin cancer.
In his last months, Jonny decided to work with filmmaker Patrick Collerton to document his life and death, and the result was a film, first broadcast in March 2004, that was an uplifting, confounding and provocatively humorous story of a singular man. Not shying away from the grim reality of EB, the film was also a celebration of a life lived to the full.
When it was first shown, The Boy Whose Skin Fell Off captivated nearly 5 million viewers and helped to raise 500,000 for the EB charity DebRA. Channel 4 is re-screening the film and re-visiting Jonny's family to see how they have come to terms with his death and the public's reaction to the film.
Jonny was frank about his feelings on his upcoming death and practical about the arrangements. The film featured moving interviews with his friends and family, including his mother Edna, who had been his life-long carer and faced the prospect of Jonny's death with disarming mixed feelings, torn between relief for Jonny and knowing that she would miss him desperately.