C Block

Animated short by Vladimir Kooperman.


Royal Pain

Royal Pain is about a palace guard who befriends a pest. The movie is Natalie Wetzig's GC-animated senior film from her studies at CalArts.


Maa Vidal: Follow Me

A wolf in sheep clothing, in the video Maa walks through perverse stories of seduction and deception.

The video is the work of Joana Colomar.


The Raid - Claymation

Hyperviolent 2012 Indonesian action film THE RAID remade starring Claymation cats.

By Lee Hardcastle


Beastie Boys on Futurama

"Hell Is Other Robots" is the ninth episode of Futurama. It originally aired in North America on May 18, 1999, as the season finale of the first season.

Adam Yauch was unavailable at the time of the recording so only Adam Horovitz and Michael Diamond voice themselves in the episode, with Horovitz also voicing Yauch. The Beasties perform "Intergalactic" and "Super Disco Breakin", from the album "Hello Nasty".


BBC: Hard Gay

Hard Gay was a Japanese pro wrestler turned TV personality popular in the mid 2000s. Like Sacha Baron Cohen's Brno, he is a cartoonish gay foreigner portrayed by a straight person.


Leo Africanus: A Man Between Worlds

Born a Muslim called Hasan al-Wazzan in the 1480s, he became a christian called Leo Africanus. He was a 16th century historian, diplomat, author and a prolific adventurer.

Along the way he travelled the breadth of North African and the Arabian peninsula, was an ambassador for the Sultan of Fes, was captured by pirates and presented to the Pope in Rome and was even the inspiration for Shakespeare's Othello.

His most startling achievement was "The Description of Africa" - a geography of the continent that inspired generations of explorers and adventurers and remains one of the most widely published of all travel authors.

Journalist Badr Sayegh follows in his footsteps from his birth in the Arabic quarter of Granada and across the sea to Morocco; through the old medina of Fez and onto Rome the capital of renaissance Europe. In Mali he traces his journey along the river Niger to the misterious city of Timbuktu.

The film is presented and narrated by Badr Sayegh and directed by Jeremy Jeffs.


Five Fingers of Evolution

How can a "thumbs up" sign help us remember five processes that impact evolution? The story of the Five Fingers of Evolution gives us a clever way of understanding change in gene pools over time.

Lesson by Paul Andersen, animation by Alan Foreman (http://www.alanforemananimation.com)

View the full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/five-fingers-of-evolution


How to Survive a Robot Uprising

Forget the zombie apocalypse--the real threat is an imminent Robopocalypse, a robot uprising! We at Epipheo care about your survival. That's why we interviewed Daniel H. Wilson to find out exactly how to survive a robot uprising. Daniel is the world's foremost authority on the subject and NY Times bestselling author of the book, "Robopocalypse."

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NASA | Pursuit of Light

NASA dreams big science. In this awesome new short, NASA presents the Earth, the planets, the Sun, and the endless universe beyond. Come for the cool, stay for the music, take away a sense of wonder to share. It's six minutes from Earth to forever, and you can see it here!

This video is public domain and can be downloaded at: ?http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/goto?10958


Disassembled

Everyone has a bad day now and then. Even superheroes.


Inside the New York Times 'Lively Morgue'

Print archives that were once the heart of many newspapers have gone the way of the floppy disk. But at the New York Times, home to the Lively Morgue tumblr, the technology that has threatened to kill the morgue may also save it.