Get lost in Robert Kolodny’s bittersweet visual love letter to the most magical place in Brooklyn, Coney Island.


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This documentary shows the best-of-the-best video and photos from the Shuttle launches that occurred over the life of the program from 1981 – 2010.

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The world in miniature is a very, very different world. Take a look at a waterdrop shot at an astonishing 10,000 frames per second.

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Natalie Portman made this video for the New York Times Magazine and although I’m not entirely sure of the point, she’s lovely to watch.

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GE Aviation shares the intricate choreography of flying by capturing all the take-offs and landings over the course of one day at Oakland and Kelowna airports. See the hidden beauty of flight.

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Apollo 8 launch shown in slow motion, shot from a camera located on the launch tower.

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This video is from Denki Groove, one of the most successful techno bands in Japan during the 90’s. Has to be seen to be believed.

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How do you guarantee that your music video will get 1,000,00 streams? Figure out a gimmick where you can feature the artist next to massive, heaving boobs. Marketing 101 folks.

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This is some of the earliest color film ever shot. It’s from 1922 and it feels like a god damn time machine.

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Maybe it’s the music. Maybe it’s the pacing. Maybe it’s the stuntman that is set on fire and jumps out of a skyscraper. This video is surreal.

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