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We travel together, passengers on a little spaceship, dependent on its vulnerable reserves of air and soil, all committed, for our safety, to its security and peace.

Niako: Child of Rhythm

Michael Lamarre, best known as Niako, is a multidisciplinary dancer who started dancing Hip Hop in 1998.

This Animation Brings Home Just How Much We Expose Ourselves to the Media

Do you Twitter, Facebook, Instagram? Do you surf for funnies? Do you watch sport, reality shows and the news?

Death of a Nation: This Poetic Spoken-Word Response to Ferguson Will Blow Your Mind

Almost a 100 years ago in 1915, the film Birth of a Nation shocked America with its portrayal of black men (particularly) as unintelligent and sexually aggressive towards white women.

Saturn’s Amazing Six-Sided Hurricane

At four times the size of our pale blue dot, there is a storm raging over Saturn’s north pole – and it is six-sided.


Roberta lives alone with her cat Marbles.  Old and increasingly in poor health she bumbles through her days with a somewhat perplexed good humor.  Everyday  mistakes are becoming more regular and it seems that old age is finally taking its toll.  What future for souls like Roberta?

Saturn’s Amazing Six-Sided Hurricane

At four times the size of our pale blue dot, there is a storm raging over Saturn’s north pole – and it is six-sided.

True Family Story

Sometimes parents have to make difficult decisions and this little story is a great example.  What would you do if your son is bitten by a squirrel which may or may not be carrying rabies?

Moon Hill: The Hill with a Hole Through It

The Chinese province of Guangxi, on the border of Vietnam, is renowned throughout the world for the beauty of its karst landscapes.  One of the more unusual features the province has to offer is Moon Hill.  It has a large semi-circular hole which goes right through it.  As such it struck the imagination of those who first came across it and it has been forever known as Moon Hill.

Survive: New Zombie Short Film

Jon Chu’s production company offers second unit directors (who were stunt Coordinators) the opportunity to direct their own short films which matches story and action.  However, there is a catch: they are only allowed one day to prepare and a second to shoot their short.  That’s quite a tall order by any standards – and these are high.

Watch the Big Bang but Don’t Know the Theory? Take a Look at This…

…because it may just clear up a few things for you about the original Big Bang Theory.  Where Sheldon might blind you with science, this animation, designed by Mike Luzzi and directed by Dan and Jason at Hornet Inc will make it simple.

If You Have Never Wanted to Visit London, You Will After Watching This

London has always been a city dominated by its river, so it is great to see that the Thames featured in this exemplary time-lapse and hyperlapse by Bordetcky and Svetlana Abrashova of BeHere Too.  The city has never looked so beautiful and as well as the places you would expect to see in such a film – Big Ben and Parliament, Buckingham Palace and Tower Bridge, there are some of the lesser-seen sights of London too.

The Deadly Dewdrops of the Drosera

Look closely, but be wary of touching.  Those beautiful glistening drops of dew at the end of the plants you can see in these photographs are not quite what they seem.  In fact, rather than being dew, that jewel of the earth, these gleaming globules are in fact mucilage.

This Way Up

Laying the dead to rest has never been so much trouble.

What This Little Boy Draws in Chalk will Have You in Bits

This is a very simple, short film by Navin Kumar but despite its brevity it packs an almighty punch at the end.

The Swimming Pool that Turned into a Museum

In the last few years of the twentieth century the Mayor of Lille in northern France had a quandary. The old swimming pool in the small town of Roubaix had been closed in 1985 due to safety problems.  So, why not simply knock the old building down?

Doctor Who - A Visual History - 1963 – 2014: From Hartnell to Capaldi

As we get closer and closer to seeing just what Peter Capaldi will do with Doctor Who I thought it might be a good idea to present this video to you, lovingly put together by Joe Siegler.


Abiogenesis is the natural process of life arising from non-living matter such as simple organic compounds.

When a Cartoon is Called Kung-Fu Crab, You Just Know You Have to Watch It

I make no apologies – the minute I saw the title Kung-Fu Crab I knew it was pretty much inevitable that it would find its way on to Kuriositas.  This little crustacean believes that his owner is just about to make him in to crab cakes.  Cue a metamorphosis in to the new martial arts superhero – Kung-Fu Crab!

Ex Libris

Thank goodness the fine art of gently paced, slow burn film-making is not dead. Not a single dead body or visual effect to be seen here.