1. "Bicentennial Curious" (Short Film)

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    The making of history in the making. 17 mins. Starring Jon Gries (Napoleon Dynamite, Real Genius). Directed by Jared Varava. Written by Justin Varava. Produced by Matt Goldberg and The Varava Brothers. Cinematography by Damian Acevedo. Art Direction by Josh Inch. Editing by Nimrod Erez. Score by Brad Dujmovic. Sound Design by Zach Seivers. See the behind-the-scenes at: https://vimeo.com/116619410

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    • The Big Bang Theory Theme Song (History of Everything - Barenaked Ladies)

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      A presentation for year 11 Physics.

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      • Wanna Live Forever? Become A Noun

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        Joseph Guillotin, Henry Shrapnel and Jules Leotard became immortal -- by entering the English language. But NPR's Robert Krulwich and Adam Cole discover that when your entire life is reduced to a single definition, the results are sometimes upsetting. Producers: Robert Krulwich and Adam Cole Music and Animation: Adam Cole (youtube.com/cadamole) Assistant Producer: Maggie Starbard Production Assistant: Marina Dominguez Supervising Producers: Jessica Goldstein, Maria Godoy

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        • The Abandoned Railway below Philadelphia - UNUSUAL SPACES no. 2

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          Philadelphia is steeped in the rusted history of the Industrial Revolution; a city where abandoned factories and warehouses line former rail corridors that once served as the lifeblood of the 19th century American economy. As modern Philadelphia shapes its future, some of its citizens have turned to the artifacts of its former prowess for inspiration. Much as the High Line in New York is widely believed to have been partially responsible for the reinvigoration of not only a derelict site but also its surrounding neighborhood, a portion of elevated rail track in central Philly known as the Reading Viaduct has been hoisted into public view as a potential catalyst for urban transformation. The late Paul VanMeter – landscape gardener by trade, local rail history enthusiast by passion – led a regular tour of the Viaduct that whisked brave and curious volunteers above and below the main avenues of downtown Philly onto rail tracks that had been abandoned decades earlier. His deep knowledge of the local rail history was only surpassed by his unequivocal, positively electric motivation to increase awareness for the potential urban value of these unique and beautiful abandoned corridors. Paul passed away earlier this year, not long after the filming of this episode. Although he had parted ways with the organization currently leading the development of the Reading Viaduct, Paul is recognized as one of the early leading voices in the movement to garner attention for this truly unusual space. -~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~ For more information about the redevelopment of the Reading Viaduct, visit http://www.therailpark.org. Paul’s blog about the history of the site: http://viaductgreene.org/blog/ Special thanks to Liz Maillie and Rick Darke. Music: "Grasshopper Morning" | Mons Jacet | freemusicarchive.org Series Produced by: Raymond Schillinger -~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~ UNUSUAL SPACES is part of the PBS Digital Studios network. For more from Digital Studios, visit pbs.org/digitalstudios and follow us here on VIMEO! Check out Episode No. 1: "The Mother of All Airports" https://vimeo.com/88765672

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          • a brief history of skateboarding

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            An animated tribute to the history of skateboarding. -- Direction & Animation: Antonio Vicentini Art Direction: David Galasse Additional art: Antonio Vicentini Script: Antonio Vicentini, Henry Gosuen, John Diazz Script was based on the informative article by Steve Cave Sound Design: Caco Teixeira, Antonio Vicentini Voice Talent: Phil Miler Credit's song: One Less Scumbag Music & Audio library: incompetech.com / freesound.org Connect with us: Antonio - http://boobiesareawesome.tv David - http://davidgalasse.com Caco - http://sonoplastico.com Henry -http://warchild14.com Phil - http://philmiler.com Steve - http://abt.cm/16TMHZo OLS - http://soundcloud.com/one-less-scumbag

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            • SOC 2014 - The Motion Picture Camera: Past, Present and Future

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              For the Society of Camera Operators 2014 Lifetime Achievement Awards. Edited by Bob Joyce Music: "Sunshine (Adagio in D Minor)" by John Murphy soc.org

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              • Space Miami - Aerojet-Dade Rocket Site Documentary

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                In 1963 Aerojet-General built a rocket manufacturing plant in the middle of the Everglades. They were hoping to build rockets for the Apollo moon mission. The rockets were built and tested in a 150 ft. deep silo, the deepest hole ever dug in Florida. In addition to the site, they dug the largest canal cutting through the Everglades to the Atlantic ocean. Because the rockets were so big (solid fueled), they could only be transfered by barge. The Saturn rockets ended up with liquid fuel and Aerojet never got the contract. The site was abandoned in 1969, along with the rocket in the silo. It's been sitting there for nearly 50 years. Produced by Coffee and Celluloid Productions (www.cc-prod.com) and Borscht Corp. (www.borscht.info). Music by Smile (http://www.myspace.com/stephanilnyckyjssmile)

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                • World Record - 29 Jan 2012

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                  Do your part in history! Join 999 other players and break the World Record in 1 epic fun MMOFPS battlefield. MuchDifferent is excited to present a 1 time only battle, Man against Machine, in your browser. It's all made possible thanks to PikkoServer, a load balancer that dynamically divides a virtual world into several seamless regions for the game servers to handle. For more, http://MuchDifferent.com/1000PlayerFPS

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                  • petit pas

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                    modern lesson of history: what really happened at the first moon landing.

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                    • Kurt Vonnegut on the shapes of stories

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                      Background and context: http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2012/11/26/kurt-vonnegut-on-the-shapes-of-stories/

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