Dances of Life (Maori excerpt) This is an excerpt from a 55 min documentary we have shot for PBS. For nearly 50000 years, dances and songs have been an expression of Pacific Islanders' origins, their journeys, their struggles - their very existence. These are their dance stories. The program journeys to five cultures: Maori (New Zealand), Samoan, Palauan, Chamorro (Guam), Kanak (New Caledonia), ...
ballerina on a boat the cartoon directed by russian animation master Lev Atamanov, and the score by Alfred Schnittke
Snarky Puppy "Whitecap" HD excerpt from full length DVD Snarky Puppy performs, "Whitecap" at Dockside Studio in Maurice, LA while recording their newest album, "Tell Your Friends" in front of a live studio audience. This short film is an excerpt of the full length DVD to be released to the public in March of 2010. Go to for more details about the music and for more details on the video production.
A Trip to the Moon (1902) hand-coloured original clips A group of astronomers go on an expedition to the moon. Le voyage dans la lune. Ryhmä tähtitieteilijöitä kuumatkalla. Matka kuuhun. Die Reise zum Mond. El viaje a la luna. Resan till månen. (great but haunting music by French group AIR)
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Excerpts from C-SPAN's Interviews with Supreme Court Justices Excerpts from C-SPAN interviews of Supreme Court Justices -- to be shown in their entirety during C-SPAN's "Supreme Court Week" beginning Oct. 4, 2009. Tied to Sonia Sotomayor's first appearance on the Bench, the quotes reflect Justice's thoughts on how new Justices affect the Court, first days on the Court, and being a female Justice. More info: www.c-
Anatomy, the Torso: Excerpts from Robert Liberace's Drawing Series This video shows clips from Robert Liberace's drawing DVD, "Anatomy: The Torso." Part three of a five part drawing series. See for the other titles.
excerpt from "How to Be a Great Ballet Dancer" Petite prima ballerina Marianne Humainette and diminutive danseur noble George "Stumpy" Spelvin demonstrate how they developed their incredible technique
Kitty, Daisy and Lewis - BBC3 Documentary Excerpt
Excerpt From Last Night At The Proms Part 6 (Rule Britannia) part 6 of my fave parts of the proms (Rule Britannia)
Keith West - Excerpt from a ***age Opera (1967)
"Batter, my heart", from Doctor Atomic Here's the end of Act 1 from John Adam's acclaimed opera Doctor Atomic: Oppenheimer's intense and exciting aria "Batter, my heart". It's wonderfully sung by baritone Gerald Finley (Amsterdam, 2007).
Who is the Nigger? -James Baldwin (clip) A clip from, "Take this Hammer"... KQED's mobile film unit follows author and activist James Baldwin in the spring of 1963, as he's driven around San Francisco to meet with members of the local African-American community. Baldwin reflects on the racial inequality that African-Americans are forced to confront and at one point tries to lift the morale of a young man by expressing his conviction that: "There will be a Negro president of this country but it will not be the country that we are sitting in now." Full version: diva.sfsu.edu
Excerpt: Derek Paravicini Lesley Stahl catches up with Derek Paravicini, an extraordinary savant with an incredible musical talent. 60 Minutes, Sunday, March 14, 7 pm ET/PT.
Gay man in the Civil Rights Movement. This is the story of a man that was part of the civil rights movement and was also gay. This is another reason that gays talk about the civil rights movement themselves. I hope that everyone that watches this video understand what this man did for our country. If you are interested this is off the movie called Out of the Past. Enjoy :)
Ishmael Beah - Excerpt from "A Long Way Gone" Complete video at: fora.tv Author and Sierra Leone war refugee Ishmael Beah reads an excerpt from his book, "A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier." ----- Ishmael Beah introduces "A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier." You will never forget Ishmael Beah and his heart-breaking, gripping story of a child's journey through hell. There may be as many as 300000 child soldiers, hopped up on drugs and wielding AK-47s, in more than fifty conflicts around the world. Beah used to be one of them. He is the first to tell his story in his own words. What is war like through the eyes of a child soldier? How does he become a killer? How does he stop? Child soldiers have been profiled by journalists, and novelists have imagined their lives. Until now, there hasn't been a first-person account from someone who came through this hell and survived to tell the tale. In A LONG WAY GONE, Beah relates fleeing attacking rebels, wandering a land rendered unrecognizable by violence, being picked up by the government army, and finding that he was capable of truly terrible acts. After three years as a soldier, a truck pulled into the army base and Ishmael and other young soldiers were released by their commander to UNICEF workers. Sent to a rehabilitation center, he struggled to regain his humanity and to convince the world of civilians who viewed him with fear and suspicion. It is, at last, a story of redemption. Beah, now 25, came to the US when he was seven***, and graduated from Oberlin ...
How Steve Wozniak Brought Color to Personal Computers Complete video at: fora.tv Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak recalls the moment he stumbled upon the idea of how to put color into personal computers. The inspiration came during a sleepless four-day and four-night design session while building the Atari game Breakout. "That was probably one of the biggest things Apple ever did," he says. ----- Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder and philanthropist in conversation at the Discovery Forum 2010 with Emmy-award winning journalist Dana King from CBS 5 Eyewitness News. Renowned technology pioneer Steve Wozniak speaks to the importance of hands-on learning and encouraging creativity, and how the Bay Area Discovery Museum is a critical resource for preparing children for the challenges of the 21st century. The Discovery Forum serves to increase awareness about the importance of childhood creativity, and raises support for the Museum's educational exhibitions and programs. - Bay Area Discovery Museum A Silicon Valley icon and philanthropist for the past three decades, Steve Wozniak, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Wheels of Zeus (wOz), helped shape the computing industry with his design of Apple's first line of products the Apple I and II and influenced the popular Macintosh. For his achievements at Apple Computer, Steve was awarded the National Medal of Technology by the President of the United States in 1985, the highest honor bestowed America's leading innovators. In 2000 Steve was inducted into the Inventors Hall of Fame and was awarded ...
Raising the Bar 3 - Excerpt - "Why do you want to be big?" Purchase RTB3 here! Raising the Bar 3 is not about female bodybuilding, but we do briefly profile a young newcomer to the sport. In this excerpt Hayley McNeff expresses the enthusiasm I'm sure those of you who are bodybuilders remember feeling when you first started working out and felt the excitement of those first startling gains!
Excerpt of speech from my film James Baldwin Anthology This is a incendiary speech by Jimmy that I shot at UC Berkeley Campus Circa 1979. This is only a small clip from my feature film "The James Baldwin Anthology" This was featured on CSPAN and Biography 2002
"Seven Brides For Seven Brothers"- Barn Dance - HD - (1954) This is the BARN DANCE scene from the movie "Seven Brides For Seven Brothers in HD. DISCLAIMER: This video is not intended to infringe on the copyright of any person or company. The sole purpose of this video is strictly for entertainment and historical purposes only.
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An Excerpt From Winter: Sarah Burke and Rory Bushfield Below is the "Winter" Film Tour Schedule Help Sarah's family pay for medical bills here: www2 A selection from The Ski Channel's second feature film, Winter. Rory Bushfield and Sarah Burke are two of action sports most prominent freeskiers. The newly-wed couple invite us into their lives and detail what its like to be at the forefront of action sports.
ECKHART TOLLE: AWAKENING IN THE NOW | It's the NOW again! An excerpt from a rare public lecture by Eckhart Tolle and introductory and follow-up interviews with Dr. Betty Sue Flowers, who examines the Tolle phenomenon in the new PBS special ECKHART TOLLE: AWAKENING IN THE NOW, premieringFebruary 28 on PBS (check local listings). More than 8 million books by Eckhart Tolle have been sold. The Power of Now created a minor sensation; then Oprah Winfrey chose A New Earth as her book of the month, and went on to create her first webinar based on its teachings -- more than 27 million downloads have been recorded. His books have been translated into 33 languages. So: who is Eckhart Tolle, and why are all these people so entranced by his thinking? The new PBS special ECKHART TOLLE: AWAKENING IN THE NOW examines the phenomenon surrounding Tolle by presenting excerpts from one of his rare public lectures -- this one from Los Angeles in 2007 -- and interview segments with Dr. Betty Sue Flowers, director of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum, who interprets the Tolle phenomenon from both a personal and a cultural perspective. In the Los Angeles lecture, Tolle focuses on his concepts of the "now", the role of the ego-ic mind -- a key mantra to use in everyday situations -- and other major themes of his continuing work. Flowers calls him "a world teacher... he not only teaches to the world, but he teaches from the world of all the spiritual traditions." It premieres February 28 and airs throughout March 2009 on most PBS stations ...
Erich Fromm Interview Excerpt Erich Fromm discusses different things, including the Having and being modes of orientation.
Julia Sweeney: "Letting Go of God" (an excerpt) Julia Sweeney (God Said, "Ha!") performs the first 15 minutes of her 2006 solo show Letting Go of God. When two young Mormon missionaries knock on her door one day, it touches off a quest to completely rethink her own beliefs.TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers are invited to give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes -- including speakers such as Jill Bolte Taylor, Sir Ken Robinson, Hans Rosling, Al Gore and Arthur Benjamin. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, and Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, politics and the arts. Watch the Top 10 TEDTalks on , at http
Arnold Schoenberg: Jakobsleiter (Excerpt) World premiere of Arnold Schoenberg's (1874-1951) oratorio "Die Jakobsleiter" in Vienna, 1961.
Snarky Puppy "Slow Demon" Excerpt From the Full Length DVD Snarky Puppy plays their song, "Slow Demon" while recording their album, "Tell Your Friends" in front of a live studio audience. The song is an excerpt from the full length DVD available in March of 2010. Footage was shot on two Sony PMW-EX3's and one PMW-EX1 at 1920x1080, 30p, 35 mbs and was down converted to 720p using the H.264 codec for web presentation. For more info about the band's music go to . For more information about the video production go to . Enjoy...Tell Your Friends!
Bukowski: Hollywood Tour Charles Bukowski gives a tour of Hollywood & Western, highlighting his favorite bars & hangouts, hookers & dope-dealers. [Clip from "Charles Bukowski Tapes" (1985) by Barbet Schroeder]
Iraq for Sale Banned Excerpts On May 10th, 2007, this video was banned in Congress Robert Greenwald, the director of IRAQ FOR SALE, was invited to testify before Congress by Rep. Jim Moran. He prepared four minutes from the documentary to show. Republicans insisted this not be shown.
The Chomsky-Foucault Debate [excerpt, part 2/2] This is an excerpt from the Chomsky-Foucault debate which was aired on Dutch television in 1971. The moderator seen here is Fons Elder. I am unaware of any full length copies of the original video, however the debate has been reprinted (and translated, of course) several times. For a copy of this debate and several interesting interviews that followed, see Noam Chomsky and Michel Foucault, _The Chomsky-Foucault Debate: On Human Nature_ (New York: The New Press, 2006).
Louis Malle 'My dinner with Andre' 'ok yes....we are bored, we're all bored now'
The Chomsky-Foucault Debate [excerpt, part 1/2] This is an excerpt from the Chomsky-Foucault debate which was aired on Dutch television in 1971. The moderator seen here is Fons Elder. I am unaware of any full length copies of the original video, however the debate has been reprinted (and translated, of course) several times. For a copy of this debate and several interesting interviews that followed, see Noam Chomsky and Michel Foucault, _The Chomsky-Foucault Debate: On Human Nature_ (New York: The New Press, 2006).
Chris Gardner - Excerpt from "The Pursuit of Happyness" Complete video at: fora.tv Self-made entrepreneur Chris Gardner reads an excerpt from his book, "The Pursuit of Happyness," recounting his experience at an "est" group therapy seminar in 1970s San Francisco. This video was taped at the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) in San Francisco. This clip contains explicit language. ----- Chris Gardner in conversation with 20/20 producer Lynn Redmond about his newly-published autobiography, "The Pursuit of Happyness." Gardner's fascinating story is also the subject of a movie of the same name starring Will Smith as Gardner and Smith's son Jaden as Gardner's son, Chris Jr. The film was shot in the Bay Area and is scheduled to be released in December 2006 by Columbia Pictures. Gardner is President and CEO of Rich LLC. He is also an avid philanthropist committed to assisting organizations involved in education and economic development.
The Alla Prima Portrait Excerpts.mov The Alla Prima Portrait: DVD Excerpts. This clip shows several minutes segments from the dvd by painter Robert Liberace. More info at .
Frank Zappa - 200 Motels excerpt Clip from Frank Zappa's 1971 movie '200 Motels', comprising of the 'Pleated Gazelle' sequence ('The Lad Searches The Night For His Newts'; 'The Girl Wants To Fix Him Some Broth'; 'Little Green Scratchy Sweaters & Corduroy Ponce'; 'A Nun Suit Painted On Some Old Boxes') and the ensuing Cal Schenkel animation ('Dental Hygiene Dilemma'; 'Does This Kind Of Life Look Interesting To You'). The original mono audio has been redubbed with the stereo mix from the CD release. As such it lacks the cartoon sound effects.
Pink Floyd - Saucerful of Secrets (Popeii Excerpt) Pink Floyd Live At Pompeii
Steve Roach - Structures From Silence (excerpt) Get to Sleep Quick! Relaxation, Stress-Free Music Easily the quietest music for peacefullness and tranquility. Steve Roach - Structures From Silence (excerpt) Get to Sleep Quick! Relaxation, Peaceful, Stress-Free Music
Aldous Huxley, Doors of Perception excerpt excerpt from Huxley's The Doors of Perception (1954), reprinted in Robert Ornstein's The Psychology of Consciousness (1972) and The Nature of Human Consciousness (1973) Read by Rudolph Schirmer
Groovin' - Billy Taylor www.jazzvideoguy.tv presents Groovin', a lesson in Jazz improvisation from Billy Taylor. From the 1958 television program The Subject is Jazz, featuring Billy, Ed Safranski, Osie Johnson, Mundell Lowe, Tony Scott, Jimmy Cleveland and Doc Severinsen.
Alice Neel (excerpt, ) A three minute excerpt from ART/new york program number 32, "ALICE NEEL (1900-1984) (c) 1990" by Paul Tschinkel. For more information and many other titles on contemporary art, visit:
Edie Sedgwick Excerpt Andy Warhol Documentary HQ From PBS Documentary Andy Warhol