Playing a Burning Piano on the Beach in Japan
05 Jul 2017
Ever wonder what a burning piano sounds like to play on? The Japanese have figured it out. Behold!
Live piano performance for the Arctic as the glaciers come crashing down around him.
Welsh gardner, Phillip Vowles, grows gigantic vegetables, including zucchini and cabbage! Over the years, he’s developed four foot marrows (zucchini) and hundred-pound cabbage that he sells to the local pub for their Sunday afternoon lunch…
Faced with the challenge of filming tiny songbirds in night flight, the filmmakers of the new documentary, The Messenger, had to find a way to make the invisible visible. The wind tunnel used by scientists…
We were commissioned by the wonderful folks at The Society of the Four Arts to document the inception of this new artist residency. Follow the journey of two women artists as they are guided by…
Ever wondered what a sitting President sounds like when he leads a church in a moving rendition of “Amazing Grace?” This is historic, and President Obama deserves all the possible accolades for this amazing speech. Simply WOW!
Go behind the scenes with Cornell Lab cinematographer and producer Gerrit Vyn, and learn how he filmed a Ferruginous Hawk nest for “The Sagebrush Sea.”
Although not officially a video, turning a fantastic jazz saxophone solo by John Coltrane into a story for children is an idea who’s time has come. How enchanting and perfect! Note: Chromaticism is a musical…
Leonard Nimoy passed away today at the ripe old age of 83. As Star Trek’s Spock character, he touched us all. And in real life he was a wonderful supporter of the arts.
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