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VideoJan 2013

Michael Moore speaks out on gun control

(2:29) If one suffers, everybody suffers. Michael Moore calls for Americans to take care of each other, rather than just themselves.


VideoJul 2011

Porcelain Unicorn

Winner of Parallel Lines, a competition to create a three-minute film using only six lines of dialogue: "What is that?", "It's a unicorn", "Never seen one up close before", "Beautiful", "Get away, get away", and "I'm sorry". Director Ridley Scott (Alien, Blade Runner, Gladiator) selected Porcelain Unicorn as the winner.


VideoMay 2009

Michael Bay eating a bowl of cereal

Representation of the style of one of the industry's elite action filmmakers by transforming his breakfast into a kind of cereal Armageddon


VideoFeb 2009

Hunger (2008) - Interview with director Steve McQueen

Why make a film if it isn't necessary. Steve McQueen describes his thoughts behind his debut feature.

VideoNov 2010

Spartacus (1960) - I am Spartacus!

Classic scene from Stanley Kubrik's Spartacus, where slaves stand up in support of their leader. It is also the inspiration behind the #iamspartacus campaign on Twitter in support of Paul Chambers who was fined £1000 for sending a 'menacing' tweet when he thought he was going to miss a flight from Doncaster. It read: 'Crap! Robin Hood airport is closed. You've got a week and a bit to get your shit together otherwise I'm blowing the airport skyhigh!'.


VideoOct 2011

Michael Moore's speech at Occupy Wall Street

(10:19) Spreading the word. Lefty filmmaker and social critic Michael Moore stopped by Liberty Plaza in NYC to humble himself in front of the crowd. Since the banning of sound systems and megaphones, the crowd lend their voices so that others can hear. Strange at first but highly effective considering.


VideoJul 2007

Gladiator (2000) - Barbarian battle

(10:25) Ridley Scott's epic opening sets the tone of the film.

VideoNov 2014

Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the end of 'Interstellar'

(3:10) Whether or not you have seen Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar', the idea of accessing your time line is fascinating and not unreasonable, as Neil deGrasse Tyson explains.

VideoMar 2012

Alfred Hitchcock's definition of happiness

(1:23) Master of suspense (and wisdom?) gives his definition of happiness.


VideoOct 2008

Madonna and Guy Ritchie At Home

Harry Enfield comes over all Lock Stock