Sesame Street remakes George Luca’s sci-fi classic Star Wars, but without any hint of seriousness. Can Flan Solo, Chewie the Cookie, and Luke Piewalker rescue Princess Parfaita from the evil Darth Baker in this parody video?
Marc Webber, Casey Stone and Jamie Whincup race one another in an F1 car, a supercar and a motorcycle! Filmed as part of the Top Gear Festival in Sydney.
Steve Cutts hilarious animation ponders the question of what happened to some of our favourite cartoon characters after they became famous.
“Fol’Amor” is one of the incredible animated short films from French animation school “Gobelins.” It retells the story of King Arthur and the sword in the stone, but with a humorously romantic twist.
Toy enthusiast Colin Furze ran into the woods to shoot stuff up with a Nerf gun. It’s explosive and possibly the best fun you could have with one of the guns.
“The Message” is a short film from Industry Visual Effects, which features some stunning VFX work. The CGI is beautifully lifelike.
Life will kill you, but not living and enjoying it will also destroy you. So here’s a lovely dark animated comedy from College Humor on things which will kill you.
Unicycling down a rather large mountain is a fun way to spend an afternoon.
Chip and Dale’s Rescue Rangers aren’t all what they seem. ADHD reveals the little character’s agenda.
Mario enters the world of Minecfract, and does battle with Steve in this humorous video from Andrew McMurry.
Musician Charles Yang plays his way through an assortment of classical pieces on his violin in this history lesson for “The Instrumentals” at the invitation of CDZA.
Julien Lasseur and Rustic showcase the passion some have for the locomotive engine. A wonderful short film which highlights the preservation of a mode of transport no longer widely used.
Astronauts Mike Hopkins and Rick Mastracchio take us on geography lesson unlike any other. From the vantage point of the International Space Station (ISS,) the kind folks mark out various cities, countries and landmarks.
“The Offering” follows the tale of a father and son who are deep in the woods delivering an offering to a strange creature. Wonderful short film from Ryan Patch.
Nacho Punch wonders what a Wes Anderson adult film would look like in The Grand Sausage Pizza video.
Cecil Trachenburg examines the history of the US’ PG-13 film rating and wonders what happened to it being a place for edgy films introduced to a younger audience.
Hiroshi Kondo’s “Eye Know” propels us down a Tokyo, Japan highway, in which the lights swirl and transfix us by their kaleidoscopic manner. Music is by Ayako Taniguchi.
Design studio ManvsMachine have produced some of the most incredible visual idents for UK film channel Film4. Here’s a video showcasing the incredible work they have done to produce cinema quality ads.
The Marum Volcano Expedition sent some of its researchers into an active volcano located on the island of Vanuatu in the South Pacific Ocean. The recorded this incredible first-person perspective video on GoPro cameras.
Jaume R. Lloret takes gives us a spin in vehicles from Wes Anderson movies in this awesome supercut.
Rishi Kaneria’s supercut on Pixar’s use of colour in their animations shows us how the animators will use a particular colour for a given scene by using the Roy G. Biv colour spectrum.