Learn - People Who Help Us (Animation)
There are many things we can't do ourselves. Many people help us in doing these things. They are our helpers. (An Indian film in English)
Preparing for a Career in Journalism
A conventional career in journalism involves working as a reporter
or editor at a newspaper, television station or magazine. Find out how
most journalists start their careers with a bachelor's degree in
journalism with help from a journalism professor in this free video on
careers in journalism. (2:12)
Television News Careers : Becoming a News Anchor
Becoming a news anchor requires a bit of talent and presentation skills, an education focused on the field and a lot of hard work to get a foot in the door. Become a news anchor with insider information from award-winning former TV news anchor, Glenn Selig, in this video on television jobs.
The Harlem Renaissance Music
This short film, is an introduction to an interdisciplinary unit on the
Music, Art, and Literature of the Harlem Renaissance. The video begins with the introduction of slavery to the colonies through Obama becoming president. It then focuses on the flowering of African American cultural and intellectual life during the 1920s and 1930s through art, music, and literature. Different performancers are highlighted-information is given in text and images shown. (9:54)
The Trojan Horse
The story of how Ulysses led the Greeks inside a wooden horse to capture Troy and rescue their princess. A 1960 cartoon in simple animation, a Capitol Records television presentation. Male narrator, music. Note, archive.org claims that this is in the public domain, but there is no proof of that. It appears the original owner was Capitol Records. (4:59)
Rapunzel, picture book by Paul Zelinsky, Part 2 of 2
The conclusion of the presentation of Paul Zelinsky's prize-winning retelling of the Grimm's fairy tale, "Rapunzel." Despite the sorceress's attempts to part them forever, the now-blind prince and the banished Rapunzel find one another and live happily with their children. Part 2 of 2 With music. Winner of the 1998 Caldecott Medal and the Carl Sandburg Award. Film awards include Bronze Statuette and Telly Awards. Available in 2010 from Scholastic as part of a DVD collection. (3:59)
Animoto-Make Impressive Slide Shows
Their first release is Animoto, a web application that automatically generates professionally produced videos using their own patent-pending technology and high-end motion design. Each video is a fully customized orchestration of user-selected images and music. Produced on a widescreen format, Animoto videos have the visual energy of a music video and the emotional impact of a movie trailer.
The heart of Animoto is its newly developed Cinematic Artificial Intelligence technology tha
Computer Basics : What Is a Monitor?
A monitor, or computer screen, displays the information coming from a computer so that the user can see and work with that data. Discover how monitors are similar to television screens. (1:02)
The Story of Movies: Understanding Films and Filmmaking
This well-produced video introduces a curriculum designed to introduce middle school students to the practice of critically analyzing film and other forms of visual storytelling. It features classroom scenes, as well s interviews with Martin Scorsese, classroom teachers, and the curriculum writer.
How to Use Block Quotes
Learn how to use block quotes correctly with VideoJug's help. This film
explains the conventional way of punctuating English writing with block
quotes. Block quotes use indentation instead of using quotation marks.
Shot Lists & Storyboards (#5)
Now you need to plan what you are going to film. Think about the shots that you want to get and how you will get them. A shot is basically a camera angle.
Child Rights in Cartoons
In 1998, UNICEF thought of a creative way to help educate the world about children’s rights. UNICEF asked directors around the world to make a 30-second animated film illustrating one of the rights spelled out in the Convention of the Rights of the Child. Since then, over 70 studios in 32 countries have created cartoons for this project. The cartoons have been shown on television to over 1 billion people worldwide and are still on TV today in many countries. Click on these images to watch a
Meet the Artist: Phoebe Greenberg
Curator Kelly Gordon talks with Black Box artist Phoebe Greenberg about her film "Next Floor."
Meet the Artist: Guido van der Werve
Black Box artist Guido van der Werve provides a survey of his film work.
Meet the Artist: Ori Gersht
The London-based Israeli artist provides a survey of his photographic series and film work in an informal discussion.
Buddha: The Great Sage
This video is a depiction of the life of the Buddha and his influence to create the religion of his name.
Federation, White Australia policy Australian History Part 1
A video about the White Australian Policy. Authentic film and still pictures are narrated.
SAMOA (HEART OF POLYNESIA) HISTORY
Old film and song are the basis of this video about Samoan traditions.
Meet the Artist: Terry Gilliam-Introduction to "Tideland"
Filmmaker Terry Gilliam introduces his latest film "Tideland", 2006. Described by Gilliam as 'Alice in Wonderland meets Psycho' and based on the critically acclaimed novel of the same name, "Tideland" depicts the world of Jeliza-Rose, a place where fireflies have names, squirrels talk, and the heads of four dolls, long since separated from their bodies, keep her company. "Tideland" opens nationwide on November 8.