In 1963, JFK recorded one of the most foul-mouthed telephone calls ever made from the White House. This is the story of the silly bastard who started it all.
A contemporary re-imagining of the duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. The film explores the idea of history as a contested narrative. Also, it is a comedy.
Architecture student Kibwe Taveres filters a vision of a robot uprising through the lens of history, blending high grade CG with archival footage of the 1981 Brixton riots.
Argentinian street artist, Blu, takes his freudian creature animations to the massive scale as they move across a desolate cityscape.
The latest entry won Sundance this week. Get caught up from the beginning! Learn History! Drunken History!
40 years ago a 14-year old Beatle fan edged his way in to see John Lennon and recorded this exchange covering topics still eerily relevant today.
Millions have turned to this film to understand the complexities of the economic recession explained in the simplest form.
A lovable dog does all he can to protect his master from the park’s hidden dangers in this satirical look at Bush-era American policy from the legendary Bill Plympton.
The cult-fave comic strip brings its biting political satire to the web in bite-sized installments.
“Literary trailer” for the book by the same name, this short, produced by “Children of Men” director Alfonso Cuarón, mixes archival footage as well nifty motion graphics to dramatize the book’s thesis.
A kaleidoscope of national symbols and sounds highlight the tension between America and the Islamic world.
Fun yet violent animation that teaches us self-defense techniques (or attempts to) through everyday man, George—a character we all know well.