Wait a minute, wait a minute, you ain’t heard nothing yet.
The first spoken line in movie history. From the 1927 “The Jazz Singer”, the first feature-length motion picture with synchronized dialogue sequences.
When it premiered in October 1927, only a few theaters in New York and Los Angeles had the technology to feature audio, so the majortity of people at the time still saw it as a silent film.
The Spy Who Came In From The Cold (1965)
Quest, a short movie made in 1983 by Elaine and Saul Bass based on Ray Bradbury’s 1946 story “Frost and Fire”.
Inge Druckrey: Teaching to See (Produced by Edward Tufte)
I started watching this documentary on design, typography and data visualization and I couldn’t stop watching.
Beauty, inspiration and peace of mind from top to bottom.
Douglas Engelbart inventor of the mouse and many other modern computing concepts dies at the age of 88.
The Mother of All Demos, presented by Douglas Engelbart (1968).
Night and Fog (1955)
A Boy and His Atom – to explore the limits of filmmaking, IBM scientists create the world’s smallest movie, made by moving actual atoms frame by frame with IBM’s scanning tunneling microscope.
How far we’ve come in the half-century since Disney’s Our Friend the Atom.