Laying the dead to rest has never been so much trouble.
This is a very simple, short film by Navin Kumar but despite its brevity it packs an almighty punch at the end.
In the last few years of the twentieth century the Mayor of Lille in northern France had a quandary. The old swimming pool in the small town of Roubaix had been closed in 1985 due to safety problems. So, why not simply knock the old building down?
As we get closer and closer to seeing just what Peter Capaldi will do with Doctor Who I thought it might be a good idea to present this video to you, lovingly put together by Joe Siegler.
Abiogenesis is the natural process of life arising from non-living matter such as simple organic compounds.
I make no apologies – the minute I saw the title Kung-Fu Crab I knew it was pretty much inevitable that it would find its way on to Kuriositas. This little crustacean believes that his owner is just about to make him in to crab cakes. Cue a metamorphosis in to the new martial arts superhero – Kung-Fu Crab!
Thank goodness the fine art of gently paced, slow burn film-making is not dead. Not a single dead body or visual effect to be seen here.
The suburb of Sedlec is a quiet, everyday place, just another part of the small but historic town of Kutná Hora in the Czech Republic. The town has never had a huge population – even today the number of souls there number just over twenty thousand. Yet this calm suburb is home to the Sedlec Ossuary a place which could well send a shiver up your spine. This small chapel under the Cemetery Church of All Saints houses the skeletons of around 70,000 people. And they are not exactly tucked away in a crypt, either.
When Rock stumbles upon the magical Paper, it's love at first sight. But when the wrath of Scissors threatens the well-being of Paper, Rock must stop at nothing to save what he loves most, no matter the cost.
Have you ever wanted to take a trip through time to see what animals looked like millions of years ago?
…and when you do, it’s not quite like any usual promenade through the streets of the French capital. San Francisco Ballet dancers Kimberly Braylock and Anthony Spaulding display a certain joie de vivre and are obviously very happy to be there in this short by Calvin Walker. Parisians as usual refuse point blank to be nonplussed by anything but they do manage to attract the curiosity of a very excitable little dog if you watch carefully!
You know when you tuck in to those beans on toast that there will be a consequence – every action having a direct reaction, as it were. So, just how and why does an innocent snack become such a fart fest?
If you like video games but sometimes just can’t muster up the energy to power up the playstation then Journey Alpha may be just for you. As the world’s first non-interactive video game all you have to do is sit back and watch the action as it progresses – simple as that. Created by Patrick Poelch
One of the largest cemeteries in Europe, the Cimitero monumentale di Staglieno in Genoa, Italy covers more than a square kilometer. It opened in 1851 and since then has gained a reputation for its monuments to those buried there.
…because even if this isn’t your particular dream you can at least take heart that in this case it came true. This is Beverly. She gets a little wrapped up in her thoughts when it comes to getting the man that she wants – but that’s cool – we get to share them. Yet will she or won’t she get the man?
Every actor has to have a showreel and Eme Essien is no exception. However, when she approached Studio Hansa for a little assistance they politely declined- but offered instead to collaborate with her in creating Girl #9.
Relax? Unlikely but can say what you like about Quentin Tarantino – he knows how to kill people on screen.
The Japanese have a wonderful relationship with their manhole covers: they treat them as art. Here is a selection of the ornate, the artistic and the slightly bizarre.
It might not have been keeping you awake at night but here’s a question. Why do some male orangutans have a flange – that big flap of skin around their faces – while others don’t?
Paul Richardson recently spent three weeks in Paris, capturing it in all its quintessentially French gorgeousness and the result is this incredible time-lapse (with an amazing hyperlapse up to the Arc de Triumphe being my favorite part as I drove that road at about the same speed as a teenager). Wh