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The OceanMaker

The seas have gone.  The little water left is in the sky – in the form of occasional, wispy clouds.  Yet one young pilot has a plan to try and restore the oceans, but she must get to the clouds before the sky pirates, who will stop at nothing to retrieve the last drops of water on Earth.

Vote for the National Animal of Wales

The status of national animal for Wales is currently shared by two animals – one real and one mythical.

Under the Rope

Under The Rope is a short documentary about inspirational female Muay Thai fighter Sylvie Von Duuglas-Ittu.

Snow Rollers: Nature’s Winter Treat

If you live in one of world’s colder, snowier regions you may have seen them – but even then the chance are remote.  A rare and seemingly mysterious treat nature, the snow roller is a natural phenomenon created without human intervention.  They are known by other names too: snow donuts, snow cylinders or even snow bales.


One reviewer has called this short an enjoyable blend of complex quantum physics and good old family banter.


It is riven with his usual joie de mourir and I couldn’t take my eyes off it throughout – so how did I miss the new Steve Cutts animation by a month?

Nazi VR

Virtual Reality is a fairly new technology and the crimes committed by the Nazis in Europe are further in the past as each sun sets.

Cough: The Australian Flu Movie

The British media is at full throttle at the moment, spreading fear and panic about Australian Flu. So, it's great to see that Cough, a rather prescient short film has recently been made available for wider audiences.

The Golden Hour: Magical Photography

Have you ever taken a photograph that seems to have a magical quality to it, because of the way in which the light has been captured in the shot?

What Are Those Things on Giraffes’ Heads?

Perhaps we spend so long looking at the main creature feature of giraffes – their elegant, incredibly extended necks – that we miss other interesting bits.

If You Have Never Wanted to Visit New Zealand, You Will After You Watch This

New Zealand is an incredible place to visit and if you have five months, as Man and Drone did, then you will be able to take in a great deal of this fascinating country.

Donny the Drone (Starring Guy Pearce)

Featuring the voice of Guy Pearce, Donny the Drone is an interesting short film about a drone which, when fate intervenes, gains self-awareness.

Stephen King on Childhood

Many people think that something awful must have happened to Stephen King when he was a child, something that translates itself in to his work.

Frost Flowers: Beautiful but Rare Wonders of Nature

Back in 2012 we published a feature about frost flowers - you can read the original here (which includes all the science!

Aquatic Human

Put two athletes at the bottom of the sea and give them a seabob each and the likelihood is that you won’t end up with something like Aquatic Human.

Dream Child

Intelligent animation allows your imagination to take flight and this is exactly the case with Dream Child (Rêve d’enfant in French), produced by Papy3D Productions.

What Is PEE And How Do I Use It?

One of the things that I have to explain every year to a new intake of students is PEE.  It is a technique whereby learners can explain their ideas through a process.

Architectures around Las Vegas

While the city of Las Vegas is for the most part known for its casino gambling as well as its other forms of entertainment, there are other interesting aspects to the city.

Adolfo Farsari – The Man Who Shot Japan

In the 1880s at a time when most Europeans were denied access to the Japanese interior an Italian photographer managed to capture many images of Old Japan.

If You Have Never Wanted to Visit Florence, You Will After You Watch This

Florence is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world and once you have watched this you will understand why (that is, of course, if you are not already of that opinion).