Arthur C. Clarke offers an alternative list of the 7 Wonders of the World. Originally aired on the BBC in 1995 and partially filmed in Sri Lanka.
Revolution OS is a 2001 documentary which tells the history of GNU, Linux, and the open source and free software movements that accompanied it. The story is told through interviews with prominent hackers and entrepreneurs including Richard Stallman and Linus Torvalds.
Benoit Mandelbrot documentary from 1995. Mandelbrot discovered what is now called the M-Set in the early seventies and coined the term ‘fractal’ to describe the geometry behind it.
The 1970 British educational film “The Art of the Marbler” offers an in-depth look at paper marbling, a centuries-old technique for creating beautiful marble-like patterns on paper.
Aleister Crowley – The Wickedest Man In the World was originally broadcast as part of BBC4’s ‘Masters of Darkness’ on February 19, 2002.
This is the original Amiga movie from 1987 produced by Commodore. Very salesy and full of cringe but some decent archival footage here. The Amiga was a popular PC introduced during the “Commodore” era of home computing and was largely seen as the first machine that offered both fantastic graphics and audio.
A great first hand look into the underground world of the free radio movement of the 80s and 90s. Inside Pirate Radio is an independent documentary on underground radio, which is also called free radio, pirate radio, bootleg, alternative, unlicensed broadcast.
Just like the title says this video will teach you how to pick up girls like a charmer straight outta 1946. Forget the pick-up artists and other player talk on Youtube – b1tches be swarming once you employ these techniques.
CYBERPUNK is Marianne Trench’s stylistic documentary about the cyberpunk movement of the 1980s. William Gibson, author of cyberpunk classic Neuromancer, and Timothy Leary, famous advocate of psychedelic drugs, share their thoughts on the future of society and technology.