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A colorful animation on the seven ingredients of breakthrough moments.
Jonah Lehrer argues brainstorming produces less original ideas than those people who work by themselves.
How can we empower people to be active participants in creating a world we want to live in?
Co-directed by Jody Oberfelder and Eric Siegel, 24 dancers playfully echo the “dance of neurons going on in your head all the time.”
Synesthesia is an animation/documentary that explores the brains and experiences of those with synesthesia.
After an eye-opening psychedelic experience with ayahuasca, Lucas finally faces his lifelong fear of telling Samantha, his childhood friend, that he’s in love with her.
A young woman struggles to accept her identity as a lion in a house-cat world.
Making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich seems easy until you think about all the decision making and philosophy behind it.
An old man fantasizes over a childhood memory in which he was playing with fire.
Comedian W. Kamau Bell struggled with his identity growing up. As a self-described “nerd,” he favored martial arts over basketball and rock over hip-hop.
Live Different. A 9 year-old boy builds an arcade out of cardboard boxes and inspires people all over the world.
Your thoughts – and observing your thoughts – can change the grey matter of your brain.
Yellow Sticky Notes | Canadian Anijam is an innovative and global approach to animation filmmaking and unites animators from coast to coast, from Vancouver to Halifax and all parts in between, to self reflect on one day of their lives using only 4x6 inch yellow sticky notes, a black pen and animation meditation.
In David Orr’s landmark essay, he asks the same of education—what is it for?
Shiva's Adoration of Mata Bhavani's Ambrosia
RADICAL OPENNESS - An anthem on the power of IDEAS created by @JasonSilva at Therapy Studios.
Can a singer cover his own song? He can with the help of musicians from the four corners of the Internet.
From time to time creatives reach that hard wall where they feel that inspiration has abandoned them forever.
A 9 year old boy who built a cardboard arcade in his dad's auto shop is about to have the best day of his life.