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rom one of Buster Keaton's greatest silent movies to Kevin Macdonald's cutting-edge digital documentary collage, there's a wealth of great films free to watch on You Tube.In no particular order, here's our rundown of 20 of the best.
Other Nasa machines have been less successful, and often foray into the outright bizarre - such as a plane with inflatable wings, or a glider launched via helicopter.Following this its wings were inflated using a burst of nitrogen oxide from a container on board This test video of a Lunar Landing Research Vehicle (LLRV) was taken in 1969 in preparation for the Apollo 11 moon landing later that year.The video shows an LLRV taking off and hovering in the air at a Nasa test site, with its pilot perched perilously in the cockpit.The craft will collect vital information about the life of stars and their weather events, and will help scientists improve how we predict dangerous solar flares.While mostly harmless, solar flares can disrupt communications on Earth and are dangerous to astronauts.The red ball bouncing down the stairs will stay with you. The Three Faces of Eve (Nunnally Johnson, 1957) Joanne Woodward – then virtually unknown in Hollywood – won the Best Actress Oscar for her ingenious triplicate performance, in this hokily compelling psychological case study about Multiple Personality Disorder, based on a real-life report. Black Christmas (Bob Clark, 1974) An underrated Canadian horror, pre-dating Halloween in the slasher cycle, about a sorority house fending off Yuletide attacks from a mad stalker. Rebecca (Alfred Hitchcock, 1940) Alfred didn't consider it a "Hitchcock picture", undoubtedly because David O Selznick wanted it made his way.
A solid B-list cast – Olivia Hussey, Keir Dullea, Margot Kidder – makes it a cult curio. But it's remarkable how many personal touches he managed to sneak into this first Hollywood mega-production.
All of Nasa's famous craft went through rigorous flight tests during development, and the agency is releasing hundreds of historic research videos of its machines being put through their paces.
From the initial 1969 tests of the Apollo 11 moon landing craft, to a controlled crash of a Boeing 720 aircraft in 1984, the You Tube videos give a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the world's most successful space agency.
Our dreamy introduction to Manderley is just about unimprovable. Life in a Day (Kevin Macdonald, 2011) Patched together from hundreds of video diaries submitted by amateur filmmakers around the world, Kevin Macdonald's global collage is remarkably fresh and stimulating, thanks mainly to regular jolts of human weirdness. Slacker (Richard Linklater, 1991) Here’s where it all started for Linklater, in a freewheeling debut which eavesdrops all over his hometown of Austin, Texas.
It’s structured like a game of verbal tag – everyone talks their heads off; no plot of any kind materialises.
'As the I2000 separated from the carrier aircraft, its inflatable wings 'popped-out,' deploying rapidly via an on-board nitrogen bottle.' Nasa notes that the unpowered craft glided down to a smooth landing under complete control.