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1. Planets

  • Published: 2011-11-17T06:37:51+00:00
  • Duration: 180
  • By Jules Desmond

A film made for the American Museum of Natural History's "Beyond Planet Earth" contest. Original footage filmed at Griffith Park Observatory, Los Angeles, CA. All other footage compiled from open sourced videos from: American Museum of Natural History's archives (​album/​1708294) Image Science & Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center (Western Europe, Music adapted from "Onward to the Edge!" by John D Boswell (

2. 2016 Cinematography Reel

  • Published: 2017-03-21T09:56:02+00:00
  • Duration: 445
  • By Gregory Walsh
2016 Cinematography Reel

My 2016 reel features footage captured during my tenure in the Galápagos Islands as a Video Chronicler for Lindblad Expeditions and from my travels in Sub-Saharan Africa. I am a freelance videographer and editor currently available for hire. For inquiries, contact info, or to purchase stock footage visit: Music by John D. Boswell: "Beyond the Horizon" (Instrumental) "Children of Africa" (Instrumental)

3. Park Beats NYE 2012

  • Published: 2013-01-03T02:37:46+00:00
  • Duration: 3554
  • By djhdd
Park Beats NYE 2012

Park Beats NYE 2012 Tracklist: Soda Jerk - Pixel Pirates Hollywood Burn (2001 intro) Melodysheep (John D. Boswell) - Journey to the Moon (Apollo 11 Moon Landing Remixed) Evolution Control Committee (trademark Gunderson) - Fucking Moon J Wow - Klang Placeboing\Potential Tim & Eric - Breaking Bad Remix Osymyso - Fatboy Slim Osymyso/Cartel Communique Remix - My Wrongs Flynt Flossy - Did I Mention I Like To Dance (Bobby C Sound TV remix) Mad Buddha (Troy Wolfe) - Let's Dance 2012 Jordan Laws - See The Music Celebrity Murder Party - Blue Rinse (Boris B video) Ferry Gouw\Anna Boberg - Roxy Music - Love Is The Drug (Todd Terje Disco Dub) Ladypat - Donna Summer - I Feel Love (Patrick Cowley remix) Ruckus Roboticus - Take Me to a Disco Addictive TV - Beam up the Bass Thriftshop XL - Chemical Brothers - Pourquoi (Rhythm Scholar's Dead Pixels Remix) Sam Hardy - Soulwax - E Talking Boys Noize - ICH RU VJ Decoder - Soulwax - Krack A big thank you to all the video producers allowing VJ's to use thier work in AV/VJ sets.

4. A HIGGS BOSON Symphony of Science: Independence Day 2012

  • Published: 2012-07-04T14:27:28+00:00
  • Duration: 208
  • By Caridigm
A HIGGS BOSON Symphony of Science: Independence Day 2012

In this vid the excellent 'Quantum World', music & lyrics, (see Melody Sheep - aka John D. Boswell)- licensed under Creative Commons - are showcased by Caridigm 2012 in a synopsis of the Gravity Rabbit TOUR de FORCE SCIENCE series; & the 4th July 2012 Cern bulletin announcing potential data to 'support' missing mass particle Higgs Boson... or is it? This elegaic music boosts your senses and 'opens the mind' to potential...enhancing the Caridigm graphics to show our Quantum conundrum... enjoy, comment, join me on flikr & facebook... ciao!

5. Major restoration project at the Basilica of the Santissima Annunziata, Florence completed by Friends of Florence

Major restoration project at the  Basilica of the Santissima Annunziata, Florence completed by Friends of Florence

Renaissance frescoes and artwork by Florentine masters restored in the Cloister of the Vows Washington, DC…Friends of Florence and its partners celebrate the completion a four-year restoration project at the Basilica of the Santissima Annunziata in Florence of twelve superb lunette frescoes, architectural elements, and marble statues in the Cloister of the Vows funded by the organization. Simonetta Brandolini d’Adda, co-founder and president of Friends of Florence, said, “This extensive restoration project at the Basilica of the Santissima Annunziata has been one of our most demanding and satisfying jobs for the restorers who have returned the Cloisters of the Vows to its stunning glory. The public now has an opportunity to experience the beauty of the paintings and decorative art work as they were conceived by the original artists. We remain eternally grateful to our devoted supporters, many of whom are based in the U.S., and the teams of specialists at Florence’s esteemed restoration laboratories.” The Cloister serves as the entrance atrium to Santissima Annunziata, one of the most important churches in Florence. Michelozzo di Bartolomeo designed the four-sided portico, sustained by columns with Corinthian capitals and cross vaults. The atrium is decorated with marble reliefs and twelve wall paintings by major Florentine artists. Friend of Florence Lead Donors for Cloister of the Vows Restoration: Bill & Julie Ballard: Nativity, 1460, Alessio Baldonivetti Jim & Janet Dicke II: Arrival of the Magi, 1511, Andrea del Sarto Simonetta Brandolini d'Adda: Birth of the Virgin Mary, 1514, Andrea del Sarto Aspen Chapter: The wedding of the Virgin Mary, 1513, Franciabigio John & Kathe Dyson: The Visitation, 1516, Pontormo Susan Boswell: The assumption of the Virgin Mary, 1517, Rosso Fiorentino Ellen & James Morton: Miracle of the Saint’s Relics, 1510, Andrea del Sarto Ellie & Edgar Cullman Jr.: S. Filippo Benizi death, 1509‒10, Andrea del Sarto Ellen & James Morton: The possessed woman saved by S. Filippo Benizi, 1509‒10 Andrea del Sarto The Jay Prizker Foundation: Punshiment of the blasphemous men, 1509‒10, Andrea del Sarto The Jay Prizker Foundation: St.Filippo Benizi Healing the Leper, 1509‒10, Andrea del Sarto The Jay Prizker Foundation: Child restored to life, 1509‒10, Andrea del Sarto Stacy & Bruce Simon: Vestition of S. Filippo Benizi, 1476, Cosimo Rosselli Bob & Kathy Craine: Aquasantiera, Antonio Susini, 1615 Brinkerhoff/Driemann/O’Brien: Tondo raffigurante Noè, Andrea Feltrino, 1510‒14 Brinkerhoff/Driemann/O’Brien: Tondo raffigurante Giona, Andrea Feltrino, 1510‒14 Ellie & Edgar Cullman Jr: Tondo raffigurante Daniele, Andrea Feltrino, 1510‒14

6. Bản giao hưởng của Khoa Học - Những vần thơ của hiện thực

Bản giao hưởng của Khoa Học - Những vần thơ của hiện thực

Bản dịch bởi Kỷ Nguyên Mới ( 2014 Dự án "Bản giao hưởng của Khoa Học" của John D. Boswell muốn phổ biến kiến thức khoa học qua những hình ảnh, đoạn phim và lời nói của những nhà khoa học, giáo sư nổi tiếng trên toàn thế giới. Lời gốc: [Michael Shermer] Science is the best tool ever devised For understanding how the world works [Jacob Bronowski] Science is a very human form of knowledge We are always at the brink of the known [Carl Sagan] Science is a collaborative enterprise Spanning the generations We remember those who prepared the way Seeing for them also [Neil deGrasse Tyson] If you're scientifically literate, The world looks very different to you And that understanding empowers you Refrain: [Richard Dawkins] There's real poetry in the real world Science is the poetry of reality [Sagan] We can do science And with it, we can improve our lives [Jill Tarter] The story of humans is the story of ideas That shine light into dark corners [Lawrence Krauss] Scientists love mysteries They love not knowing [Richard Feynman] I don't feel frightened by not knowing things I think it's much more interesting [Brian Greene] There's a larger universal reality of which we are all a part [Stephen Hawking] The further we probe into the universe The more remarkable are the discoveries we make [Carolyn Porco] The quest for the truth, in and of itself, Is a story that's filled with insights (Refrain) [Greene] From our lonely point in the cosmos We have through the power of thought Been able to peer back to a brief moment After the beginning of the universe [PZ Myers] I think that science changes the way your mind works To think a little more deeply about things [Dawkins] Science replaces private prejudice With publicly verifiable evidence (Refrain) Bản dịch bởi Kỷ Nguyên Mới ( 2014

7. Timelapse dell'intero universo-Timelapse of the entire universe

  • Published: 2018-05-07T20:55:33+00:00
  • Duration: 650
  • By Maurizio Arena
Timelapse dell'intero universo-Timelapse of the entire universe

Su una scala temporale cosmica, la storia umana è breve quanto un battito di ciglia. Comprimendo tutti i 13.8 miliardi di anni di tempo in una scala di 10 minuti, questo video mostra quanto giovani siamo veramente, e quanto sia antico e vasto il nostro universo. A partire dal big bang e culminando nell'apparizione dell'homo sapiens, questa esperienza segue lo sviluppo del tempo a 22 milioni di anni al secondo, aderendo strettamente all'attuale comprensione scientifica. Voiceover di Maurizio Arena Video pubblicato su concessione di Melodysheep/John D. Boswell Narrazione originale di Brian Cox, Carl Sagan e David Attenborough. Video originale: Concetto, musica, editing, sound design e selezioni VFX di Melodysheep. Soundtrack ora su bandcamp: Oltre al filmato personalizzato, questo video campiona una vasta libreria di contenuti da molte fonti, tra cui la NASA, Voyage of Time, Cosmic Voyage, Wonders of the Universe e altro. Scopri di più su questo progetto su Può essere difficile capire quanti anni sono 13.8 miliardi di anni. Più guardi questo video, più approfondisci quanto sia incredibilmente vecchio l'universo, e quanto siamo magnificamente piccoli noi umani nel grande schema. Spero che questo esperimento ti faccia umilmente riflettere sulle immense ere che sono passate prima che arrivassimo e la brevità della nostra esistenza. Ogni evento presentato in questo video è affascinante di per sé, quindi incoraggio caldamente chiunque sia interessato a scavare più a fondo. Inizia con la pagina di Wikipedia sul tempo geologico e da lì prosegui per saperne di più su tutti gli eventi presenti all'interno. Pace e amore, melodysheep @ musicalscience Guarda la versione senza narrazione: On a cosmic time scale, human history is as brief as the blink of an eye. By compressing all 13.8 billion years of time into a 10 minute scale, this video shows just how young we truly are, and just how ancient and vast our universe is. Starting with the big bang and culminating in the appearance of homo sapiens, this experience follows the unfolding of time at 22 million years per second, adhering closely to current scientific understanding. Voiceover by Maurizio Arena Original Narration by Brian Cox, Carl Sagan, and David Attenborough. Original video: Concept, music, editing, sound design, and select VFX by melodysheep. Soundtrack now on bandcamp: In addition to custom footage, this video samples a large library of content from many sources, including NASA, Voyage of Time, Cosmic Voyage, Wonders of the Universe, and more. Learn more about this project at It can be difficult to fathom how long 13.8 billion years is. The more you watch this video, the more it sinks in just how stunningly old the universe is, and how magnificently tiny we humans are in the grand scheme. I hope seeing this experiment in humility makes you ponder the vast, unwitnessed ages that have passed before we came along, and the brevity of our existence in comparison. Every event featured in this video is fascinating on its own, so I highly encourage anybody interested to dig deeper. Start with the Wikipedia page on geologic time and go from there to learn more about all the events featured within. Peace and love, [email protected] Watch the narration-free version here:

8. Delta: The Cosmic Ranger Goes to NASA

Delta: The Cosmic Ranger Goes to NASA

Armstrong Flight Research Center | NASA Delta: The Cosmic Ranger Goes to NASA to learn about the ATom project, talk to NASA scientists, and tour a DC-8 flying laboratory! The ATom mission: A 26-day around the world expedition to study human impact on the atmosphere and troposphere, in an effort collect data specifically related to human impact on climate change. Thank you to NASA, and the Armstrong Flight Research Center in Palmdale! Music: "Wave of Reason" Symphony of Science, by John D. Boswell Music NOT created for this project Produced by Dromebox Labs and Ripple Road Productions

9. Grindhouse Grooves & Exploitation Soundtracks Trailer 2017

Grindhouse Grooves & Exploitation Soundtracks Trailer 2017

Official Trailer A celebration of soundtracks from Grindhouse, Exploitation and low budget films. We are dedicated in sharing some of the coolest and sometimes obscure scores ever committed to film. Here you will hear the likes of Ennio Morricone, Riz Ortolani, Les Baxter, Goblin, John Bernard, Bruno Nicolai, Akira Ifukube, Stelvio Cipriani, John Carpenter, Fabio Frizzi, Simon Boswell, Chuck Cirino, Jay Chattaway, Brian May, Pino Donaggio, Nico Fidenco, KPM, CAM, library music and much much more...! So... crank up the volume, kick back and enjoy the sounds of a past long gone but never forgotten. Trailer music provided by D. Johnson You can check out our Facebook group & Mixcloud channel here "Keeping the Grind groovin...!"

10. Michael Nance - "The Heezy" - Official Music Video

  • Published: 2012-05-18T00:38:43+00:00
  • Duration: 246
  • By Edwards Media
Michael Nance -

Check out Michael Nance's music on iTunes. Special thanks to Even Break Studios & Michael Nance! Created by Edwards Media & Bravo Productions Executive Producer - Vicki Holmes (Even Break Studios) Actress - Doa Directed by Scott Edwards Camera - Scott & Megan Edwards Produced by Christian Sosa & Shawn Leege Gaffer - Nathan Fambro A.D. - John Britt Hair & Makeup - Missy Nyberg Edited by Scott Edwards Crew - Brent Boswell & Sally Sosa Modern home location & furniture provided by Payam Sarabi of Sarabi Studios Thank you to all the wonderful extras!

11. John Newman "Love Me Again" SA fan music video for Virgin Mobile

John Newman

A social-media driven online video for Virgin Mobile starring John Newman fans. We filmed at his concerts in Cape Town and Johannesburg with over 128 participants and this "music video" is the result! A great collaboration with The Embassy, and a fabulous crew: Producer: Stacey Boswell Director: Kate D'hotman Cinematographer: Toby Harris Art Director: Bryce Bowers Editor: Kate D'hotman Agency: The Embassy

12. Fully Alive, Part 4 — Full Service

  • Published: 2016-02-01T17:27:56+00:00
  • Duration: 4296
  • By Providence
Fully Alive, Part 4 — Full Service

"We Can See God's Glory" — John 1:14-18 January 31, 2016 Find out more about Providence and connect with us: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - At Your Name Tim Hughes, Phil Wickham © 2011 Thankyou Music, Phil Wickham Music, Seems Like Music Come Behold the Wondrous Mystery Matt Boswell, Matt Papa, Michael Bleecker © 2012 Bleecker Publishing, McKinney Music, Inc. Jesus Only Jesus Christy Nockels, Nathan Nockels, Matt Redman, Chris Tomlin, Tony Wood © 2013 S. D. G. Publishing, Said And Done Music, sixsteps Music, Sixsteps Songs, Sweater Weather Music, Thankyou Music, Worship Together Music, songs, All Essential Music, Songs From Exit 71 The Stand Joel Houston © 2005 Hillsong Music Publishing Jesus Son Of God Jason Ingram, Matt Maher, Chris Tomlin © 2012 S. D. G. Publishing, Sixsteps Songs, Thankyou Music, Valley Of Songs Music, Worship Together Music, Open Hands Music, So Essential Tunes CCLI #45521 CCS #7375

13. The Future

The Future

Title Sequence for a fictional documentary series based on The Future by Al Gore. A post modern/viral autotune style is used, with found historic footage evoking ideas about the future, the past, and the six critical drivers. Sources date from 1937 to 2016, remixed, with jump cuts and split screens synchronised to a remixed autotune soundtrack of Al Gore. SOURCES Audio by Symphony of Science: Al Gore on Climate Reality, John D. Boswell. 2012. Al Gore at 24 Hours of Reality, The Climate Reality Project. 2011.
 Al Gore’s ‘Future’ Tackles Technology, Global Economy, PBS NewsHour. 2013.
 Al Gore: Studio Session, SciFri. 2013.
 Al Gore Westminster Town Hall Forum, Saint Paul Neighborhood Network. 2013. Al Gore’s Vision of the Future: ‘Our Choice’, ABC News. 2009.
 Apollo Mission, NASA. 1975. 
Atomic Bomb Compilation, ExplosionBros. 2017.
 A Trip to the Planets, Prelinger Archive. 1925.
 Aqua-Frolics, Castle Films. 1950. Black Saturday; The Bombing of London's Docks in World War II, Docklands Museum. 2015.
 Design for Dreaming, MPO Productions, Inc. 1956.
 Die Deutsche Wochenschau 612, Hitler bei Rüstungsfabrik. 1942.
 Forbidden Planet, MGM. 1956.
 Former Vice President Al Gore: Six Drivers of Global Change, 92nd Street Y. 2013. Free and Easy, Handy Jam Organization. 1940.
 Frontiers of the Future, National Industrial Council. 1937. 
GM Motorama Exhibit, MPO Productions, Inc. 1956.
 Hindenburg Disaster, Pathgrams. 1937.
Key to the Future, General Motors. 1956.
 Leave it to Roll-Oh, Handy Jam Organization. 1940. Microscopic Life: The World of the Invisible, Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 1958. New Thinking on the Climate Crisis, TED. 2008.
 Operation Cue, U.S. Federal Civil Defense Administration. 1955. Pop Goes The Weasel, Central Office of Information. 1948. Power To Order, The British Council Film Collection. 1941.
 Stay Safe, Stay Strong: The Facts About Nuclear Weapons, Cinefonics. 1960. Story Without End, Pathescope Pictures. 1950.
The Case for Optimism on Climate Change, TED. 2016.
 Unisphere: Biggest World on Earth, MPO Productions, Inc. 1964. Supplemented with original content by Tamsin Arai Drake.

14. Louisiana Snowblowers

Louisiana Snowblowers

The Louisiana Snowblowers are a Toronto based band.d Douglas John Cameron on guitar and vocals, Sean O'Connor on soprano sax, baritone sax, flute and accordian, Mike Churchill on drums and Russ Boswell on Bass. Footage shot at Toronto's Cadillac Lounge.

15. Experimental Animation Final

  • Published: 2015-12-09T18:36:06+00:00
  • Duration: 99
  • By R Zagar
Experimental Animation Final

Final video for my Experimental Animation class. I focused on pixel animation for this project, as it's a style I really love, but I've never had the chance to try before. Long story short, this is supposed to be the inside of my brain, featuring all the dingus stuff I think about. The music is "Mr. Rodgers Remixed / Garden of Your Mind" by PBS Digital Studios, Remixed by John D. Boswell. You can find it here:

16. Fifth Annual Boswell Lecture: 2012

  • Published: 2012-05-01T22:39:33+00:00
  • Duration: 5003
  • By CLGS
Fifth Annual Boswell Lecture: 2012

Orlando Espín, Th.D., Professor of Systematic Theology in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of San Diego and Co-Coordinator of the CLGS Latino/a Roundtable, delivered the fifth annual John E. Boswell Lecture on Tuesday evening, April 24, 2012, titled, "“Who is Human? – The Subversive Question at the Heart of Christianity." Christians claim that God definitively revealed Godself in and as a human life. Christians also claim that the most crucial moral imperative is to love one's fellow human beings because they are human. Therefore, to ask, “who is human?” is an inescapably subversive question at the heart of Christianity. This question addresses the scandalous Christian claim regarding God, and it establishes the dignity of humanness as the foundation of all ethics and the rights of humans as the non-negotiable moral "line in the sand."