A very good overview of the development of Khmer architecture and statuary given by Helen Jessup as part of the Aspects of Angkor series of lectures at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington
The sixth episode in this series looks at the way photography has been commodified, just like modern art in general has.
This week’s episode looks at the way photographers found their own terrain on the streets of the cities, the highways and beaches of the post-war world.
The second documentary in this BBC series examines the various movements that arose in photography in the first half of the 20th century by focusing on some of the representative workers in the field.
This is the first in a series of documentaries tracing the evolution and the various uses of photography, and how it has changed the way we see the world, with some wonderful early examples of the technique.
In the second series of films about radical ecological architecture we move from the States to see how it is being implemented around the world.
A series of radical films made all over the world about new ideas in building and community, and how we move away from the mess we have only recently created.
A series of videos on the philosophy, art and culture of Buddhism in India by the renowned historian and photographer Benoy K Behl covering the Stupa, cave monasteries and later developments in the Himalayan Region.
Here is an animated video in the sumi-e style of painting. The film is inspired by Toaist thought and includes drawing of the Yin and Yang symbols as well as the I-ching.