My favorite art videos are animations of abstract works by my favorite artist, Kandinsky. You can see this one or this one.
One of the greatest short films ever made, Jan Svankmajer's 1966 Punch and Judy (Coffin Maker) is available to be seen, and everyone should view it. To me, this is one of the greatest commentaries on the vanities of this life. Greed and jealousy are lampooned, and this material world is portrayed as deeply disturbing and yet somehow tragic and funny. Any Baha'i who knows the about Baha'u'llah's youth cannot forget how He too was inspired by a puppet play when He saw the great Shah puppet thrown in a box after the show.
In the Lawhu'r-Ra'is, Baha'u'llah announced as his aim the unification of the peoples of the world. In the Persian Lawh-i Ra'is, written upon his arrival in Akka and also addressed to Ali Pasha, Baha'u'llah compares the ephemeral pomp and circumstance of the Ottoman court to the elaborate puppet shows he saw as a child at court in Tehran, at the end of which the royal puppets in all their finery were unceremoniously packed into a trunk. - Juan Cole