I know of two good mathematics videos available online, namely:
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All the talks of Atiyah 80+
The famous proof of the snake lemma in the 1980's movie It's my turn (can be found on utube).
Marcus du-Sautoy's lecture - Music of The Prime Numbers, is a very nice popular talk about prime numbers
The amazing patterns that turn up in piece-wise isometries, like circles dancing in a rhomb:
'Selmer Ranks of Elliptic Curves in Families of Quadratic Twists' by Karl Rubin
The first Minerva Lecture by Jean-Pierre Serre at Princeton in Fall 2012 is online. There were two other lectures, and they did videotape them, but I can't find them online.
Any video on
is a true masterpiece, and has a non-trivial mathematical content...
is a video made by a student in the school of arichitecture using pov-ray is about algebraic surfaces and how they "deform"
there are a few more animations at the following url
they are part of on-going project about the visualization of mathematics (being developed by group of mathematicians and architects)
Documentary about infinite and its implications in mathematics (BBC)
As usual, Gregory Chaitin on the history of logic
Another one about logic and artificial intelligence
I am not sure if this will qualify as math exactly, but it's amazing nonetheless. It is a film with Richard Feynman called "Feynman: Take the wold from another point of view". Here is part 1
I make some maths videos at home,Here is an English video:Visible Fibre Bundle
maybe that can help some begginners.
All my maths vedios at my blog here,thirty courses of communtative algebra and I prepare to make much more in the future,but as you seen,most of them are Chinese(中文）,because I can not say much English.
So much maths video in http://nptel.ac.in/ National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning
I know of some youtube channels with good content. The last two link are not strictly pure math, but still worth a look.
Institut Henri Poincaré: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrKGv5WY5ryaIXEmnxKVxOQ
Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques (IHÉS) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4R1IsRVKs_qlWKTm9pT82Q
Simons Institute: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW1C2xOfXsIzPgjXyuhkw9g
Discrete Integrable Systems at Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences
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