Video Album

One or more downloadable video(s) for online viewing

"It's a chance to see just what you're made of"

The citizens of Joplin, Missouri (USA) were treated to an afternoon of knights in armor recently when members of the Shire of Crystal Mynes presented a demo. Bonney Bowman of FourStates.com has the story. (video)

Lochac Midwinter 2010 Coronation photos online

Eleanor Hall from the Barony of Ildhafn in the Kingdom of Lochac reports that she has posted an album of photos from the recent Midwinter Coronation. The event took place in Auckland, New Zealand. Video is also available on YouTube.

SCA wins fans in Thailand

Ii Toonishinokami Katsumori of the Palatine Barony of the Far West offers a report on a recent demo held in the Incipient Canton of Golden Playne, Thailand. (video)

SCAdian filmmaker debuts film

Indie filmmaker and SCA member Dana Elise recently premiered her new film set in the "fantasy middle ages." Cagin of Chrysaint debuted June 26, 2010 at the Petal Civic Center in Petal, Mississippi. (video)

Tobias Capwell, scholar and warrior

On the Order of the Crescent website, Dr. Tobias Capwell, Curator of Arms and Armor at The Wallace Collection (UK), says that he can't remember a time when he wasn't interested in the Middle Ages. Now he is a worldwide authority on late period armor and an internationally-known jouster.

"Living the Dream" at Baronial Border War

Jon Szerlag of the Ionia Sentinel-Standard (Ionia, Michigan) got an up-close and personal view of the SCA when he attended the recent Baronial Border War XXVII at Bertha Brock Park. Szerlag's article and video are available online. (video)

Fabric War Melee immortalized in video

Godfrey von Rheinfels has posted a video of the climatic Fabric War Melee, which took place in the Barony of Sun Dragon, Kingdom of Atenveldt, on June 19th, 2010.

"Winning - and dying well" in Caid

Alex Goldsmith, Sports Director at Annenberg TV News in Southern California, visited the SCA's Pink Ribbon Rally event and posted a video on YouTube.

Titus Scipio Germanicus new Crown Prince of the West

Megan reports that Titus Scipio Germanicus was the victor of the June 2010 Crown Tournament in the Kingdom of the West. His Highness was inspired by Arianwen ferch Morgan.

12 new Northshield videos on YouTube

Viscountess Elashava bas Riva reports that she has posted 12 new videos on her ShavaSue website on YouTube.

West Kingdom Crown Tourney videos online

Aeschine reports that she has posted a number of videos from the March 2010 Crown Tourney in the Kingdom of the West. The videos are available on YouTube.

The Middle Ages' favorite corn chip

Filmmaker, actor, and student at the University of Hertfordshire, Josh Bower recently submitted his own version of snacking in the Middle Ages in an online Doritos ad contest. (video)

"Living history and experimental archaeology" in Tuscaloosa, AL

Residents of Tuscaloosa, Alabama got a taste of the Middle Ages recently at a demo sponsored by the Shire of Okeborne Keep, where they learned about combat, pottery and blacksmithing. Brian Reynolds of the Tuscaloosa News has the story. (video)

Tournament of Friends II photos and videos online

Lord Alain de La Rochelle shares photos and video from Tournament of Friends II which took place recently in the Kingdom of Atlantia.

"Living by the sword" in the Channel Islands

SCA at Foire de Jersey 2006, a promotional video produced by Novantus, showcases fighting in the SCA. The film was shot at an event in Drachenwald in 2006. Music by Vega.

PBS series traces history of weapons

Warrior Weapons, a new four-part series on PBS, focusses on the evolution of weapons and armor and tactics from ancient times to the present.

Hit List 2010 videos online

Izza bint Amat al-Rahman reports that armored combat videos from Hit List 2010 are now available to view on YouTube. The event took place in the Kingdom of Meridies.

House goes medieval

Fans of both the SCA and the Fox TV series House will be pleased with episode 17 of season 6, "Knight Fall," which begins with a battle at a Renaissance Festival.

Taylor Mali remembers a student warrior

Teacher Taylor Mali talks about a Viking ship class project and a special seventh-grader who died like a Viking warrior. The video is available on YouTube.

Photos and video of historic knightings in Oertha

Masheli has created an album of photos from the recent knightings of Kennric Maur, Viresse de Lighthaven, and Soren j'Alborg in the Principality of Oertha, Kingdom of the West. Video of the knightings is also available on YouTube.

"The Modern Medieval" premieres on YouTube

Sir Gemini of the West Kingdom reports that he has a webshow entitled The Modern Medieval "that explores and explains medieval combat, arts and sciences, the concept of chivalry and how it applies in the modern day."

Video of Drachenwald's Spring 2010 Crown Tourney

Vitus reports that he has posted video from the Kingdom of Drachenwald's Spring 2010 Crown Tournament.

Pictures of Northshield Coronation posted

Viscountess Elashava bas Riva of the Kingdom of Northshield shares photos, video and memories from the recent Spring 2010 Coronation.

KIIITV News meets the SCA in Corpus Christi

A reporter from KIIITV News in Corpus Christi, Texas met members of the Shire of Seawinds (Kingdom of Ansteorra) for a lesson in armored combat, SCA-style. (video)

"Demise of Meridies Royals" video on YouTube

Izza bint Amat al-Rahman, Reeve for the Shire of Arenal, has posted a video from the recent Coronation in the Kingdom of Meridies, including "the death of the royal entourage." The video is available on YouTube.

Precious Cambridge manuscript collection now online

The entire Parker library, a collection of Anglo-Saxon manuscripts at Corpus Christi College of Cambridge University, has been made accessible online. Librarian Suzanne Paul narrates a video tour of the collection's highlights.

The Battle of 6th Street

Cars drove a little more slowly on 6th Street in Great Falls, Montana, as they goggled at members of the Shire of Stan Wyrm, Kingdom of Artemisia, practicing their armored combat moves. David Sherman of KRTV News has the story. (photos & video)

Videos from Gulf Wars XIX

Giacomo Falcone of the Kingdom of Gleann Abhann reports that he has posted seven videos from the recent Gulf Wars XIX on YouTube.

National Geographic Channel to air program on Staffordshire Hoard

On Sunday April 25, 2010, the National Geographic Channel will repeat Lost Gold of the Dark Ages, a program on the discovery of the Staffordshire Hoard, the amazing golden treasure found recently in the English Midlands.

Creating medieval magic in Maine

For the children of Bangor, Maine, the Middle Ages came to life recently as members of the Shire of Endewearde (East Kingdom) created a magical, medieval world at the Maine Discovery Museum. Reporter Meg Haskell, of the Bangor Daily News, spoke with both re-enactors and their mesmerized guests. (photo & video)