I'm so glad I found this! I'm always looking to add to my short video collection!
I have a couple recommendations:
Just for Laughs TV:https://www.youtube.com/user/JustForLaughsTV/videos?view=0
This is a comedy show produced in Canada (Quebec I believe). No words spoken at anytime so easy to understand and my kids find it hilarious! There is a kids version which may be safer for those of you on the Elementary level; I accidentally played a video with a man clad on in his underwear that kind of scandalized my Grade 4 girls.
Music Videos featuring OK Go:https://www.youtube.com/artist/ok-go/videos
The two favorites are the "White Knuckles" and "This Too Shall Pass" videos. Watch them and you''ll see why. What's most fascinating is that the videos are shot without any cuts - just one long continuous shot. When my CT told the students, they were very impressed.
Not sure if this was mentioned, but I recommend Keep Vid
for downloading videos off YouTube. http://keepvid.com/
This is handy for me because the internet in my classroom can lag and I'm constantly fighting to turn off off the advertising that pops up with each vid. I can also download the higher quality version of these vids so it looks nice on the big screen in my room. I've also given copies of these vids to my CTs so they can use them in their after school programs if needed. And there's nothing wrong with showing some of these vids to students multiple times since they seem to enjoy them so much.
At the moment, I'm trying to find a way to incorporate some of the videos with lessons so they get some English out of it and not just entertainment.