- 2008 Clay Research Conference
- William Dunham public lecture | HQ
- Marcus du Sautoy public lecture | HQ
These videos document the Institute's landmark Paris millennium event which took place on May 24-25, 2000, at the Collège de France. On this occasion, CMI unveiled the "Millennium Prize Problems," seven mathematical quandaries that have long resisted solution. The announcement in Paris honored the 100-year anniversary of David Hilbert's apress of 1900 to the International Congress of Mathematicians in Paris, in which he outlined 23 mathematics problems that set the tone for much 20th century mathematical research.
A musical fantasy inspired by Andrew Wiles and his encounter with Fermat's Last Theorem. The Clay Mathematics Institute offers a VHS tape as well as a (higher quality) DVD disk of Fermat's Last Tango to the general public at cost. This package includes a video recording of the play, a video of an interview with Andrew Wiles in May 2000, and a pamphlet both about the production and about the history of Fermat's Last Theorem.