The title “Sun Worship” was already taken — my penalty for leaving the internets to themselves for a week.
The Transition Region and Coronal Explorer (TRACE) is a solar telescope satellite launched in 1998. Their website has images and footage — hundreds of gigabytes of high resolution footage — of flares, filaments, and various other active regions. There are individual videos as large as 4GB, so if you’re serious about checking this out, I recommend downloading the DVD disc images which are better organized and have lower resolution clips. You can play the discs with VLC, referring back to the full-res archives if something peaks your interest.