This touches on an interesting issue, about which I'll have to do some thinking and writing-- rather than just reacting and plowing on through. When I first envisioned -- and planned the sequence of videos for this Existentialist Philosophy and Literature course, thirty-five or at most forty one-hour videos seemed like the likely cutoff point. I'm already at twenty-nine videos (thirty if you count the still-to-be-uploaded Nietzsche video I shot last night), and have yet to shoot any on a number of authors -- Shestov, Jaspers, Marcel, Kafka, De Beauvoir, just to name a few -- and there's many more yet to add on Heidegger, Rilke, Sartre,and Camus. So, clearly this course is going to have to assume a quite different structure and configuration than originally intended -- exactly what, I'm not sure.
In any case, although I've yet to to record the majority of the lectures on Jean-Paul Sartre's writings, I can nevertheless offer four so far. I think one of the best places to start with understanding Sartre, and his views about Existentialism, is his popular lecture, "Existentialism Is a Humanism
There's also three videos about literary works which in some way emblemize or embody Sartre's existentialist philosophy -- experimentally, experientially, through narrative, character, dialogue, as well as detailed, stylistically superb phenomenological descriptions and metaphysical excurses.