Chogyam Trungpa would have been 75 years old now.
For a rich wealth of Trungpa materials - see here (Shambhala), here (the Chronicles Project) and here (the Chogyam Trungpa Legacy Project)
not forgetting his pivotal role in establishing "the first fully-accredited Buddhist-inspired university in America" - Naropa
A selection from Johanna Demetrakas' 2011 documentary - Crazy Wisdom - The Life and Times of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche may be viewed here
Here's, on the occasion of his birthday, footage of Trungpa, from 1975 - Surrendering Your Aggression
http://chronicleproject.com/CTRlibrary/Tibetan_Buddhist_path.html more video (and audio) lectures are available here on the Chronicles site.
Shambhala released The Collected Works of Chogyam Trunpa Rinpoche (edited by Carolyn Rose Gimian) in eight individual volumes.
Carolyn Rose Gimian also collaborated with Diana J Mukpo (Trungpa's wife - they married when she was a mere sixteen) on her revealing, candid and intimate memoir, Dragon Thunder.
By the way, this weekend (Sunday March 2nd) sees the start of the Tibetan New Year, Shambhala Day or Losar, auspicious, we hope - goodbye to the Year of the Water Snake!, hello to the Year of the Wood Horse!