How a fake newspaper is turning into a real media empire
It blurs the lines between conventional art, theatrical performance, and narrative storytelling.
"In other parts of the world you have new, modern things. But the old things, I think, are more important."
Living on a beach in Norway is "like being in a fairy tale."
A 63-year-old explains her love of the sport. "It's cold. Every time I get in, it's cold."
A filmmaker animated hundreds of still photographs to create this Big Apple flip book
"The film is a cycle of twenty drawings. The same paper is filmed, pages one through twenty, over and over again."
"I don't know where this stuff belongs. It's not quite right in a toy store. It doesn't fit in a traditional art gallery either."
A short documentary about the Harlem Honeys and Bears, a synchronized swimming team for seniors
Houshi Ryokan was founded in the year 718. A millennium later, it's one of the oldest family businesses in the world.
For 43 years, Cleveland Kerr has worked on a golf course. This is what he's learned.
The Los Angeles Public Library discovered thousands of vintage maps in a reclusive collector's home.
How three puppeteers brought the iconic Star Wars villain to life
"It's outrageous what's on TV. It looks like that man is in charge of the country."
Dravet Syndrome is a severe form of epilepsy that affects children. Could marijuana oils alleviate their seizures?
"My main objective was to be a jazz-playing clown. That kind of worked out."
A short documentary about a San Francisco designer who doesn't own a cellphone, and a teenager who can't imagine life without hers.
This wildly inventive short film blends light art, stop-motion photography, and skate tricks.
A reclusive artist built this idealized suburb to grapple with his painful childhood memories. "Elgin Park is never a lonely place for me," he says.
A Spanish artist made a hyper-realistic sculpture of Francisco Franco—and then the story got weird.
In this short film, a young soldier fights to survive an ambush in a hostile war zone.