How an African American newspaper editor led a movement against the racist film
A visual portrait of JFK after the announcement of the travel ban
The French existentialists used to be close companions. What happened?
How one man's meticulous snow level records became proof of climate change
How one Irishman uses 10,000-year-old turf to prepare fish from the Wild Atlantic Way
CKDu has killed tens of thousands of people in the last decade. This short film illustrates a portion of its scale and scope.
In an exclusive excerpt from The Witness, Kitty Genovese's brother gets close to confronting her murderer.
The short film He Who Dances on Wood is a soliloquy on the joy of dance.
Twelve artists collaborate to create a short animation on the origins of the popular cheer.
“I can’t believe that the greatest country on earth, the best two people they can muster are these two individuals.”
A Shoshone elder's recollections from a long life
A video essay on the future of urbanization
A new documentary explores how governments will bury toxic materials in the distant future.
Inside one Norwegian geophysicist’s plan to give Finland a massive peak for its 100th birthday
A documentary follows a campaign to ordain women in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
This unique film animates more than 600 photos and videos from around the Big Apple.
A short film from the Harris Tweed Authority looks at how the sought-after Scottish cloth is woven by hand.
In a boat ride along the polluted Passaic in New Jersey, a captain explains how it got this way.
Michelle Smith just graduated from the Perkins School for the Blind. Now, she's on a quest to navigate work, sex, and relationships.
In a one-woman show, an Indian American actress reconciles her cultural identity with the pain of a past experience.