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Ken Jacobs: A Pioneer of Avant-Garde Film
In this short film, we profile on Ken Jacobs, a central figure in post-war experimental cinema and the American film avant-garde movement of the 1960s and '70s. From his first films of the late 1950s to his recent experiments with digital video, his investigations and innovations have influenced countless artists.
Fast and Light to Pluto
On July 14th, 2015 the New Horizons spacecraft will zip past Pluto and its five known moons. Nobody really knows what it will find. The pictures coming back from Pluto are still a bit fuzzy. But just wait.
What's it like to meet a cinematic master? This short film from the TIFF Film Festival, Alan Cumming recounts his quirky encounter auditioning for and working with the legendary cinematic master Stanley Kubrick. Official Site: tiff.net/the-review/reframed-alan-cumming-meets-stanley-kubrick/
A New Story Told at Ground Zero
Part 3 of The New York Times coverage of the National September 11 Memorial Museum.
View the full interactive experience here: nytimes.com/interactive/2014/05/14/arts/design/September-11-Memorial-Museum.html
Better, Weirder, More Human
A short film highlighting how community matters to the MailChimp brand and spotlighting the non-profit's they have invested in. Official site: www.mailchimp.com/about/investor-relations/
Dark Oceans: Surveying Saturn's Moons
Where there is water, is there life? The New York Times presents a short documentary about Saturn's moons and how NASA's Cassini spacecraft has changed our understanding of liquid water in the outer solar system.