R. Crumb + Computer Technology = Animation

Los Angeles Review of Books put together this engaging short doc about the illustrations of R. Crumb. Crumb, best known for his cartoons from the 70s, collaborated with a Belgian artist to make his work come to life using computer…

Deepwater Horizon: In Their Own Words

Words presents the harrowing story of how a crew of oil rig workers escaped a massive fire in the Gulf of Mexico. (Source: NatGeo)

Pimp Interview with ‘Big Memphis’

Soft White Underbelly interview and portrait of Big Memphis, a pimp in Memphis, Tennessee. (Source: Big White Soft Underbelly)

‘GOD’S ANGRY MAN’ from Werner Herzog

A TV movie produced by acclaimed director Werner Herzog, best known for “Grizzly Man” (2005) and many other fantastic documentaries. This 1981 documentary film is about Gene Scott, a U.S. pastor and Stanford PhD who served for almost fifty years…

How Skateboarding, Surfing and Climbing Became Olympic Sports

Lifestyle fads have evolved into some of the world’s fastest-growing sports. Now they are to debut on the world’s biggest stage – the Olympic Games. Step inside the journey of three new sports born on the fringes of society –…

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