• Undeveloped World War II Film Discovered

    From the 2015 video description: The Rescued Film Project discovers and processes 31 rolls of film shot by an American WWII soldier over 70 years ago. Incredibly, The Rescued Film Project still operates to this day. Remarkable non-profit organization. Consider donating to their cause if you can!

  • All Movies are Connected

    All Movies are Connected

    @ignmontalvo makes wonderful, dare I say powerful visual essays. His account on Vimeo is full of treasures. I found his account only after someone shared with me Netflix Film: Looking. His older upload, is an oldie but a goodie:

  • Joywave’s, “Obsession” music video features incredible fictional movie title screens

    Joywave’s, “Obsession” music video features incredible fictional movie title screens

    An homage to a century of filmmaking. The Video was created and produced by Laura Gorun Cooper Roussel & Dimitri Basil

  • Treasures in the Trash

    Treasures in the Trash

    One city’s trash, is everyones treasure.

  • Every New York Times Frontpage Since 1852

    If you know me personally, you know how much I love The Times. It’s a wonderful newspaper I fell in love with in college. I’ve consistently held a subscription in one form or another since then. It has prestige, integrity and a wide breadth of reporting. From real estate musings, to the incredible science pieces.…

  • Where Are All the Bob Ross Paintings?

    Probably one of the most uplifting, succinct, emotionally touching and truly thoughtful piece of video journalism I’ve seen in 2019. Bob Ross has touched just about everyone on planet Earth. Nearly three decades after his untimely death in 1995, everyone seems to want to know — where are all the Bob Ross paintings now?

  • (Life) While Traveling

    (Life) While Traveling

    This Staff Pick hit me right in the feelers. It’s a short film from Joan Bosch (he/him), a Spanish filmmaker “based between Madrid and Barcelona.” From the short film’s description on Vimeo: “(Life) While Traveling” is a short film about the way we look to the world when we travel. It’s about colors, shapes, textures…

  • Three Persons, Two Cities, One Feeling

    Three Persons, Two Cities, One Feeling

    From IndieWire: Once upon a time, filmmakers Spike Jonze and Sofia Coppola were married. While fitting the dreams of film hipster heaven, their marriage ended long before the Internet could freak out about their seemingly perfect union, not unlike the way it did during the twee super marriage of Death Cab For Cutie’s Ben Gibbard and Zoe Deschanel (it, too, didn’t last). “It’s not…