Artists. Musicians. Makers. Curiosities. An ongoing selection of our favorite films online.
Lobster is the lifeblood of many Nova Scotia fishing communities, where the world’s largest tides dictate the daily catch.
An old theater is returned to its former glory and plays host to Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile.
Exploring the dangerous work of Canary Island climbers who tap trees for ‘honey’.
“The most successful thing I do is how I live. I really mean that. Vert quiet. Very uncomplicated.
See inside the Ohio factory where workers build the iconic trailers.
Discovering a warm comfort food created by the Acadiens that sticks to your ribs.
Thoughts from Alan Watts to help us ease into 2018.
In appreciation of a master satarist and illustrator.
With a machine called an MPC3000
The line between art and surf blurs during Autumn in Maine.
A fantastic look and great brewery.
Richard Branson just made an artificial reef out of an 80-foot metal octupus.
Vibraphonist Chris Dingman performs his original composition “Ali” and discusses what drew him to the Vibes.
One reason for all that Leica love.
A beautiful mini "flip-book" of New York made of over 600 photographs.
The album review is dead. Long live music explainer #content.
It does not get better than this cafe road racer.
Martin Parr's mini doc about the classic candy factory making sweets and doing business they way they always have.
The one thing you really must do in New York.
A new film reveals the manufacturing process of the new Brooklyn based eyewear company.
The latest from Jungles in Paris
A productive winter in New Hampshire.
The making of Harris Tweed.
Fixing analog cameras for 60 years and still going strong.
Rhode Island-based Louis Sauzedde is a sort of a modern day Bob Ross - a master of his craft who teaches as he creates.