Some exciting things to stream right now include a half-hour monologue on masculinity and abuse, a look at the difficulties of building public housing, and a survey of all the weird and wonderful Simpsons fan creations.
Some exciting things to stream right now include a video essay on Unbreakable, “The right way to kill a fish,” and a look at the club kids of Chengdu, China.
SB Nation’s Jon Bois brings a singular style to his video storytelling.
Some exciting things to stream right now include “The IMAX of the 1890s,” a video essay on My Own Private Idaho, and “How Silent Films Invented the Soundtrack.”
This week, in our ongoing series on the best recent documentaries, we also highlight shorts about video games, reflecting the close relationship between YouTube and gaming.
Some of the most intriguing nonfiction film work being done today isn’t coming out in any theater or on a dedicated VOD platform, but on video sharing websites.
In the series called Franklin we watch a city get built over time, beginning centuries back and then evolving in a way which mirrors the growth of many real American cities.
In Searching, a man begins scouring his daughter’s computer and social media presence after she goes missing.