Sight & Sound has released its annual poll of which essays different video makers loved most. Here are some of the highlights.
The “Clean with Me” video genre pits our deep need to connect against the pressures that come with sharing the intimacies of one’s life.
Under quarantine, everyone from Justin Bieber to Dua Lipa has had to adjust to conveying intimacy to online audiences.
Curator Cydnii Wilde Harris highlights some of her favorite works in the Black Lives Matter Video Essay Playlist.
The podcast Well There’s Your Problem takes a wry leftist look at engineering disasters throughout history.
Seeing what professionals do when forced to downgrade is an interesting case study in creativity under constraint.
Tribeca, Cannes, Sundance, and Toronto, are among the festivals collaborating on the upcoming We Are One: A Global Film Festival.
Check out video essays and shorts about making terrariums, the history of the Seattle Mariners, and more.
While we all self-isolate at home, we thought we’d share what movies, shows, and other things we’ve been watching to keep ourselves entertained.
During the ’70s and ’80s, Sanders produced educational materials about labor issues and history. In 1979, he directed a short documentary about his political hero, which is available on YouTube.
YouTube dress historian Bernadette Banner talks to Hyperallergic about slowing down and putting oneself in the mindset of the past.
In Charlottesville: The True Alt-Right, creator “Shaun” lays out a recreation of the deadly 2017 event in Virginia with a precision only possible through social media documentation.