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  1. Extra Terrestrial


    from Ben Russell Liked

    (11:00, video, color, sound, 2004) “A deadpan video art reworking of 1982's highest-grossing movie, EXTRA TERRESTRIAL peels away layers of sentimental narrative goo from its source, exposing…

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    • Ghost of Penn Past


      from Ben Stamper Liked

      The original Pennsylvania Station (1910-1963) was widely regarded as a masterpiece of the Beaux-Arts style and an architectural wonder of NYC. On the eve of the building’s 50th birthday, The…

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      • Lillian's Story : In Color


        from NPR Liked 951 32 1

        Lillian Yonally was one of the few women with a camera during her WASP service from May 1943 to December 1944. Her color photographs offer a rare glimpse into the short-lived program and the female…

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        • MANAKAMANA - A new film from the Sensory Ethnography Lab


          from Sensory Ethnography Lab Liked

          High above a jungle in Nepal, pilgrims make an ancient journey by cable car to worship Manakamana. Directed by Stephanie Spray and Pacho Velez Produced by Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna…

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          • Paris Underground


            from NPR Liked 94.9K 323 9

            Paris, City of Light, really is a tale of two cities. One of them is above ground, with its beloved Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame. That's the city the world sees. And then there's the city…

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            • Photographer John Moore on 'Epic' Libya Battles, Arab World Revolutions


              from Mike Fritz Liked 127K 2,399 138

              Read the profile: http://to.pbs.org/fudCZe Photographer John Moore is no stranger to combat. As a member of an Associated Press team in 2005, he shared a Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography…

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              • Splitscreen: A Love Story


                from James W Griffiths Liked 3.7M 36.7K 803

                Shot entirely on the Nokia N8 mobile phone. Winner of the Nokia Shorts competition 2011. Director: James W Griffiths Producer: Kurban Kassam Director of Photography: Christopher Moon Editor:…

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                • The Truth About Grass-Fed Beef: NPR's Tiny Desk KItchen


                  from NPR Liked 2,632 29 3

                  A decade ago, there were fewer than 50 grass-fed cattle operations in the U.S. Now there are thousands. Clearly people are eating this meat. Trendiness aside, NPR's Allison Aubrey asks: Is grass-fed…

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                  • The Voyagers


                    from Penny Lane Liked 139K 1,624 109

                    A short film about two small spacecraft, an epic journey, taking risks and falling in love. Also Carl Sagan. You can read an interview with Penny Lane about this film on The Atlantic's website:…

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                    • The Well: Covering Capitol Hill


                      from Chris Gregory Liked 52.1K 593 47

                      A rare glimpse into the way press photographers cover the politicians of the United States Congress and the problems they face. Leading political photographers in Washington talk about the perills…

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                      • Witness to the End, Photographer Reflects on Vietnam


                        from Mike Fritz Liked 2,345 29 3

                        Thirty-five years ago, White House photographer David Hume Kennerly knew he was on the verge of capturing a historic moment. President Gerald Ford had convened an emergency meeting of the National…

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