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Cinematic Enlightenment: The Auteurs Project
Cinematic Enlightenment: The Auteurs Project

The long tail of film culture, or why content curation really is the future of everything.

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Short Film Spotlight: Synesthesia
Short Film Spotlight: Synesthesia

Edible records, cookable books and a generous serving of delicious art direction.

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Wego Motel: Soap
Wego Motel: Soap

What a motel has to do with Taiwanese soap and the reputation of the ad industry.

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RiP: A Remix Manifesto
RiP: A Remix Manifesto

Why you’re an outlaw just by reading this, or how the era we live in will change creative culture forever.

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We Got Time: Hand-Illustration Meets In-Camera Animation Magic
We Got Time: Hand-Illustration Meets In-Camera Animation Magic

What a French invention from 1877 has to do with superb modern animation.

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Street Art: From All Sides & Five Continents
Street Art: From All Sides & Five Continents

The urban anthropology of creativity, or why copyright law is a sad case study in swimming against the cultural current.

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Independent Film Spotlight: Future Weather
Independent Film Spotlight: Future Weather

How a 13-year-old is giving Al Gore a run for his money, or why indie is alive and well.

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Animation Spotlight: The Chimney Sweep
Animation Spotlight: The Chimney Sweep

What a paper airplane has to do with the quiet art of being human.

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Beautiful Connections: The Art of Conversation
Beautiful Connections: The Art of Conversation

The color of conversation, 6 million colors, and why Flash is more antisocial than your misanthropic uncle.

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Collaborative Cinema: The Hunt for Gollum
Collaborative Cinema: The Hunt for Gollum

The new age of cinema has officially arrived.

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