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NASA Remembers Neil Armstrong in a Moving Short Film
NASA Remembers Neil Armstrong in a Moving Short Film

A loving tribute to the first man on the moon.

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Beautiful Stop-Motion Animated Film About the Progression of Alzheimer’s
Beautiful Stop-Motion Animated Film About the Progression of Alzheimer’s

A textured, tactile journey of abstraction.

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Stanley Kubrick on Fear, Mortality, and the Purpose of Life: A Rare 1968 Playboy Interview
Stanley Kubrick on Fear, Mortality, and the Purpose of Life: A Rare 1968 Playboy Interview

“However vast the darkness, we must supply our own light.”

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How a Bicycle Is Made
How a Bicycle Is Made

All you ever wondered about how handlebars are bent, why mudguards exist, and where lubricant comes from.

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<em>North</em>: How a Small Arctic Town Became a Global Epicenter of Climate Science
North: How a Small Arctic Town Became a Global Epicenter of Climate Science

A cinematic history of climate change by way of the North Pole.

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Loren Kantor’s Stark Woodcuts of Legendary Actors and Film Classics
Loren Kantor’s Stark Woodcuts of Legendary Actors and Film Classics

A black-and-white homage to classic cinema.

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How Alfred Hitchcock Changed One Boy’s Life
How Alfred Hitchcock Changed One Boy’s Life

“Many times it takes such a spark as this to help a youngster out of his shell and on the road to confidence.”

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Bill Plympton’s Quirky Animated Guides to Kissing and Lovemaking
Bill Plympton’s Quirky Animated Guides to Kissing and Lovemaking

“Here’s to every him and miss who loves a pure and sunny kiss.”

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The Family That Dwelt Apart: Lovely Vintage Animated Film Based on an E. B. White Short Story
The Family That Dwelt Apart: Lovely Vintage Animated Film Based on an E. B. White Short Story

Misadventures in happy isolation.

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Epilogue: Book-Lovers on the Future of Print
Epilogue: Book-Lovers on the Future of Print

“The central role of the bookseller is curatorial and….the intervening years have increased that role in terms of importance.”

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