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The Botany of Desire: Michael Pollan Explores Big Agriculture
The Botany of Desire: Michael Pollan Explores Big Agriculture

Cannabis, tulips and what a potato has to do with our sense of entitlement.

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The Real Godfather: Il Divo
The Real Godfather: Il Divo

Scorsese meets Coppola, or what the Vatican has to do with assassination conspiracies.

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Smells Like Modern Art: Six Scents Series Two
Smells Like Modern Art: Six Scents Series Two

What cognitive psychology has to do with experimental film and the smell of roses.

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Indie Music Meets Indie Film: First Days of Spring
Indie Music Meets Indie Film: First Days of Spring

What a red Beetle has to do with the future of the music industry.

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Seafood Sexytime: Isabella Rossellini’s Green Porno 3
Seafood Sexytime: Isabella Rossellini’s Green Porno 3

What Pizza Neapolitana has to do with orgies and the future of the oceans.

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Best Albums of October
Best Albums of October

A whale, a 5-year wait, and imagining Amy Winehouse as a happy person.

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One Fast Move Or I’m Gone: Kerouac’s Big Sur
One Fast Move Or I’m Gone: Kerouac’s Big Sur

What literary genius has to do with indie music icons, a cabin, and San Francisco.

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SnagFilms: Democratizing Documentaries
SnagFilms: Democratizing Documentaries

What the Arctic Circle has to do with the Bush administration and the lifecycle of rock ‘n’ roll.

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Short Film Spotlight: Greenpeace Global Voices
Short Film Spotlight: Greenpeace Global Voices

What the streets of Delhi have to do with the halls of Copenhagen.

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The Art of Pixar Short Films
The Art of Pixar Short Films

Birds, toys, or what the history of computing has to do with the creative legacy of our time.

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