Admittedly, we’re a little obsessed with time-lapse videos. They cram what is likely months of work into a stunning, fast-paced work. But we’re especially obsessed when they capture landscapes as lush and exotic as Portugal’s.
Drink 2-3 cups of coffee a day and don’t have a ruinous diet? Studies show you’ll live longer than those who don’t and decrease the likelihood of contracting Type-2 Diabetes. Watch on…
Throughout the Ferguson riots, we’ve heard from journalists, activists and–after some significant delays–the police. But the voices of teenagers, those whose ages render them closest to the now-deceased Mike Brown, have certainly been missing. People at Transient Pictures have followed some of these teens in the wake of the killing and riots, documenting the questions they’ve raised since, how they’ve tried to cope with such a loss and broader issues of race, security and their place in it all.
Watch this. Share this. Talk about this.
For more photos of the riots in Missouri, check out our gallery.
Jonathan Novick gives us a rare insight into dwarfism–and not the kind of “rare insights” that appear nightly on TLC–in this short-length documentary, “Don’t Look Down on Me”. Novick has been living in the city for a little over a year now, and while the experience has been good in general, some of the encounters he’s had have been incredibly frustrating. With the help of a button cam, he shows us how.
No, your mother isn’t just being a nag. While slapping on sunscreen might not make you the coolest person at the beach, it will save you from the horror that so many in this video have experienced when they take a look at their mug through a UV camera.