This week in the magazine, Ian Frazier writes about Theo Jansen, a Dutch artist who makes kinetic sculptures that walk on the beach called Strandbeests. In t…

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We at POV recently released a series of interactive documentaries that use technologies like HTML5 video to tell nonfiction stories in new ways. One of these documentaries, Empire, explores the long-term, unintended consequences of Dutch colonialism.

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For Filmmakers, Higher Frame Rates Pose Opportunities—And Challenges By Greg Miller | Friday September 12, 2014 The next generation of technology is presenting new opportunities—and new challenges—for film makers, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scienc

12 men have set foot on the moon, and getting them there cost $25.4 billion dollars. The last moonwalk ended more than 40 years ago.

Earlier this summer, fresh from college graduation, Emma Watson, was named a U.N. Women Goodwill Ambassador. Though the ripples of her involvement over the past few months can be seen online (crashing the U.N.

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Midway through Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, I had already fallen in love with it. As I sat in the theatre 20 years ago, at 17 years of age, my tastes in movies and music were being challenged and upgraded in real time.

Over the past years I directed two no(?)-micro(?)-low(?)-budget (what’s the latest on who qualifies?) features and a dozen short films and almost every time I held open community meetings seeking the public’s support.

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