Two decades after the six year-old's passing, this film explores blends documentary and drama to chilling effect.
METI International has been shooting signals into the great void in hopes that other intelligent life will pick it up, but do we really want to make contact with a great unknown?
Jamie Johnson, an heir to the Johnson and Johnson fortune, shot this documentary against the wishes of his family, roping in famous friends to detail what extraordinary multigenerational wealth looks like.
Robert Lang is quite the renaissance man. Having worked at NASA developing optoelectronics, he left his career of twenty-three years to become a preeminent figure in the world of origami.
At the highest levels of gaming, everything thing is structured: workouts are routine, meals are professionally prepared and discipline is everything.
We all have our weird things, hers just happens to be an ultra-specific viral sensation.
If you've ever gone skiing, the work of Jim Niehues has most likely guided you on the slopes.
Students the world over flock to a small town in the Netherlands to learn what it takes to be the best butlers in the business.
"You think life has one circle, but no, there are circles which are added to extra circles that create chaos, and it looks like you're drowning."
A lot of people will tell you that it's best to adopt a rescue cat. The owners and breeders in this short feature want more exotic pets and they go to great lengths to get them.
Meet the skinheads, drug addicts, hustlers, sex workers and strange folk that call Atlantic City home.
Directors Ben Carey and Billy Linker deliver a full-frontal profile of the once-booming resort town on New Jersey’s Atlantic coast. Read more on NOWNESS - ht...
For Kitten Kay Sera, the Pink Lady of Hollywood, pink isn't just a color, it's a lifestyle.
"Frog Fractions" is either the weirdest game you've ever played or the weirdest you've *never* played. If it's the latter, you should finish it (it's free) before watching this fascinating documentary about how it came to be.
Carolyn Hart doesn't need to touch a toothpick to feels its prick. Burdened (and sometimes blessed) with a rare neurological condition called mirror-touch synesthesia, Carolyn conflates what she sees and what she feels.
Aaaaaand now we've found ourselves obsessing over maps of Wyoming.
"Slovenia couldn't be further removed from her husband's vision for America, but Slovenians across the country are embracing The Donald and making preparations for a boom in tourism that, if all goes as planned, should start any moment now."
Charlie Shrem was one of the integral players in the decentralization of finance but then he found himself caught in the black market tangles of the Silk Road.
After 10 years working in the Middle East fighting the war on terror, Amaryllis Fox is concocting new ways to wage peace.
This former undercover police officer would embed himself amongst the very people he wanted to bust, sometimes for years at a time. Here he explains the psychological impacts that he is still struggling with to this day.
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