Group B Is Not for Boys
In the 1980s, Group B Rally Racing was the epicenter of dangerous speed.
In the 1980s, Group B Rally Racing was the epicenter of dangerous speed.
House Industries have teamed up with director Erích Wiess for a witty short that showcases a new collection of cycling gear and the new typeface that inspired it, Velo Serif.
Pigeon sporting: a relationship between man and bird that stems deeper than your average hobby.
A decade ago, analog instant film was on the verge of extinction. Then, The Impossible Project reinvented it and brought it back to life.
A dual effort from JT Singh and videographer Rob Witworth, “Enter Pyongyang” captures a cutting-edge panoramic view of North Korea’s capital.
Documenting the raw relationship between surfer and surf in some of the world’s most dramatic landscapes.
Reaching completion in Decemeber 2015, Rosetta will have made history as the first spacecraft to orbit a comet’s nucleus.
Jimmy Chin spent two months in Yosemite in order to capture the cutting edge of climbing for National Geographic.
Desillusion Magazine’s editor-in-chief Sebastien Zanella followed Leo from Hawaii to Roma to gain insight into his remarkable adolescence.
With the help of social platforms, a small group of students from North Philadelphia have expanded their worldview beyond the boundaries of their city -- and became the subject of this film.
Slovakian Milos Kmetko is old. But that's not stopping him from living young.
The Isle of Man Tourist Trophy is one of the longest and deadliest motorcycle road races on Earth, and Guy Martin is the greatest rider to have never won. Not that that's stopping him.
Photographer Brian Gaberman drives from New York City to Wolfeboro for the iconic skate brand, Element.
The latest entry in DPS Skis' Shadow Campaign short film series highlights some extraordinary skiing, beautiful scenery and the deep relationship between a man and his best friend.
In 2011, Richard Thompson won the cartoon world's equivalent of an Oscar. One year later he was forced to retire. This short profiles the man and his vision.
These are our 14 best Viewfinders, spotlights on great videos around the web, of 2014.
A film by Alberto Mielgo that newly explores the familiar issue of urban displacement through mixed media and captivating panoramas.
Ice and darkness: winters in Ilulissat, a coastal city in northwestern Greenland, are unfathomably severe. After 40 straight days of darkness, the Inuits welcome the sun.
Rapha's continental riders battle the elements of Assynt in the Highlands of Scotland.
Sammy discovers the Ocean People, surfers who help bring clean water to his village so that he can explore the world.
In 1955, letterpress printing was a "father-son affair", according to letterpress printer and instructor William Amer. While the centuries-old technology has largely been replaced, Amer still maintains a space for the old-school metal giants.
In many work environments, people undervalue human interaction; some even view it as a distraction. This short documentary follows composer Tony Anderson, who is drawn out of working in complete isolation by a longtime friend.
A behind-the-scenes look at the Morgan Motor company, which is hand-building its cars just as it did nearly 100 years ago.
Done right, shorts have the ability to catch an audience off guard; to grab, pivot, and drop before you know what’s hit you. Eliot Rausch's short documentary, "The Caregiver", follows the trend of his previous films, providing an authentic glimpse into the lives of others to expose some greater human truths hovering above the magnifying glass.
In the northeast of England, Sunderland A.F.C. and Newcastle United F.C. are separated by less than 15 miles. Both teams are notoriously average of late, finishing in the middle to bottom half of the English Premier League. But their supporters are some of the most zealous in all of football. The short film “Twelfth Man”, directed by Duane Hopkins and scored by Michael Gardiner, is a visceral experience; it doesn't take much to intensify scenes where hundreds seem poised to beat each other bloody.
Sound design is often overlooked when people watch and look back on movies. This SoundWorks Collection Profile details the intensive sound design of Christopher Nolan's Interstellar.
Create & Explore is a video series that combines original photography and beats, each video centered around one city. 004 features New York City through the eyes of a native musician and a photographer with synesthesia.
"Stuffmaker" sounds vague, even a little conceited. But artist Mac Premo does just that.
Testament is a collection of photographs and writing by late photojournalist Chris Hondros who covered the world's major conflicts since the late 1990s.
"Backcountry" follows Burton's sponsored snowboarders in their element, enjoying the backcountry. Seeing these guys carve down the mountain -- see them have fun is infinitely more enjoyable, more jaw dropping than anything you see in competitions.
Does, a former soccer star, is a multidisciplinary international artist whose graffiti is bright and compelling. Strictua's short, "Transition", offers a glimpse into his secretive work life.
You know Pharrell Williams’ “Happy”. You might not know about the artist's 24-hour music video, a day-long music video of everyday people and movie stars dancing to the song on a go-crazy loop. (Whether that seems cool or nightmarish is up to you.) The man
behind in front of this huge undertaking is Jon Beattie, a Steadicam operator.
You can do anything you set your mind to. It’s a classic adage, but this story offers a particularly unique version. Talan Skeels-Piggins was paralyzed from the chest down in a motorcycle accident; now he races motorcycles.
For Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert, the art of glass blowing is less than transparent.
For most people, the American dream is owning a nice house or making a comfortable living. James ‘The American Dream’ Kelly lives a little differently -- his dream involves whipping by traffic at 50 mph on a skateboard.
A video essay on American mathematician, cryptographer and engineer Claude Shannon and his discoveries, which paved the road for the Information Age.
"The Silence of Denali National Park" is a clip from the upcoming film In Pursuit of Silence, which explores our relationship with silence and the impact of noise pollution on our lives, which the World Health Organization considers a serious health threat.
"Through the Ground Glass" follows a large-format photographer as he treks through the wilderness to find the perfect shot.
"Who We Are" follows Donnie Vincent and his team of hunters through the Northwest Territories, 20 miles south of the Arctic Circle, drawn to the wilderness by an irresistible yearning.
The short film 87 Bounces, produced by the French design studio HOTU, follows a single, stray basketball shot through 24 classic movies before it finally hits the back of the net.
"The Story of the Chopper" explores the surprising birth and history of the world's most recognizable motorcycle style.
When he first started jumping off cliffs, Théo de Blic probably thought girls had cooties. Now a seasoned vet, the young Frenchman is breaking ground by performing spectacular acrobatic maneuvers in the air. Watch and listen here.
The Ironman Triathlon, first introduced in 1977, is arguably the most grueling single-day race on the planet. This is the story of elite professional triathlete Dirk Bockel’s journey to the 2012 Ironman World Championships.