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Fixed Gear, and No Fear

Night Cycling in Seoul

Chasing a fixed-gear racer through the streets of South Korea's capital.

Artist Geoff McFetridge Explores the World's Nuanced Moments

Bold Simplicity in Graphic Art

Anonymous people, bold shapes, off-kilter circles and muted colors make up McFetridge's most recent NYC show. Go inside the mind of the artist.

A Cornerstone of Analog

Remembering the 16mm Bolex

Otello Diotallevi reminisces on his life as a technician for Bolex, maker of legendary film cameras.

Enjoying the Ride with Pro Photographer Matthew Lawless

The Adventure of Shooting Film

It's about finding the perfect shot, taking a bit more time, and rolling the dice with some expired film.

A Complex Thought Puzzle, with Four Wheels

Are Self-Driving Cars Ethical?

What do you do when the outcomes of auto accidents are decided years in advance, by programmers?

Candy, Pickles and Promises of Flying Cars

Memories of the 1939 World’s Fair

Memories of the 1939 World's Fair, from those who were only children at the time, after the Great Depression but before WWII.

A Chase Scene with High Stakes

The Fragility of Film

Without continued support, the history of British film may come to an end.

Alaska's Essential Transportation

The Bush Pilots of Ketchikan

The storied past of Alaska's bush pilots is told by dispatchers, mechanics and the pilots themselves in this Emmy-nominated film.

Alf Lovvold's Digital Rendering Tour de Force

Building the Fake Movie Trailer of the Year

Alf Lovvold's fictitious movie trailer demonstrates how hard work and advanced computer animation can make a movie a (flashy-as-hell) one-man job.

No Stage Required

The Gas Station Cowboy

With a gas station as his stage, one elderly man uses country music to share his love of performing.

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