In the 18th Century, They Pulverized Leftover Meat Into PasteNow you can too!
RotatioA short documentary about an artist who processed her rape through a work she then destroyed.
Clever GirlA sea otter demonstrates surprising puzzle-solving prowess.
Blood WorkA sound installation powered with 4.5 liters of the artist's own blood.
Watch a Haunting Short Film Based on a Patricia Highsmith StoryIn A Mighty Nice Man, a charming stranger has predatory intentions.
If You First-Order NowAn important message about Star Wars: Rogue One on VHS.
The Robot TamerA woman’s relationship with a charming automated arm offers a happier view of our future with machines.
Behold the “Stinging Rose Slug Caterpillar”It looks exactly how it sounds.
In the Heart of Yuasa, Birthplace of Japanese Soy SauceA beautiful town that perfected a very detailed process.
Frozen WorldsStunning microscopic video shows what happens when bubbles freeze.
I Don’t Care About That “Movie Mistake” You NoticedA film editor explains why continuity errors don’t matter.
Tiny ToysThe strange, wonderful world of toy miniatures.
Loud PlacesThe businesses that took over historic rock venues.
How Honey Bee Hives Changed the InternetThis is the kind of federally funded breakthrough imperiled under the Trump administration.
Breast in ShowA sly commentary on our obsession with women’s breasts.
The First Female FilmmakerInside Alice Guy-Blaché’s surreal, inventive worlds.
Where Pianists Look When They PlayHint: Not at their hands.
How Film Preservationists Transform the ClassicsThe process behind restoring Star Wars, Lawrence of Arabia, and more.
Ghosts in the MachineA system that knows what soccer players will do before they do it.
Ten Years of Incredible Activity on the SunAs seen by two orbiting NASA telescopes.
Mean StreetsA trip from Manhattan to Brooklyn, New York, in a wheelchair is far harder (and funnier) than you’d expect.
Historical Films and the Footage That Inspired ThemSide by side.
The Most Difficult Places to Get to in the WorldAnd how to reach them.
Going for a Spacewalk at 17,150 Miles Per HourFootage from a very fast ride over Earth.
The Big Bang Theory, but With Ricky Gervais Laughing Instead of the Studio AudienceA laugh track of one.
Watch the First-Ever Underwater Footage of an Elusive WhaleThe True’s beaked whale on camera.
The FallHow a glamorous intellectual friendship turned into the philosophical feud of the 20th century.
An Urban Animal Rescuer Goes to WorkHow to tame swans, foxes, and other wayward creatures.
Cityscapes Created Inside Toilet Paper RollsAnastassia Elias’ tiny urban vistas have a hidden message.
Tiny FireworksEverything—even table salt—looks incredible under a microscope.