I re-watched Senna on Netflix the other day. I'm in awe of the archival footage. The film trailer is below with a second video via Japan that highlights Senna's shifting/breaking technique.
There are a few of Alex Webb's prints up at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (La Jolla) from his series Crossings. I just saw them the other day and they are remarkable examples of street/doc photography. Here's a vid with a sample of Webb's work followed by a vid with Ray Metzker's images.
In case you haven't seen this one. Gondry is a wizard.
This is neat.
Among the most interesting developments in tech -
I have a strong opinion about group feedback in arts education - I don't think it works. Those who speak first have an inordinate effect on the shape of the conversation because of social pressure.
Here is the first video in a series with Michael Caine teaching film acting. Great stuff.
This was just approved: