A really nice short film about the Willie Clancy Summer School. It makes me want to get back to Miltown Malbay this July.
I, for one, welcome our slime mould overlords.
The slime mould is being used to explore biological-inspired design, emergence theory, unconventional computing and robot controllers, much of which borders on the world of science fiction.
This remains one of the greatest pieces of documentary footage ever filmed.
A documentary about the weekly session in Dempsey’s pub in Manhattan.
Pitch-perfect parody of Adam Curtis’s particular style of documentary guff.
Past predictions of the future.
The classic documentary is online in its entirety, including some footage from a gig I was at: Sonic Youth supported by Nirvana at Sir Henry’s in Cork. Ah, nostalgia!
Soon the trilogy will be complete: a documentary on urban planning sounds like the perfect way for Gary Hustwit to follow up Helvetica and Objectified.
Here's a Kickstarter project worth supporting: fund a documentary on crafting typefaces.
A film project about the power of mass collaboration, government and the internet.
The next Spellbound-style documentary is all about Donkey Kong. "A middle school science teacher and a hot sauce mogul battle for the Guinness world record on the arcade classic, Donkey Kong."