Narrated by Daisy Ridley, executive produced by Ridley and Morgan Spurlock
The North Pole beckons to an overheated world in the feature directorial debut of animator Rémi Chaye.
I’ve spoken a few times with the unorthodox guitar hero Brett Netson, so I’m pretty stoked
The Starman is immortalized by a few of the many he forever influenced
The peerless animation distributor GKIDS acquires another sublime award-winner
An unblinking look at the dramatic debate over nuclear power.
It was just a matter of time before Tesla Motors and SolarCity synergized.
We look forward to supporting Nora and the team
We know there is tragedy but what we see is resilience.
Fort McMurray is predictably swallowed by a sprawling inferno.
New York’s Democratic primary was a hot mess that can only be explained via disturbing imagery.
A new global warming normal.
From 10 to 20 military bases, and counting.
There are too many obstacles standing in the way of the inevitable.
When it comes to life on Earth’s essential needs, fossil fuels are an absolute waste.
You know you’ve arrived when the bigshots pay attention.
Like his Oscar-nominated feature debut The Secret of Kells, his new stunner Song of the Sea is steeped in regional folklore but still a universal wonder. But it is a more personal epic, about the extinction of mythological seal people called Selkies, as explored through a lighthouse family riven by loss and misunderstanding but healed by history and magic.
Adults and children rarely see the Real World as it is, much less as it should be. If what they see is what makes them who they are, then they should watch Peace On Earth before every new year.
“gnaw at the very roots of Batman’s being, fuck up the private lives of his friends and relatives, make him doubt his raison d’etre, set his postal district on fire and blow up his cave.”
And for that you can thank its forward-thinking politics.
It’s not like we don’t have the money.
This is not necessarily news to those who have been paying attention.
Musk’s future industries understand convergence as a first principle.
Cli-fi is the cultural prism through which we monitor and experience ourselves as we bleed our planet dry while trying to become machines.