Photographer and artist Jay Maisel sold his New York City home in February of 2015 — and even for New York, it was a home unlike any other. Called The Bank, Maisel's house was a six-story, 35,000 square foot building he lived in for 48 years and housed a lifetime of photography and art. When the time came to move, it seemed like a nearly impossible task, requiring a small army of people and vehicles to make it happen. more than just the story of moving, Jay Myself: Photography, the Bank, and Me is the story of one of the best American photographers and his philosophy on art and life.
One of the most successful businessmen in history, Pablo Escobar made billions bringing cocaine to the United States and the world. In Colombia, Escobar had a huge estate that was park home and part theme park, with exotic animals brought in from around the world. When Escobar was killed by Colombian authorities, the state seized the estate and distributed the animals to various zoos and reserves — except for the hippos, and now they're a problem.
Stefan Forester has been traveling to Greenland for eight years, drawn back over and over again to its otherworldly landscape. As untouched places become more and more rare, Forester made it his mission to capture Greenland's icescape. Forester's captivating footage of the frozen island, shot in 4k, is a testament to the ice-covered beauty of EArth's northern reaches.
From the incredible miniatures to the "Sushi Scene," Isle of Dogs was one of the most ambitious stop-motion films ever made. To truly appreciate the insane scope of the project, Puppet Master Andy Gent describes the process behind crafting each figure and creating every scene.