His Airness, circa 1994: Michael Jordan takes a few swings at batting practice during Chicago White Sox spring training.
March 1, 2011 Denver Nuggets fans: please don't lose your cool, now that 'Melo is headed to New York City. It could be worse. He could've quit the team with little notice to play a completely different sport, like Michael Jordan did in 1994.
Mark Craig's trusty old answering machine.
Courtesy of Mark Craig
November 18, 2010 Filmmaker Mark Craig has been saving his answering machine messages for two decades, and now he wants you to hear them.
November 4, 2010 Highrise is an interactive documentary that lets you choose your own adventure.
November 3, 2010 From family circuses to stripper karaoke, Sparrow Songs set out to make one documentary each month for a year.
October 8, 2010 A charming film short pays homage to an endangered vocation: movie projectionist.
October 7, 2010 In an ongoing showcase of finalists in Vimeo's video contest, today's spotlight is on Penny's HEART — a moving account of a little girl, life's fragility, and parents' love.
October 6, 2010 In an ongoing showcase of finalists in Vimeo's video contest, today's spotlight is on Schlimazeltov! — a funny and philosophical exploration of what it means to believe in luck, chance and fate
October 5, 2010 In an ongoing showcase of finalists in Vimeo's video contest, today's spotlight is on Shinya Kimura @ Chabott Engineering — a dry title for a film with a visceral mix of raw power and serenity.
October 4, 2010 A moving story about love and loss.
August 18, 2010 It's one thing to read about history -- and another to see (and hear) from those who made it. Stanley Nelson's latest documentary -- 'Freedom Riders' -- chronicles the journey of the Freedom Riders in 1961 with testimonies from the riders themselves.
August 18, 2010 Phillip Toledano copes with his father's memory loss the only way he knows how: through photographs, humorous and bittersweet.
August 11, 2010 Indiana and neighboring Kentucky are planning a new bridge and highway. For the 400 residents of Utica, Ind., that means saying goodbye to the land.
August 2, 2010 After his partner of 32 years died, Bill Bowersock stopped receiving Social Security because on paper, their relationship doesn't count.
August 2, 2010 Marlon Brando knocked his lights out. And Jackie O. took him to court. After decades in the paparazzo biz, the legacy of Ron Galella, the world's most controversial celebrity photographer, is featured in a new documentary: Smash His Camera.
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