An affecting portrait of the voice of combat sports, Mauro Ranallo.
To keep track of what I still need to see. I watched quite a few of the initial series of 30 for 30 last summer; I can watch a good documentary about sport (or anything, really) any day.
One hour and 37 minutes on the production of one of the finest movies of the 1980s. (Provided it isn’t DMCAed by the time you read this.)
A short documentary about an incredible trove of letterpress blocks for movie advertisements dating from the early 1980s to before the Talkie era, happened upon by chance by two friends antiquing in Nebraska. It really makes stark what might be lost in the move from the tangible to the digital in media. [c/o Kottke.org]