There’s more to the story.
One normal day, three dynamic people with an unusual lens on life.
Directed by Jason Drakeford
Issue No. 03
Death in the Terminal
A Brief History of Two Killings
Death, Sex, Money: 5 Photographers On ‘Power’
Little Big Man
Memories of a School Shooting: Revisiting Red Lake
‘Rashomon’ and the Problem with Truth
What It Means To Be A Gyrle
An Extremely Close Reading of Pop Song Duets
There’s No Such Thing as a Free Watch
Panic at Penn Station
By Matthew Monteith
Over the past few years, museums devoted to the theory of Creationism have sprung up across the U.S. We visited three to find out who goes there, and why.
By Asaf Sudry, Tali Shemesh, Mark Boal, and Megan Ellison
This is a documentary about two crimes, in which one act of terror becomes another.
By Irin Carmon
Watched our feature film and want to know more about the 2015 terrorist act? Context, context, context.
By Roopa Gogineni and Topic Staff
African asylum seekers in Israel are subject to abuse, harassment, and acts of violence. And that’s before the government even gets involved.
By Jason Fulford, Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa, Whitney Hubbs, Elle Pèrez, and Alessandra Sanguinetti
The concept of power means many things to many people. We asked five photographers to explore and interpret the idea through visuals.
By Liana Finck
When an illustrator’s boyfriend asked her to stop drawing him into her work, a crisis unfolded. Whose story is it, anyways?
6 Parts | 1 hr 3 min Perspective is crucial in film. In this collection of shorts, you’ll see everything from an onlooker’s view of a bank robbery to a loving son trying to re-create his mother’s last, lost day.
By Yola Monakhov Stockton
A late summer day as seen from the perspective of a young child and imagined by a photographer and mother of two.
By Andres Gonzalez
One of America’s most deadly school shooting is one you probably have never heard of.
By Wesley Morris and DR. ME
We use the title of a 1950 Japanese classic as a shorthand for the difficulty with objective reality. But are we misunderstanding the film?
By Jennifer Loeber and Lorelei Erisis
A story of two experiences of puberty, one as a full-grown adult and the other as a teenage girl.
By Women Who Draw
What happens when 88 artists paint the same night’s sky? A tapestry of blue.
By Laura Olin and Calum Heath
Ever listen to a song and think, does that even make sense? We took a magnifying glass to some of the world’s most popular he-said-she-said duets.
By Jenny Odell
An artist goes deep, in all directions, on the where, what, when, how and why of a free watch.
By Lucy McKeon and Lucas Adams
This past spring, a panicked crowd streamed out of Penn Station because of a terrorist threat. Except there was no terrorist.