ANYONE WHO KNOWS A CHILD knows that kids of a certain age are uniformly, hilariously horrible at playing hide-and-seek. (Developmental psychologists theorize that young children “consider mutual eye contact a requirement for one person to be able to see another.”) In mid-September, we sent photographer Paulo Batalha on a special assignment: he had to invite young Brazilian children to play hide-and-seek and record the results. Batalha took his camera to São Paulo’s Favela Vila Prudente and introduced himself to residents. Here is the delightful—if very obvious—outcome.
The oral history of how a determined Chicago reporter convinced her boss to do something that hadn’t been done before—to create a fake business with a real location.
The True Crime Story Behind a 1970 Cult Feminist Film Classic
The only film that Barbara Loden ever made, Wanda, is now considered to be a masterpiece. Here is the true story behind the fiction.