---"The Christmas Card" --Terry Gilliam
---"The Man from Dream City" by Pauline Kael
---a scene from Animal Crackers
---From the Journals of Jean Seberg"
---"the two most important movie events of 2014 weren’t movies at all, but rather what amounted to a pair of live-action trailers" --Mark Harris
---a video from Spike Lee
---Transformers: Age of Extinction and Gone Girl VFX
---"SILENT NIGHT! Endless night!
All is dark, there’s no light.
Cyclone clouds have blocked out the sky,
We’re almost out of our dry-meat supply.
Sleep in uneasy peace.
We may have to eat Aunt Bernice."
---The Hollywood Reporter director and actress roundtables
---"The Terminator Paradox"
---kissing for The New York Times
---Anatomy of a scene: Wild, Interstellar, and Inherent Vice
---"The Year of Outrage"
---Zero Dark Access
---"Beards and plaid may well just look good, and I hardly think that the man wearing both while coding on a MacBook Air in a coffee shop is really attempting to sell anyone on the idea that he’s an authentic ‘jack." --Willa Brown
---2014: Year of the Iconoclast
---profiles of John Milius and Martin Brest
---"In Defense of The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, 10 Years Later" by Ryan Reed
---tips for documentary filmmakers
---filmmaking tips from Mike Nichols
---behind the scenes of The Two Faces of January and Selma
---trailers for Mad Max: Fury Road, Get Hard, Entourage, Top Five, It Follows, The Walk, Knight of Cups, While We're Young, and others
---"Paul Thomas Anderson, like his L.A. forefather Robert Altman, embraces the sprawl. Why not tell several different stories with loose threads? Why limit yourself to one great performance in a movie if you can get 20? Why pick one genre when you can pull from everything and make movies that push the whole idea of genre to its city limits?" --Molly Lambert
---a clip from A Most Violent Year
---Chernobyl by drone