From director Elyse Kelly: “This is the second episode of The Speech Wars, a series for The Atlantic about today’s technology and its impact on freedom of expression.
Yes, the title sounds like clickbait but this explainer (the first in The Atlantic’s new four-part series called “Life Up Close”) directed by Washington DC’s Elyse Kelly backs up the hype with science and intricate graphics. [Read more]
The Atlantic: “How Parents Should Discipline Children” animated explainer video [Read more]
Should America experience a pandemic, President Trump’s tendencies toward nationalism may fuel the fire, argues The Atlantic writer Ed Yong. [Read more]
Westworld actor Jeffrey Wright transforms into three airline passengers with drastically different views of the world in this brilliant branded film for The Atlantic by O Positive director David Shane with seamless 2D VFX work by The Mill. [Read more]
In the latest of The Atlantic’s series of visual essays, writer Matthew Stewart argues, 9.9% of the population comprises America’s new aristocracy, which often “takes wealth out of productive activities and invests it in walls.” [Read more]