LACMA, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, makes available a variety of video content on its website. Videos are organized into broad categories, including On View Now, Conservation, and Artist Interviews. Currently, On View Now contains short pieces such as Stephen Prina talking about the exhibition "Stephen Prina: As He Remembered It" and "Shinique Smith: Firsthand," an installation at the Charles White Elementary School in downtown Los Angeles. A whole series of videos documents Michael Heizer's "Levitated Mass," a huge sculpture permanently installed on the LACMA grounds, composed of a 456-foot-long slot topped with a 340-ton granite megalith. Since this is Los Angeles, another section, Film Directors, includes interviews with Debra Granik, talking about the film "Winter's Bone"; Martin Scorsese on film preservation, museums and Hollywood; and Clint Eastwood, "An actor's path toward becoming a director."
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