If you have any interest in cinema as an art form, you're probably already aware of Tony Zhou's superb series of video-essays, Every Frame a Painting.
Every single one of the essays in the series is wonderful, but I was completely taken by his recent work on Chuck Jones.
Chuck Jones, of course, was one of the creative visionaries behind the remarkable Looney Tunes cartoons produced during the 1940's, 1950's, and 1960's.
By the time I started watching Looney Tunes, Jones and the team were already at the peak of their form, and in my opinion they don't get anywhere near enough credit. Although these are animated short features, they are still remarkable, and enduring, works of art.
And so it's great to see them get the thorough, loving, and nuanced Tony Zhou treatment.
Spend some time with Every Frame a Painting, and with the Chuck Jones feature in particular; you won't regret it.