It's a six-part documentary miniseries on Disney+ about Industrial Light & Magic. I've seen the first three episodes, and it's pretty focused on the making of the Star Wars movies so far. I'm really digging it.
I watched the first episode last night. I like the archive footage and the focus on those in that industry that don't get nearly enough credit for all they do.
Update: I finished it. It was good. It was a joy to watch these creative people talk so passionately about their work.
I didn't know Phil Tippett struggled so much with mental illness and would have committed suicide if not for the peace his work brought him over the decades. Poor guy. I'm glad he had that outlet. I wish Ben Burtt had been in it more. I don't think they really hit on his involvement nearly enough.
It was interesting to see George Lucas fight to keep his composure when talking about the difficulties of getting Star Wars made. Other than a scoff or a chuckle, the guy really hasn't shown much emotion (on camera at least).