A quest to honor Donald Rugoff, a revolutionary arthouse theater owner and distributor, unexpectedly reveals why he's been lost to time.
Stephen Saito is an L.A.-based writer whose work has been published in The L.A. Times, Premiere, and IFC.com.
On setting out on a search for the world's smoothest surfing conditions and finding something far more rewarding in the choppy waters.
DOC NYC ’19 Review: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Apprehending a Cold-Blooded Killer in “After the Murder of Albert Lima”
A man’s unusual path to find his father’s killer unexpectedly turns a tragedy into a comedy.
On taking the road less traveled to build equality in this documentary about the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus' concert series across the S...
The filmmakers talk about how much they learned from spending a few nights on the streets of Los Angeles.
DOC NYC ’19 Review: The Realities of an Uncompromising Vision Comes to the Fore in “He Dreams of Giants”
In Lou Pepe and Keith Fulton's fascinating follow-up to "Lost in La Mancha," Terry Gilliam's passion project is finally realized, but the qu...
The "Fits and Starts" writer/director on making a rock solid stoner comedy.
A warm portrait of a season in the Champagne region of France uncorks emotions that are generally bottled up.
DOC NYC ’19 Interview: Bruce Franks Jr., Sami Khan and Smriti Mundhra on Uncovering a Citizen’s Hidden Powers in “St. Louis Superman”
The filmmakers and subject of this inspiring short talk about finding the inner strength to take action when all seems lost.
DOC NYC ’19 Interview: Carol Dysinger on Capturing Kickflips in Kabul in “Learning to Skateboard in a War Zone (If You’re a Girl)”
A group of young Afghan girls begins to believe in themselves in this beautiful documentary about an unorthodox school.