On profiling the Indigenous trans artist who found his power in punk music.
Frameline 2020 Review: An Influential Magazine Faces a Future Beyond Its Pages in “Ahead of the Curve”
An engaging profile of Franco Stevens, the founder of the groundbreaking lesbian magazine Curve.
The writer/director talks about figuring out a crime story around how to move forward in the world when it's left you behind.
Interview: Anca Damian on Finding Empathy Through the Eyes of a Lost Dog in “Marona’s Fantastic Tale”
The animator on how rescuing a stray allowed her to see people in a new light.
An accusal of witchcraft threatens to sweep a proud matriarch off her land in this captivating documentary.
AFI Docs 2020 Review: Sebastian Junger and Nick Quested’s “Blood on the Wall” Reveals How the U.S./Mexico Border Crisis Started From the Outside
An humanizing look at the role governments across North and Central America have played in destabilizing its citizenry.
On a real sister act with this comedy about a standup who finds the joke's on her after learning of her late father's bequeathment.
AFI DOCS 2020 Review: A Politician is Shown Truly Moving the Needle in “Jimmy Carter: Rock ‘N’ Roll President”
A unique public servant is served well by a different angle on his legacy in this look at the influence of music on the 39th president.
AFI Docs 2020 Review: A Musician Gives Voice to a Community Grappling with Violence in “Freedia Got a Gun”
An artist's look at gun violence in her native New Orleans hits home.
A profile of three alt-right personalities pulls back the curtain on a tiring act.