The director talks about following Matt Green, an urban explorer who brings fresh eyes to looking at New York, one step at a time.
The longtime New Yorker on looking out his office window for a rich portrait of race, privilege and economic opportunity in Chelsea.
The winning directing duo behind Sundance's Grand Jury Prize-winning doc talk about how they got the access to make a portrait of the disgra...
The director talks about seeking out New York's most corrupt cops from the 1980s for a wild and riveting true crime documentary.
SXSW ’15 Interview: Jay Dockendorf, Curtiss Cook Jr. and Kerwin Johnson Jr. on Crossing Paths with “Naz & Maalik”
The director and two stars of this drama about one wild day in Brooklyn for two Muslim teens talk about a production that was just as crazy.
The director on his two silent gems about social inequality in New York, overcoming his dislike for the genre & the importance of a good cat...
The director tells crazy stories about getting permission to film at Ellis Island, working with Joaquin Phoenix & the personal touches he ga...
Interview: Sam Fleischner, Andrea Suarez Paz & Jesus Sanchez-Velez on Opening Up “Stand Clear of the Closing Doors”
On braving Hurricane Sandy and the variables that come with filming on the New York subway system.