The "Criminal Minds" star returns to his native home for this drama that puts a face to the opioid crisis.
The documentarian talks about keeping close tabs on a community that has been left behind in West Virginia.
Slamdance Film Fest ’17 Interview: Cullen Hoback on Smelling Something Rotten in the Water in “What Lies Upstream”
The director of "Terms and Conditions May Apply" on his return with a personal look at the water crisis in West Virginia.
The West Virginia lawyer-turned-filmmaker talks about taking a break from the law to follow his rule-breaking relatives.
Tribeca Film Fest ’13 Interview: Sean Dunne Finds Beauty But No Joy in Pillville on a Trip to “Oxyana”
An already accomplished documentarian talks about making the leap to his first feature, how the Insane Clown Posse helped and his personal c...