The director on what she picked up along the way in making a film about the importance of great teachers in her study of Dieter Bachmann.
A British nightclub and its owner Ronnie Scott gets a much-deserved day in the sun in this tender portrait.
The dueling perspectives of an undocumented immigrant and an ICE agent both making a life for themselves in New York yields a new view on the story of the U.S. border.
A gripping profile of the artist provocateur reveals the connections between his work and life to be indistinguishable.
On the care and consideration that went into giving the people of Puerto Rico a voice when showing how they've been deprived of it during their recovery from Hurricane Maria.
The unlikely success of a court case implicating the U.S. government in a failure to account for climate change presents actionable lessons for future generations of activists.
The co-directors of Kenya's official selection for the Oscars discuss following a 94-year-old who built a remarkable life for herself and threatens to have it all taken away by baseless rumors.
A talented trio of Cuban baseball players look to beat the odds in making it to the American big leagues in this illuminating doc.
Jeff Bemiss and Lisa Molomot's doc details the aftermath of relatives looking for those who crossed the border with aspirations of a better life.
Co-directors Richard Peete and Robert Yapkowitz tell of a folk singer whose impact was felt more than seen.
A chronicle of the lead up to the controversial miniseries "The Day After" becomes an engrossing consideration of what respect networks extend to their audience.
After long called "the first lady" in the Bronx as the wife of the founder of the Savage Skulls, the community activist gets much-deserved time in the spotlight to tell her side of the story.