Director Christian D. Bruun shows why Ruth Finley was the first call for any famous designer.
A probe into the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews reveals how religious extremists are planning for the endgame politically.
A man’s unusual path to find his father’s killer unexpectedly turns a tragedy into a comedy.
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 question remains of at what cost?
A warm portrait of a season in the Champagne region of France uncorks emotions that are generally bottled up.
The filmmakers and subject of this inspiring short talk about finding the inner strength to take action when all seems lost.
A group of young Afghan girls begins to believe in themselves in this beautiful documentary about an unorthodox school.
The "After Tiller" filmmaker entertainingly examines the wide-reaching implications of a town that buys into a cinematic dream that may be too good to be true.
The co-directors of this engaging history of the early days of the concert business talk about discovering how the rock 'n' roll onstage was only half the story.
The producer talks about the unique project profiling artisans in Japan who put in the time to become masters of their craft.
The "Rich Hill" director talks about following four American exchange students to the ends of the earth in search of the best education.
The filmmaking duo talk about chronicling a two-and-a-half year struggle of a Mexican fishing community fighting to hold onto beachside property coveted by American developers.