A man’s unusual path to find his father’s killer unexpectedly turns a tragedy into a comedy.
A warm portrait of a season in the Champagne region of France uncorks emotions that are generally bottled up.
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?
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 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.
Director Christian D. Bruun shows why Ruth Finley was the first call for any famous designer.
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.
A gripping profile of the artist provocateur reveals the connections between his work and life to be indistinguishable.
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.
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.
After working to give her son a life, a mother has the favor returned after unexpectedly losing her job in this touching 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.