The documentary duo talks about bringing together some of their esteemed colleagues to put a human face on the water crisis out west.
The director of "No Impact Man" talks about telling the story of Los Angeles through its leading food critic Jonathan Gold.
The lawyer-turned-filmmaker on her persuasive case about the systematic elimination of reproductive clinics across the South at the hands of state legislatures.
The filmmaker with a wrestler's build tackles painkiller addiction in his latest doc and takes no prisoners, including himself.
The filmmaker and relief worker talks about his latest foray into a crisis zone — this time, West Africa — to have audiences experience the Ebola outbreak and the brave men and women stopping the spread of disease firsthand.
The director of the Oscar-shortlisted doc short talks about her unexpected path to filmmaking and finding herself documenting the largest rape trial in the history of Congo.
The director of this Oscar-shortlisted short doc on the film's eight-year journey, following a young Vietnamese man who transcends his limitations from being born with Agent Orange-related defects to become an artist.
The camera assistant-turned-documentary director on surviving "The Race That Eats Its Young" in Tennessee and telling the world about it.
The Polish filmmaker on how turning the camera on himself helped him cope with a child with Ondine's curse in the Oscar shortlisted doc.
The director of the Oscar-shortlisted short talks about criss-crossing the globe for two years with one of the world's most provocative young artists.
On the guerillas protecting gorillas in the Congo and finding funding without being able to show footage for this enthralling, dangerous doc debuting on Netflix this week.
The fearless director of a new documentary on Edward Snowden talks about completing her trilogy about the post 9/11 world.