A pair of Scottish rappers who rose to fame claiming they were Eminem clones from California talks discuss their deception in detail in the fun and surprisingly provocative new film from the director of "Sound It Out."
Slightly uneven in tone, Jessie McCormack's directorial debut finds its rhythm in its fine observations of a woman unable to conceive and the friend who unexpectedly can help her have a child.
The filmmaker behind this year's Best Documentary Short talks about how his dad led him to find the incredible subject of his new film, a former doctor with a high-flying lifestyle that gave it all up to fly high on skates on the beach boardwalks of San Diego.
An unprecedented look at the private home movies filmed by Richard Nixon's inner circle offers a revealing peek behind the White House curtain.
Following in the footsteps of his work on "Bellflower," the editor-turned-director makes an equally headturning debut with a look at the bonds formed and broken between young men at privately run juvenile detention facilities.
First-time feature director Timothy Wheeler has his work cut out for him in getting past a polished central subject for this inspirational doc about marathon swimmer Diana Nyad, but once he does, the film goes the distance.
After winning awards at SXSW and the Seattle Film Fest last year, this harrowing drama is finally hitting theaters and its director talks about her own discovery of this amazing true story.
The Seattle-based choreographer-turned-filmmaker tells us what's fact and fiction in the comedy based loosely on the experience of a dance troupe in search of an audience.
The demands of a dull domestic life get in the way of a rich and fulfilling artistic one in this light, finely observed comedy.
The director of a new documentarian on the life of famed drag queen and longtime collaborator of John Waters talks about the incredible access he received, why Waters always tells drag queens to call their mothers and how he learned of Divine's voracious sexual appetite.
Winning the Audience Award for Documentary at SXSW only hints at the crowdpleaser in store for those who see Josh Greenbaum's debut doc about the high-stakes world of the golf circuit for 7 and 8-year-olds.
With just a story outline and a director, the stars of "Pitch Perfect" and "Office Space" talk about taking a leap of faith to make this beautifully improvised comedy about co-workers who flirt with taking their relationship beyond the office to the chagrin of their respective partners.