The director discusses how a staging of John Leguizamo's "Ghetto Klown" opened up a prison community to share their own hopes and hardships.
Vanessa Kirby is back looking for the pieces of a woman in this sensational character study from the director of "Tramps."
Desserts make for a satisfying main course in the latest confection from "City of Gold" director Laura Gabbert.
A woman's search for freedom is enlivened by a director's exciting homecoming to a time when he answered to no one but himself.
The director of "Hysteria" returns with a savage satire that makes sense out of all the dollars shifted from the poor to the rich through predatory loans.
On making this moving documentary about a trio of Cuban ballplayers who look to beat the odds to make it to the majors.
A profile of CNN correspondent Van Jones impressively reaches beyond the surface.
On how a 37-hour bus ride led to this indelible drama about three lost souls in New Orleans.
A breakthrough in robotics can only progress as far as its creator in this fascinating profile of David Hanson.
The directors of Tribeca 2013 favorites "Hide Your Smiling Faces" and "Bending Steel" talk about their triumphant return to the festival with their near decade-long pursuit to capture what it looks like to grow up in small-town America.