On profiling Mohamad Hafez, whose dioramas based on his childhood in Damascus preserve memories of what life was like in the war-torn region.
The director on what she picked up along the way in making a film about the importance of great teachers in her study of Dieter Bachmann.
On how a shrewd educator in Belfast is using philosophy lessons to stem the tide of conflict in the long-contentious region.
Director John Daschbach delivers a sumptuous portrait of the cherished noodle shop Bizentei and its devoted customers and staff.
The co-directors of "The Oslo Diaries" talk about discovering the secret camp in Washington D.C. once used to house ex-Nazi scientists.
Kelcey Edwards' entertaining doc lets you not only appreciate its artists' skills for personal expression but their hustle.
The director talks about uncovering a rivalry between two summer camps that extol the virtues of working collectively.
This doc about football team made up of two high schools in Milwaukee from different racial backgrounds covers a lot of ground.
The journalist talks about her doc debut and the new generation of political activists seeking change in Russia by publicly showing their opposition to the current regime.
On following Louisiana-based author Fatima Shaik as she experiences her grandfather's complicated path from India by making the trip herself.
On how recounting the election of Chicago's first Black mayor Harold Washington offers insight into taking on political machinery of today.
An all-female skiing expedition to the North Pole reveals the differences and commonalities between women from across the world.