After becoming the foremost chronicler of African-American history on film, Stanley Nelson and the team at Firelight Media continue to build a legacy off of it with the inclusive and innovative Documentary Lab.
The celebrated documentarian talks about sensitively depicting families faced with ending a loved one's life.
The filmmakers behind this devastating documentary about drones talk about finding a compelling way to convey how the war started in the skies is hitting home in a big way.
The director talks about tracing the proliferation of military-grade weapons and tactics in local police departments across the U.S.
The Canadian documentarian on his provocative nonfiction thriller about a fugitive seeking his own justice with a hijacking after possibly being denied it.
The co-directors of this compelling documentary about the wild love triangle fueled by film between a South Korean director, his leading lady and Kim Jong-il.
Programmers Ben Fowlie and Samara Grace Chadwick explain how the Maine-based film fest has become a place where docs aren't only shown, but born.
The filmmakers behind "Lost in La Mancha" and "Brothers of the Head" on enrolling in Black Rock High School and finding a resilient group of teens.
The director talks about how an aborted narrative feature unexpectedly led to a compelling chronicle of her family's history.
The pair behind "Food Inc." talk about their reunion on this nonfiction thriller about a 1980 accident that almost caused America to blow a hole in itself.
One of documentary's most accomplished cinematographers on turning the camera on herself in this vivid and tremendously moving cinematic memoir.
The "Devil and Daniel Johnston" director on getting at a greater truth in the story of one of the most famous of literary hoaxes.