On following the story wherever it may lead in this riveting documentary about a pastor whose generosity leads to a crisis of faith.
Tom Bean and Luke Poling profile the world famous raconteur.
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 "Devil and Daniel Johnston" director on getting at a greater truth in the story of one of the most famous of literary hoaxes.
The camera assistant-turned-documentary director on surviving "The Race That Eats Its Young" in Tennessee and telling the world about it.
Amidst a city full of skyscrapers, this nominee for Best Documentary short emerges from the street level to reveal a bunch of American dreamers who live on recycled goods to carve out a new path of their own.
The "Tillman Story" director on his latest doc about the Penn State sex abuse scandal and continuing to investigate society's worship of false idols.
The co-director talks about making the absurdly funny and disturbing doc about the surprisingly nefarious world of online tickling videos.
A wildly entertaining biography of an obscure historical figure leads to a rewarding examination of American culture.
The Oscar-winning director talks about getting inside the mind of a young autistic man who learned how to express himself by watching Disney movies.
A truly terrifying debut from first-time director Craig Atkinson.
Two documentary photographers (and music fans) capture the unlikely revival of the audio tape with their new documentary currently raising funds on Kickstarter.