The documentary duo talks about bringing together some of their esteemed colleagues to put a human face on the water crisis out west.
One of the most exciting filmmakers working talks about the enduring cultural resonance of the too good to be true tale of an obscure American businessman.
The prolific documentary producer on making connections between filmmakers — and many of the summer's best films in "Weiner," "The Music of Strangers," and "Life, Animated."
The legendary filmmaker on his latest documentary about the legal fight for animals to attain the same rights as humans in court.
The co-director talks about making the absurdly funny and disturbing doc about the surprisingly nefarious world of online tickling videos.
The Danish filmmakers talk about their striking debut, chronicling a vicious cycle in visiting a haven for sex offenders in Florida.
The dogged documentarian behind "WikiLeaks" and "Enron" talks about bringing the looming danger of cyber warfare into the physical realm.
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.
The filmmakers on their film about the small American town of Crossett's big problem with Georgia Pacific's air and water pollution.
The winning directing duo behind Sundance's Grand Jury Prize-winning doc talk about how they got the access to make a portrait of the disgraced politician as dynamic as he is.
A truly terrifying debut from first-time director Craig Atkinson.