R.J. Cutler and Albert Maysles, among others, talk about when a hotbed for documentary filmmaking and presentation sprung up deep in the heart of Texas.
The filmmaker discusses getting her big break by making a movie about the man who has given them to so many others including Martin Scorsese, Ron Howard and Jack Nicholson.
The filmmaker on finding unique ways to talk about women's issues and her provocative new doc on infertility.
The camera assistant-turned-documentary director on surviving "The Race That Eats Its Young" in Tennessee and telling the world about it.
The dogged documentarian behind "WikiLeaks" and "Enron" talks about bringing the looming danger of cyber warfare into the physical realm.
The "Journeys with George" filmmaker on how the tech boom has displaced the Bay Area's middle class and the shift that could be coming for the rest of America.
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 fact that one of the summer's biggest thrill rides is a documentary is just one of the many surprises in store for audiences and its director and producer share some secrets about their search for the truth.
After Enron and Congress, the Oscar-winning documentarian takes on the Catholic Church with this infuriating film about the epidemic of sexual abuse that has been covered up for decades.
The first-time filmmaker talks about providing new insight on the artist/activist who prides himself on making China a more transparent place.
On having a lot to learn about the current state of higher education.
On chasing Pakistan's runaway children for a coming-of-age story unlike any other.