The director and producer talk about living vicariously (and vivaciously) through the New York Times' obituary desk.
The filmmaker on finding unique ways to talk about women's issues and her provocative new doc on infertility.
The British-based filmmaker on her documentary about those fighting to create harmony in a place where music has been banned.
The partners in life and film talk about taking on a proliferation of rape amongst teens in their deeply disturbing new documentary.
The director of an urgent new doc profiling a Chinese activist who shines a light on government corruption talks about evading secret police and smuggling footage out of the country.
The camera assistant-turned-documentary director on surviving "The Race That Eats Its Young" in Tennessee and telling the world about it.
The "Better This World" filmmakers talk about getting inside the complex experience of life on the outside for ex-cons.
The Oscar-nominated filmmaker on her latest doc, a portrait of Anderson Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt, and her recent turn towards biographies.
The lawyer-turned-filmmaker on her persuasive case about the systematic elimination of reproductive clinics across the South at the hands of state legislatures.
A wildly entertaining biography of an obscure historical figure leads to a rewarding examination of American culture.
The filmmaker and relief worker talks about his latest foray into a crisis zone — this time, West Africa — to have audiences experience the Ebola outbreak and the brave men and women stopping the spread of disease firsthand.
After a DOC NYC honor and an online retrospective on SundanceNOW, the legendary documentarian reflects on a career fighting against oppression.