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 Polish filmmaker on how turning the camera on himself helped him cope with a child with Ondine's curse in the Oscar shortlisted doc.
The "Inconvenient Truth" producer on her directorial debut about an inspiring group of female coffee growers in Costa Rica.
The Oscar-winning documentarian on unpacking the crazy story of Baltimore-born Libyan freedom fighter Matthew VanDyke.
On the guerillas protecting gorillas in the Congo and finding funding without being able to show footage for this enthralling, dangerous doc debuting on Netflix this week.
The doc directors form one superteam to track another in a nonfiction nailbiter about Human Rights Watch's emergency investigation unit.
The director of a new documentary about Marlon Brando talks about illuminating the highs and lows of the legendary actor in his own words.
The director of the Oscar-shortlisted short talks about criss-crossing the globe for two years with one of the world's most provocative young artists.
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.
A filmmaker finds how the political system is stacked against the best candidates in the unlikely City Council run of 22-year-old Michael Tubbs in Stockton, California.
The fearless director of a new documentary on Edward Snowden talks about completing her trilogy about the post 9/11 world.
On starting anew after delving into a dark personal past for a riveting new documentary told from the perspective of his friends, family and victims.