Five of this year's festival's most promising films, from the archival doc "Our Nixon" to the wondrous "Swim Little Fish Swim," have launched crowdsourcing campaigns to help them get to Austin.
On doing something with "the holy grail of home movies."
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 director of "Our Nixon" and "Nuts!" delivers a ridiculously entertaining and provocative dance with the devil in profiling the activist group The Satanic Temple.
On giving thoughtful consideration to a musician who never aspired to anything more than getting his audience to take their mind off things.
An unprecedented look at the private home movies filmed by Richard Nixon's inner circle offers a revealing peek behind the White House curtain.
A wildly entertaining biography of an obscure historical figure leads to a rewarding examination of American culture.
The nonfiction mischief-maker behind "Nuts!" and "Our Nixon" talks about her exciting trio of films hitting festivals this summer, fulfilling the promise of subjects all eager to grab your attention.
The "Nuts!" filmmakers talks about dancing with the devil in her wildly entertaining new film about inspiring activism of the Satanic Temple.