The veteran writer/director talks about his new comedy, the need for more adults in politics and having a survivor of one of the most famous of Senate races in recent years to rely on as a producer.
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.
On the riveting story of the four openly gay California State Assemblywomen who laid the foundation.
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 co-directors on their riveting new film about the Gore Vidal/William F. Buckley debates that changed the TV political coverage forever.
The filmmaker talks about his travels across the United States on the eve of the 2016 Presidential election to see just how divided we continue to be.
Louis Ortiz may reflect the president physically, but his story reflects the struggles of the American people during tough times and a new film raising funds on Kickstarter is chronicling his still-evolving journey.