The director of "Hoop Dreams," "The Interrupters" and "America to Me" continues his extraordinary and unparalleled examination of his hometown.
The "Hoop Dreams" director talks about being invited into the life of the Sungs, a family fiercely devoted to each other in the face of federal prosecution.
The prolific documentary producer on making connections between filmmakers — and many of the summer's best films in "Weiner," "The Music of Strangers," and "Life, Animated."
The latest documentary from the director of "Hoop Dreams" is another undeniably powerful look at inner-city Chicago, this time centering on a group of ex-gang members who try to prevent others from following in their footsteps.
The "Hoop Dreams" director talks about the formal challenge of making his first series and what he learned from spending a year at Chicago's Oak Park and River Forest High School.
Come to watch the perversion of the U.S. legal system, stay for a most beautiful portrait of a Chinese-American family in the latest from the "Hoop Dreams" director.