On getting inside a hospital that treats the wounded against all odds in Syria and inside the mind of its extraordinary medical director Dr. Amani Ballour.
The filmmakers talk about how the camera became the weapon of choice in combating the al-Assad regime's denial of their brutal actions in Aleppo.
A chilling observation of a family of Islamic fundamentalists shows how young boys are shaped by being born into a life of violence.
On the Oscar-shortlisted documentary short about what is lost when a Syrian family is resettles in Germany after fleeing violence in Aleppo.
The doc directors form one superteam to track another in a nonfiction nailbiter about Human Rights Watch's emergency investigation unit.
The "Last Men in Aleppo" filmmaker talks about his follow-up about a doctor whose resolve comes to the fore in treating a community of 400,000 stranded underground by the conflict in Syria.
The director of "Return to Homs" talks about going back to his homeland to understand just how radicalism takes root in this devastating documentary.
The "Cartel Land" director on a different view on the war in Syria through a profile of the citizen journalist outfit Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently.
The Canadian filmmaker on stumbling into an incredible subject for a film and the wild search to find the truth after.