On the struggle to find a shape for her devastatingly personal new film about the BP oil spill.
The doc directors form one superteam to track another in a nonfiction nailbiter about Human Rights Watch's emergency investigation unit.
On making the tense supernatural thriller and how it almost went to the dogs.
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 "Tillman Story" director on his latest doc about the Penn State sex abuse scandal and continuing to investigate society's worship of false idols.
The writer/director talks about her seductive gothic fairy tale about a lonely vampire looking for companionship in Iran and how making it helped her find her place as an artist.
On drumming out the intense drama in 19 days and the harmony of musicals and horror in his head.
The fearless director of a new documentary on Edward Snowden talks about completing her trilogy about the post 9/11 world.
On the clips that inspired this dark comedy about a married couple's moment of truth and finding the truth in each scene after 30-50 takes.
The self-described artist/actress/monster and director of this extraordinary study of psychological trauma talk about their most unique filmmaking process.
The actor/director on his heartfelt debut about a difficult reunion of high school friends, the vitality of 16mm film & taking out the power in Northern Michigan for a night.
The writer/director on how her time in the Israel Defense Forces led to her sharp military comedy and the background in comics that led her to the foreground.