The "Informant" director on following a trio of Texas exonerees who have used their experience to help free others who have been unjustly put behind bars.
The writer/director talks about her searing short film that shines a light on the dangerous relationships of therapeutic boarding schools.
A riveting profile of the late photojournalist Chris Hondros reveals a man who looked for depth in the images he captured.
The filmmakers talk about making a film out of the creative fire that continued to burn after a pair of daring artists' romance went cold.
The director on how the unbelievable real-life community BBQ celebrating Ted Bundy's execution in Florida became the backdrop for this unimaginably frightening coming-of-age short.
Drew Xanthopoulos' considerate feature debut may concern people allergic to electricity, yet it's full of power.
The 22-year-old writer/actress/director talks about making a provocative, uncompromising debut both behind and in front of the camera.
The filmmakers behind "Resolution" and "Spring" talk about taking risks with their third feature and redefining cult appeal, onscreen and off.
The winner of Tribeca's Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award winner is a crowdpleasing and eerily timely flashback to the drive for women's suffrage in 1970s Switzerland.
Rebecca Hall and Dan Stevens star in this comedy that flips the script on typical relationship narratives.
The filmmakers behind this explosive documentary about the unthinkable backlog of untested rape kits across America talk about giving sexual assault survivors a voice.
The "After Tiller" co-director once again finds grace in the most trying of professions, accompanying suicide prevention specialist Ittetsu Nemoto in Japan.