The big dance in Flint, Michigan takes on greater dimension in this wonderful documentary.
A time capsule of a New York City summer employs the question of what lies ahead for a galvanizing look at how we got here.
The director talks about how her plans to tell the love story of the oldest interracial newlyweds in America unexpectedly turned into a riveting legal drama.
A filmmaker's trips to see his sister care for a daughter with special needs yields a remarkable and moving work of longitudinal cinema.
An exuberant celebration in the streets was just the precursor for what was going on in the theaters in downtown Columbia, Missouri during the nonfiction fest.
Fights against father time, ingrained racism and within an unconventional family bring the early days of the festival to life.