Filmmaker Darren Foster on how he spent 10 years documenting the rise and fall of the twins at the center of this country’s opioid epidemic.
Who’s Annie? creator and director Sophia Peer on how reenacting sitcom scenes with her parents inspired her to turn trauma into comedy.
Documentarian Kimi Takesue, whose new film Onlookers premieres at Slamdance this weekend, on the forces that have shaped her life and work.
Filmmaker Melissa Lesh on the challenges she faced making her new documentary, Wildcat, in the Amazonian rainforest.
The directors of the new doc Lowndes County and the Road to Black Power on the compelling portrait of Sidney Poitier.
An Tran, director of the new documentary For Tomorrow, on how relocating to Vietnam turned out to be exactly the change she needed.
Documentary director Ricki Stern, whose new film A Radical Life is now streaming on discovery+, on getting to the core of her subjects.
Producer Karina Manashil weaves together her family history and her deep love of the nature documentary series Kingdom of the Apes.
Producer Andrew Muscato on the perseverance and patience it took to bring the remarkable story of Chickie Donohue to the big screen.
The directors of the new Field of Vision short documentary share their experiences chronicling the human impact of police killings in Columbus, Ohio.