John Colpitts reviews the new Netflix doc.
Filmmaker Pisie Hochheim on the complex process of editing Ry Russo-Young’s HBO doc series about her family’s explosive past.
Director Kurt Mattila shares the remarkable story behind the making (and releasing) of his documentary on daredevil stunt performer Eddie Braun.
Filmmaker Nicholas Brennan on the making of his new documentary, Los Últimos Frikis, a portrait of the Cuban heavy metal band Zeus.
The man behind The Night Stalker chats with Oscar-winner Willmott about race, politics, duality, collaborating with Spike Lee, and more.
Director Bill Morrison on archival footage, history and his new documentary, The Village Detective: A Song Cycle, out now in theaters.
Rachel Boynton on the genesis of her new film Civil War (or, Who Do We Think We Are), and why she re-envisioned the way she made documentaries.
Nick Fituri Scown looks back on his time in NYC in fall 2001 which ultimately inspired his new documentary, Too Soon: Comedy After 9/11.
Director Rodrigo Reyes looks at what a documentary can and should be, through the lens of his new film about Mexico’s past and present, 499.
Filmmaker Matt Yoka looks back on when his first movie, Whirlybird, premiered at Sundance, and the passing of an L.A. icon that same day.