Making a film with mom, dad, and LA’s most beloved gay porn store.
Pulling back the dark veil of the Satanic Panic of the 1980s.
Filmmaker Travis Wilkerson brings us the story of the made-in-secret documentary “Underground.” How did director Emile de Antonio manage to find - and film - the wanted fugitives of the leftist Weather Underground?
The story of two films - a narrative and a documentary - made inside a fully functioning, maximum-security prison.
An Italian filmmaker drives across the country looking for his vision of America.
A notorious dictator demands a recut of the documentary about him – or else.
What happens when a prodigy chef realizes his dream, at 19?
Will the cameras kill Alex Honnold on his free solo climb of El Cap?
A filmmaker steps out from behind the camera to interview his mom about his family’s excruciating past.
The toxic pit that’s the country’s largest Superfund site is a painful reminder of the corruption of Montana’s Copper Kings...and a warning of what …
A Grand Slam of an interview with tennis coaching legend Nick Bollettieri.
The perks and perils of growing up in the family business, traveling the world and making documentary films.
A filmmaker and composer pull back the curtain on how they use music to shape the way we experience documentaries.
A story about a Neil Simon play gone bad - and the documentary that was going to make everything better. [Explicit language]
Brian Watts went to prison when he was 18. When he got out on parole, he was 42, and on a mission to find love - for the very first time.
The world's top student scientists converge at the Olympics of science fairs.
How a minister who made the execution chamber his office changed his mind about the death penalty.
Brimstone and Glory is a fiery trip into a Mexican city's glorious orgy of fireworks.
Looking at one of America's greatest shames.
What could documentaries about Princess Diana and the 1992 Los Angeles riots possibly have in common?
A deep dive into big game hunting -- a world most of us have very strong feelings about...but really know very little.
A young singer-songwriter's voice starts out sounding like a girl, ends up sounding like a man...and he finds his true voice along the way.[EXPLICIT LANGUAGE]
When exotic food writer Eddie Lin asked his pregnant wife if she'd consider letting him eat her placenta, she said, "no way". But she asked him when their second child came along...and Eddie had to figure out how to …
A cinematographer's bad trip coincides with the death of the '60s. [EXPLICIT LANGUAGE]
A documentary filmmaker's five-year trip down the rabbit hole of in vitro fertilization. [EXPLICIT LANGUAGE]
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