The story of disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong gets exhaustive and penetrating documentary treatment in Alex Gibney's latest.
In "The Law in These Parts," one of Israel's most creative nonfiction filmmakers places judges and attorneys on the cinematic witness stand to explain Israel's contorted 45-year-old military legal…
The International Documentary Association has named the recipients of this year's special awards to be given at a ceremony at the DGA Theater on Friday.
The Banksy doc "Exit Through the Gift Shop," Laura Poitras' "The Oath," Joonas Berghaell and Mika Hotakainen's "Steam of Life," Ilisa Barbash and Lucien Castaing-Taylor's 'Sweetgrass," and Lucy…
Winner of the Slamdance docu jury award, "American Jihadist" doesn't have a remotely clear view of its subject.
"Convention" is a bipartisan, upbeat celebration of democracy's delicate membrane and can-do spirit.
A group of documentary directors are teaming for a docu based on "Freakonomics," the bestselling book in which economist Steven D. Levitt uses theory and statistics to analyze pop culture phenomena.
Fox Searchlight's "In America" topped nominations for the 2004 IFP Independent Spirit Awards with six, followed by five each for HBO Films/Fine Line Features' "American Splendor" and the Samuel…
Quite likely the first animated cross-dressing action musical, "Mulan" plays out as a rich dramatic tapestry lightly stained by some strained comedy, rigorous political correctness and perhaps more…