Oscar winner Bryan Fogel "felt an obligation to make more stories that would have an impact on society," so he chronicled the killing of a journalist.
With 18 years of home videos, Garrett Bradley chronicles a woman's fight for her husband's freedom from a 60-year robbery sentence.
Documentarians look at a gathering of Texas youth tasked with shaping a government. What they found left them "ultimately hopeful."
'Invisible Man' and 'Shirley' star Elisabeth Moss still relies on nerves to tell her, 'This scene, this moment is important. ... I crave that feeling.'
With her father's dementia encroaching, Kirsten Johnson made an irreverent-yet-tender movie about him as he began to slip away.
Bulgarian actress Maria Bakalova knew she was in for a wild ride with 'Borat.' She even had to convince her parents the role was for a 'legit' movie.
The first-time director, and actor herself, allowed her "One Night in Miami" stars to find the deeper emotions beyond the script.
YouTube executive Kelly Merryman has been instrumental in improving content partnerships with large media companies like Disney and Viacom.
What's on TV tonight, Monday, Jan. 4: "The Bachelor" on ABC; 'Jeopardy!"
A corner of Terry Pratchett's multi-novel Discworld has become an irreverent and amusing sci-fi TV series, anchored by a fleet of strong performances.