Filmmaker Michael Moore revisits his now-famous hometown in a new film, Pets or Meat: The Return to Flint.
Michael Moore embarks on a filmic odyssey to meet General Motors President Roger Smith and convince him to visit Flint, Michigan, to see firsthand how mass layoffs have devastated the local economy.
At the heart of this groundbreaking video diary is a powerful story of love, commitment, mortality and AIDS.
When Japanese-American filmmaker Janice Tanaka searches for her father, interned during World War II and separated from his family for decades, her discoveries haunt and redefine her life.
Garth Stein’s Hi 8 camera captures family drama and unexpected humor as his quirky but determined older sister prepares to undergo brain surgery to cure her epilepsy.
The rich history of the Dalai Lama of Tibet, spiritual leader, Nobel laureate, weaves an inspiring account with the urgent situation of his native land under Chinese occupation.
They still find romance in the most unexpected places. They still argue about the smallest things. Five couples, still together after more than 50 years, have some words to choose from a generation prone to divorce.
In tribute to the late Christian Blackwood, a special reprise of one of her most memorable films. Behind the faded signs of three motels in the American Southwest, Blackwood’s film reveals entire worlds of passion, loyalty, adventure and destiny.
JSG Boggs makes money artistically. He draws it. Then to complete the process, you spend it. Is it art or is it a fake? Inquiring minds in the Secret Service want to know.
An updated investigation from the point of view of Mark Mori and Susan Robinson on the environmental legacy and social impact of the Savannah River plant in South Carolina, the largest manufacturer of hydrogen bomb materials in the country during the Cold War.
Award-winning filmmaker Estela Bravo visits families divided between Miami and Havana who count the personal costs of the 30-year conflict between the United States and Cuba.
Personal perspectives on both sides of the camera are revealed when Michal Avaid, who leads a three-woman Israeli / Palestinian film crew, travels the West Bank to collect women’s stories.
Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme (The Silence of the Lambs) catches up with his long-lost cousin Robert Castle, an ardent Harlem-based white Episcopal priest.