- A TV Film or a Film on TV: 'O.J. Simpson: Made in America' Puts the Divide in Doubt
Is categorizing a documentary a meaningless endeavor in the first place?
- New Anthology Showcases a New York City Not Traditionally Seen on Film
'True New York' reveals vivid, nuanced stories that are so much a part of the fabric of New York City and yet so underappreciated.
- 10 Great Docs You (and I) Should See at DOC NYC 2016
Tom Roston's 10 films you may not know about, but should.
- Word Association With DOC NYC's 2016 Lineup
A helpful, head-spinning word association guide to every 111 feature documentary at DOC NYC courtesy of Basil Tsiokos.
- 5 Filmmakers Share Their Hypothetical Post-Election Documentary
Filmmakers share one salient detail from their hypothetical post-2016 Election film.
- 'Peter and the Farm' Finds Profound Harmony Between Visuals and Storytelling
Far from a talking head, Peter Dunning is a deeply compelling protagonist.
- When Documentary Filmmakers Direct Political Ads
When documentary storytelling intersects with political advertising.
- The Spine-Tingling, Eye-Opening Thrill of Morgan Spurlock's 'Rats'
'Rats' invites viewers into a world underneath the gutters and in the shadows.
- How Documentarians Have Covered Donald Trump Throughout the Years
A look at the past and present documentaries that have covered Donald Trump.
- The Documentary Box Office Fizzle of 2016
The soft year at the box office may set the trend for the future theatrical life of all documentaries.
- The Slippery Slope of Documentary Subjectivity
Is there more to Author: The JT LeRoy Story than what we are seeing?
- Regional Filmmakers With an International Footprint: 50 Years of Kartemquin Films
Kartemquin Films co-founder Gordon Quinn shares the key to the Chicago production company's longevity.
- First Look at 2016 Toronto International Film Festival's Documentary Lineup
The 2016 nonfiction TIFF slate includes Werner Herzog, Errol Morris, Steve James and Leonardo DiCaprio.
- The Documentary That Tells The Story of America's First Mass School Shooting
Why a new documentary on the 1966 UT Tower Shooting is ever relevant.
- The Socially Significant, Top-notch Storytelling of Life, Animated
Doc Soup Man talks to the Suskind family about their inspiring documentary.
- Is Seeing Believing? The New Documentaries Challenging Reality
There's more than meets the eye in these new nonfiction films.
- How to Program the Largest Documentary Festival in North America
For Hot Docs Director of Programming Shane Smith, putting together an engaging, diverse film festival is no easy task, and he wouldn't want it any other way.
- Tribeca 2016: A Virtual Reality Odyssey
How nonfiction filmmakers work with virtual reality.