Mark Hogancamp's therapeutic imaginary world is the subject of 'Marwencol', a documentary by Jeff Malmberg that airs on "PBS' Independent Lens":http://www.itvs.org/films/marwencol on Tuesday.
Jeffrey Brown talks to "Marwencol" director, Jeff Malmberg.
Heather Courtney discusses her film, "Where Soldiers Come From".
Hari Sreenivasan interviews Morgan Spurlock about his latest documentary.
Sebastian Copeland chronicled his journey to the North Pole in his latest documentary.
NOVA looks at the scenes behind the earthquake and tsunami that occurred in Japan.
Judy Woodruff previews "Role of a Lifetime," a new PBS documentary on the political life of former first lady Nancy Reagan.
In a documentary airing on most PBS stations, "Nova" captured the gripping story of the 33 Chilean miners trapped underground for more than two months and explores the science used to rescue them.
First a bestselling book, then a popular blog and soon to be a public radio show, the phenomenon that is "Freakonomics" is the brain child of University of Chicago economist Steven Levitt and journalist Stephen Dubner. Now, "Freakonomics" is a…
In the summer of 2009, with signs of the Great Recession scattered across much of California, filmmaker Drea Cooper and photographer Zackary Canepari decided it was time to work together full time to document what they were witnessing around them.
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