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Director Sara Taksler talks about "Tickling Giants", her time filming in Egypt, and standing up to abuses of power with humor.
The directors of "Nossa Chape" discuss their documentary, and the power of sport in recovering from national tragedies.
After a tragic plane crash, the Chapecoense football club rebuilds in this documentary about the societal impact of sports.
America has YouTube celebrities—but who are the "internet famous" in China?
New York's Hasidic Jewish community has seen a recent resurgence of cinematic depictions.
Marcus Filipello, a UW Milwaukee history professor, analyzes this documentary on the Congo by Peck (best known for the Oscar-nominated "I Am Not Your Negro")
Director Daniel McCabe reveals his intent to confuse, scar, and ultimately engage the audience in his war documentary “This Is Congo”.
This brilliant war documentary shows that the decades-old Congo conflict is nothing more than a farcical power struggle.
Grieco's documentary explores the complex, "post-truth truth" behind an episode of environmental activism in Brazil.
The Moment is a must-watch documentary for anyone interested in the history of Taiwanese cinema.
The Fourth Amigo: Why Emmanuel Lubezki Is One of Today’s Best Cinematographers
Review: “Default” is Korea’s Take on “The Big Short”
The Bruce Lee Statue That Sought to Unify a Divided City
The 10 Best Jung Woo-sung Movies, Ranked
Interview: “Paradoxical” Director Mu-Ming Tsai and Producer Iris Lai Talk About the Binary Nature of Sense and Emotion
Review: “Air Strike” Is a War Movie Plagued By Tragedy…And Taxes
Revisiting Safi Faye, One of Africa’s Most Underrated Female Filmmakers
“On Happiness Road” Beautifully Embodies Taiwan’s Existential Malaise