Directors Ian Cheney and Martha Shane dig into the world of emojis and the committees responsible for which ones make the cut.
Music video directors Andrei Bowden-Schwartz and Sam Jones turn to feature filmmaking for a spotlight on Florida's redneck mudding culture.
Niels Bolbrinker and Thomas Tielsch’s new film is a celebration of the centennial of the start of one of the last century’s most consistently present art movements.
Director Andrew Slater and rocker Jakob Dylan pay tribute to iconic bands of mid-1960s Los Angeles.
With Dr. David Eagleman as their guide, Jennifer Beamish and Toby Trackman's film cleverly and fascinatingly reveals what the human brain is capable of.
We talk to the filmmaker about the rerelease of his 1999 classic, the community website that came out of its production, and the connection between documentary and wedding videography.
John Chester chronicles seven years of his new life on a farm with his wife and dog after they're evicted from their city apartment.
This month's additions include a political documentary starring Robert Downey Jr., a look at stunt performers including Zoe Bell, and the previous film by the director of 'Apollo 11.'
Matthew Maude and Sarah Kerruish tell the story of an unsung group of developers who built the foundations of smartphone technology.
The two Netflix documentary series received multiple nominations from the Broadcast Television Journalists Association for the inaugural event.
The documentary follows two men through their difficult transitions from incarceration to conditional freedom.
With co-director Andre Singer, Werner Herzog profiles the eighth and final leader of the Soviet Union.