Kevin Schreck's documentary chronicles the history of how Richard Williams lost control of his pet project, 'Arabian Knight.'
This "miraculous gem" explores the potential of collaboration with a group of young French students.
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.
Alexandre O. Philippe ('78/52') takes another deep dive look at an iconic movie moment, this time the chestburster scene from 'Alien.'
Mark Cousins ('The Story of Film: An Odyssey') studies the sketches and paintings of Orson Welles in order to better understand a man who has become near-mythic.
The challenges faced by Bergman, Spielberg, Herzog, Coppola, Gilliam, and more famous filmmakers lay bare in these phenomenal making-of films.
'They'll Love Me When I'm Dead,' released in conjunction with Orson Welles' long-lost final film, is a small epic about making art in a world that doesn't care.
'Musicwood' director Maxine Trump shares a sample from her new guide to documentary planning, production, and distribution.
A mid-length documentary takes us back to the Steve McQueen movie 'The Great Escape.’
Steve Mitchell's documentary on the B-movie legend is must-see for fans of independent cinema.