Alex Gibney
There is an ethical rot at the heart of America's opioid addiction, and Gibney makes devastatingly clear who is responsible for the human cost.
Neon will release the movie in theaters later this year ahead of a broadcast premiere on National Geographic
Another project amid a busy 2020, Alex Gibney's latest documentary will premiere in November.
The Oscar-winner has three scary non-fiction projects hitting viewers at the same time. "I'm the documentary Wes Craven," he said.
It may be too soon for a definitive take on how the U.S. government screw things up, but this documentary does a fine job of bringing us up to speed.
Alex Gibney's latest documentary takes aim at the Trump administration's inability to deal with a pandemic that has killed 200,000 Americans.
Gibney's film will argue most American deaths and economic pain caused by the virus could have been prevented by better leadership.
A backlash over the upcoming docuseries centers on the unique importance of how documentaries choose who should tell which stories.
Josh Braun, Alex Gibney, Dawn Porter, and AJ Schnack shared their lockdown innovations and some permanent lifestyle changes.
Register now to hear Josh Braun, Alex Gibney, Dawn Porter, and AJ Schnack talk about completing their projects on Tuesday's live panel. Ask questions!
The president's son-in-law is the subject of Alex Gibney's docuseries, in an episode titled "Slumlord Millionaire."
A grippingly clear and comprehensive overview of post-Soviet Russia that’s wrapped around the smeared maquette of a man who’s defined it.
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