Documentary Film
Exclusive: Hao Wu, Weixi Chen, and their anonymous co-director tracked the horrifying first days of the outbreak in Wuhan, China in the new MTV Documentary Films feature.
The "Chasing Childhood" documentary takes a stance against helicopter parenting with an earnest message: Don't mortgage your kid's childhood.
Exclusive: James Blagden and Roni Moore's festival favorite follows 6 teens and their families as they get ready to celebrate the end of high school.
Joshua Tickell and Rebecca Harrell Tickell's doc has plenty of essential information, but the sparkly ways in which it's delivered rob the film of serious firepower.
The "Twixt" and "Rat Film" composer recently scored Rebecca Stern's offbeat dog-centric documentary, "Well Groomed."
Streaming Wars: A new contender wants to bring free documentaries to viewers, but other platforms also provide a wealth of options for all tastes.
First-time feature filmmakers Isabel Peppard and Josie Hess creatively explore the life of Morgana Muses, a rule-breaker in every sense of the word.
Producer-turned-filmmaker Oge Egbuonu spent three years crafting her debut documentary. It could not be more timely or necessary.
The robust documentary slate is entirely available for online viewing, including new films from both beloved filmmakers and rising stars.
Sam Rega's insightful film shines a light on the Indian American superstars of the spelling bee circuit, and provides a window into what the American dream should hope to achieve.
Even in strange times, the non-fiction festival has delivered a robust lineup filled with potential.
Marion Stokes dedicated her adult life to documenting television news. Matt Wolf's new film attempts to document his own unique subject.
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