From finding a stunning new species of glow-in-the-dark mushrooms to wild stories of unfortunate locals experimenting with poisonous varieties, a new documentary film goes where few have gone before.
Sophia Nahli Allison's film reimagines the life of Latasha Harlins, the 15-year-old whose death was a catalyst for the LA riots, but who is rarely mentioned outside of that context.
'Wendy's Shabbat,' premiering tomorrow at the Tribeca Film Festival, tells the story of a crew of senior citizens who found community over burgers and fries.
Here's 'Living in an Unreal World: A Film By Adam Curtis For Readers of VICE,' featuring some of the footage from the documentarian's next BBC piece.
We spoke to Moazzam Begg, a British man caught in center of the war on terror, and held for years in prisons around the world for no clear reason.
John Waters narrates a new documentary about the early East Coast writers that invented what became what we know as modern street art.
Meet filmmaker Phillip Wood, who turned his lens onto his father to patch up their broken relationship and understand substance abuse disorders.
By giving an African refugee a camera, two filmmakers hoped to gain insight into the life of migrants from the perspective of migrants themselves. The result is the remarkable "Those Who Jump."
Director Álvaro Longoria on getting stuck in the country's information feedback loop, even with his all-access pass.
Let's not fight each other on the road. Let's blame the government.
Hot Docs is one of the most prestigious documentary film festivals in the world, which means that it's also a marketplace with millions of dollars at stake.