During the Tribeca Film Festival 2017, ScreenPrism spoke with co-directors Dan Lindsay and T.J. Martin about the making of "LA 92."
On opening day of the 54th New York Film Festival, Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Ava DuVernay spoke about her powerful Netflix documentary, "13TH."
The directors explain how they managed to get rare North Korean archive footage, the ethics of their new project, and literally dictatorial producers.
Gary Lionelli, the composer for "O.J.: Made In America," spoke to ScreenPrism about crafting the mood for the documentary.
While Ken Burns has made plenty of documentaries about the more distant past, "The Central Park Five" is Burns' first documentary focusing on a major event in modern American history. "The Central Park Five" is a powerful mirror of our society's racial divides.
"Life, Animated" differentiates itself from the increasingly dense field of disability-related films.
ScreenPrism speaks with Academy Award-winning director Roger Ross Williams about his documentary "Life, Animated" and embodying the world of someone with autism.
ScreenPrism speaks with Will Allen, the ex-cult member and documentary filmmaker behind "Holy Hell."
Documentarian Joe Berlinger first attended a Tony Robbins seminar with "extreme skepticism." Then he chased the life coach for two years to convince him to make Netflix's "Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru."
We asked director Matt Johnson and producer Matthew Miller about "Operation Avalanche," a faux-documentary about two CIA agents who infiltrate NASA and help fake the moon landing.