With Granito: How to Nail a Dictator, Pamela Yates returns to Guatemala, nearly 30 years after the release of her 1983 documentary, When the Mountains Tremble. Premiering
Chris Moukarbel and Valerie Veatch's film uses Crocker's experience as a window onto the business. He's a helpfully self-aware subject, even at his Britney-est.
It's a nightmarish situation, combining the chaos of uninsured health care and the horrors -- fictional or not -- of visiting the dentist.
The documentary explores this disturbing story in detail, giving viewers a range of evidence on which to base their own conclusions.
The film shows how Yeshi, born and raised in Italy, long resists the expectations that come along with being recognized at birth as the reincarnation of a famous spiritual Buddhist Master.
"I saw nothing redeeming about [Saddam Hussein]," says George H.W. Bush. "I think the feeling was mutual, incidentally."
The road for the young Ethiopians in Town of Runners is increasingly difficult, even for these gifted athletes, so encouraged by their community.
In typical British-drama fashion, Lip Service, set in Glasgow, gives us a lot more pretty girl skin -- and a lot more shocking punch to the gut -- than the Hollywood-style, pretty pedicured toes storytelling of L Word.
Even if you've never seen the Dallas of the 1980s, you know the Dallas of 2012.
After 20 years of taking pictures in Iceland, Alaska, and Greenland, increasingly, Ragnar Alexsson finds himself focused on "the human faces of climate change."