Knuckleball!, which premiered last Saturday at the Tribeca Film Festival, traces the careers of pitchers R.A. Dickey and Tim Wakefield as they navigate the ups and downs of their marginalized...
A new documentary short playing at the Tribeca Film Festival tells the story of Leonid and his pregnant wife, Lyudmila, a couple that lived just miles from the nuclear power plant
A new documentary premiering this week at the Tribeca Film Festival revisits the murder of a 1980s high school basketball phenom
For the past five decades, 68-year-old Baltazar Ushca has made a living by harvesting glacial ice from the tallest mountain in Ecuador. His work is no longer needed, but he still gets up every...
In Paraiso Nadav Kurtz follows three Mexican immigrants as they make a living washing the windows of Chicago's tallest skyscrapers
For the last few years, climber and skier RENAN OZTURK has been creating some of the best movies in the adventure game after teaching himself the art of film
Shaun MacGillivray shares his experience with IMAX movies, filmmaking, and how documentaries have the power to change lives.
A Q&A with former Maldives president Mohamed Nasheed on his incredibly shrinking country
Celebrity nature-doc narrators get graded
Sundance, 2012: Bear 71: A new interactive movie documents the journey of a grizzly bear in Banff National Park.
Scouring the country’s premier film festival for the best environmental and adventure documentaries
A new documentary by Mark Kitchell tracks the history of environmental activism
Eugene Jarecki discusses his new film, The House I Live In, about the government’s war on drugs, which won the Sundance Grand Jury Prize for Documentaries
Directors Don Argott and Sheena Joyce trace the evolution of nuclear energy.
Outside reviews Beasts of the Southern Wild from the Sundance Film Festival: an environmental, climate change doomsday tale like no other.