The Sharkapocalypse: 10 Movies to Check Out During Shark Week
Laugh, cry, cringe.
Laugh, cry, cringe.
A terrific new documentary about injured snowboarder Kevin Pearce takes a searing look at the dark side of action sports
The director of HBO's fracking documentary talks environment, contamination, and community
Pandora’s Promise, a new film by Robert Stone, argues that our only chance of escaping climate-change doom is a global shift to atomic energy. David Biello has a few hard questions, including: What will we do with all that waste?
An fascinating cross-study of what really makes athletes tick, from the perspective of professional skater
What do rock-climbing heart transplant patients, Somali pirate hunters, and arctic cowboys have in common? All could be found on the big screen at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. Of this year’s 217 films, these seven outdoor-focused picks were a cut above.
A promise between two avid mountain climbers makes for shots that can't be beat
A documentary that revisits the 2002 death of freediver Audrey Mestre during a world-record attempt in the Dominican Republic reveals tragic details
The sequel to the Oscar-nominated documentary Gasland continues director Josh Fox's scathing indictment of fracking
A profile of the late Megan Boyd, legendary fly-maker, brings viewers into the mesmerizing world of fly fishing
Filmmakers Shawn Efran and Adam Ciralsky put their lives on the line to make The Project, a film about Somalia's Puntland Maritime Police Force
A heartfelt look at the life and death of freeskier Shane McConkey
After freeskier Shane McConkey died in a ski-BASE accident four years ago, a group of his friends created McConkey, a documentary of his adventures that is as thrilling as it is heartfelt. We spoke with two of the directors about the film.
A fascinating look at reindeer herders in the remote Finnish Lapland
A brilliant adaptation of Kon-Tiki brings the legend of Thor Heyerdahl to the masses