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.
Satirist and filmmaker Mads Brügger talks about going undercover to infiltrate the African blood diamond business.
Two filmmakers capture stories of survival in a decaying Detroit.
Stacy Peralta talks about his new documentary Bones Brigade: An Autobiography, which premiered at Sundance 2012
Photographer James Balog and director Jeff Orlowski talk about the grunt work behind their new documentary project, a beautiful and frightening chronicle of so much melting ice
Filmmaker Kieran Darcy-Smith talks about his new international travel thriller, Wish You Were Here, which premieres at Sundance 2012
Surfer Keith Malloy’s new bodysurfing film, Come Hell or High Water
Ski filmmaker Nick Waggoner talks to Caty Enders about losing two friends while producing Solitaire, the story of a ski pilgrimage through South America.
It’s weird that Liam Neeson, who lost his wife, Natasha Richardson, to a ski accident in 2009, would elect to star in a movie as a man devastated by the loss of the woman he loves. In fairness,...
Outside reviews the top 10 films from the Banff Mountain Film Festival, including Solitaire.
Outside reviews the top 10 films from the Banff Mountain Film Festival, including Chasing Water.