'TrumpLand' director on why society should treat the GOP candidate like a pedophile and how "white privilege is on the ballot"
"I felt the group deserved to be the subject of a film by somebody who actually made films," frontman says of collaboration with indie director
New film on 1966 tragedy at University of Texas at Austin uses interviews, rotoscoping to give the victims a voice
How junk forensic science was used in trial of four lesbians known as the "San Antonio Four"
From getting the Beatles death threats to discovering the Ramones, our takeaways from brilliant new Danny Fields movie
Ava DuVernay's history-lesson indictment on "new slavery" – the mass incarceration of African-Americans – is a major wake-up call
New documentary details how an ordinary accident at Titan II missile silo in 1980 almost caused the deaths of millions of Americans
'Olé Olé Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America' premieres at Toronto Film Festival and details lead-up to first-ever Stones concert in Cuba
Legendary filmmaker on collaborating with iconic pop star: "It's a performance film and a portrait of an artist at a certain moment in his career"
Ron Howard's rock doc remembers when John, Paul, Ringo and George were one of the best live bands ever to take a stage
Documentary cinematographer Kirsten Johnson assembles a self-portrait from her work — and reinvents the form
Doc on celebrity writer-turned-con job lets the perpetrator tell story in her own words for better or worse
From stranger-than-fiction masterpieces and indie dramas to shock-cinema showstoppers, here's what's playing outside the multiplex this season
"It's not the Internet that's evil — it's human beings that are evil," says filmmaker on new doc that looks at the dark side of our online world
Former New Orleans Saints player (and new father) Steve Gleason struggles against disease in year's most inspirational doc