Congratulations to directors Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin of Free Solo and Bing Liu of Minding the Gap on their 2019 Oscar Nominations.
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New York Times Magazine talks with director Bing Liu on how he used skateboarding as a tool for filmmaking.
Director Bing Liu wins the top prize at the IDA Awards, along with winning Best Editing and Emerging Filmmaker.
The film offers an intimate look into the experiences of building a new home after fleeing the traumas of war.
The Cristina Martinez episode is a new highpoint for Chef's Table.
Rising documentary director, Bing Liu, addresses interests of commercial and brand storytellers.
Rory Kennedy's newest documentary celebrating NASA's 60th Anniversary weaves cautionary tales with triumphs of the human spirit.
Chosen as a New York Times Critic's Pick, Minding The Gap receives an insightful review and compliments director Bing Liu for his compassion and remarkable capacity as a filmmaker.
The National Geographic documentary Free Solo, directed by Jimmy Chin & Chai Vasarhelyi, about Alex Honnold's record-breaking free solo climb up El Capitan, is heading to the Toronto International Film Festival this fall.
From director Steve James, the docuseries ‘America to Me’ exposes racism in our schools through students’ eyes.
First Showing loves Bing Liu's Sundance award-winning doc "Minding the Gap," calling it an incredibly compelling documentary.
Road and Track spotlights automotive designer Ralph Gilles and Netflix's "Abstract: Art of Design" episode, directed by Chai Vasarhelyi.
“Cut Out the Clutter”: Abby Fuller on Directing ‘Chef’s Table’
Director, mountaineer, skier, photographer... Jimmy Chin is featured on the cover of Men’s Journal celebrating “The World’s 25 Most Adventurous Men.”
Director Barbara Kopple returns to Sundace with YouTube Red documentary This is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous.
This article profiles Steve James' critically-acclaimed career after being named the winner of Hot Docs' Outstanding Achievement Award.
Tracy Droz-Tragos talks to Elle about her new, deeply human documentary, "Abortion: Stories Women Tell," which delves into the personal stories of women on both sides of the aisle dealing with the complexities and realities of the abortion discussion.
Jessica Yu sits down with the Los Angeles Times to talk about the surprising answers her team found about overpopulation in her documentary "Misconception."
Rory Kennedy talks to Glamour about creating her behind-the-scenes documentary commercial about the biggest evolution of the iconic Barbie since its creation in 1959.
WIRED loves Jessica Yu’s documentary, “ForEveryone.net," about the founder of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, and his fight to keep his invention free and open to all.