Documentary filmmakers discuss the dialogue between their work and the political contexts in which they were made.
Docs about Politics
At 1:14 pm on October 2, 2018, Jamal Khashoggi entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. He was never seen again. While his fiancée, Hatice Cengiz
“Above all, do no harm “is a maxim held sacred by doctors and medical students all over the world. But in Alexander Nanau’s Collective , a blistering
Premiering at Sundance, going on to open Hot Docs, and now set to air on POV October 12, Nairobi-based director Sam Soko’s Softie is both
One of the more unlikely Instagram stars of our “Trump Show” era (with 2.3 million followers and counting), Pete Souza is likewise a surprising choice
Lisa Cortés and Liz Garbus’ new documentary 'All In: The Fight for Democracy,' explores the long history of voter suppression in the USA, with Georgia's 2018 governor race as a focal point.
Director Dawn Porter ( Gideon's Army , Trapped ) felt equipped for the documentary John Lewis: Good Trouble . She had, after all, interviewed the US
And She Could Be Next , directed by Grace Lee and Marjan Safinia, is a two-part docuseries that follows the campaigns of six women of color running
In a relatively sane world—or at least nation—Victoria Gonzalez would never have been one of the guiding lights of Emily Taguchi and Jake Lefferman's
Though The Edge of Democracy is Brazilian filmmaker Petra Costa's final piece in a personal trilogy, it's the first to nab her an Oscar nomination for