This documentary chronicles renaissance man Gordon Parks’ stellar career from staff photographer for LIFE magazine, through his artistic development photographing everyday Americans, through his evolution as a novelist and groundbreaking filmmaker.
Join us for an engaging exploration of Zayd Ayers Dohrn’s Mother Country Radicals, an original podcast from Crooked Media and Audacy. This special event will feature Dohrn in conversation with his mother Bernardine Dohrn and father Bill Ayers, rad...
Join us for this event with Connie Walker and Habiba Nosheen, which explores trauma-informed reporting and the intersection of narrative journalism and true crime. In season one of Stolen, Connie Walker examined the unsolved disappearance of Jerma...
Following the 2013 Maidan Revolution in Kyiv, A Rising Fury takes viewers to the front lines of a growing conflict between Ukraine and Russia to witness firsthand a war that is tearing country and family apart.
Plain-spoken and thickly accented, Dr. Ruth Westheimer became a household name in the 1980s by transforming the way Americans talk and think about sexuality. At 90, Dr. Ruth reflects on her life from Holocaust survivor to celebrity sex therapist.
Dreams Of The Jaguar's Daughter is a surreal VR documentary where Achik', the spirit of a young Maya immigrant, guides the viewer through her memories of an arduous journey north. Supported by Tribeca Film Institute.
Dying Business is a character-driven documentary series about people working in the death industry. Following a gravedigger in Haiti and a Brooklyn mortician, the series sheds light on the working stiffs making a living among the dead.
Celebrated photojournalists explore images of the people and events that helped shape the American experience in this documentary series, and discuss how working with photographs impacts them personally.
This is the story of the guardians of the Okavango water system, a network of rivers spanning three countries in Africa, and home to some of the most endangered animals on the planet. These guardians have a monumental task: trying to protect a rem...
Suzanne Joe Kai’s intimate documentary—including archival interviews with legends like Marvin Gaye, Jim Morrison, and Elton John—shows us how the Rolling Stone writer and editor defined the cultural zeitgeist of the ’60s and ’70s.