Correspondent Lauren Wissot reports on a series of provocative testimonies to race, power, and culture at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival.
Opioids are a subject of controversy in the US, and ‘Dr. Feelgood’ delves into the issue. We talked with the director about her experiences on the film and her thoughts on the pharmaceutical industry.
“Call Me Kuchu” is a sweeping portrait not just of the heroic gays and lesbians who often literally put themselves in the line of fire each and every day just to demand basic human rights, but also of a self-righteous Ugandan society which bans homosexuality and openly advocates for the death penalty for HIV-positive men.
Lauren Wissot talks to Oscar-winning “Project Nim” director James about monkeys, humanity and everything in between.
The Triangle Fire was a wakeup call for the United States, and this documentary is a reminder that we need to tighten up workplace safety protections, we need to support unions, and we need to prevent another Triangle Fire.
Lauren Wissot talks to “Gasland” director about fracking, artistry and activism, and PR attack dogs.
“For the first time in human history we’ve produced something that has consequences for 100,000 years. What does that mean?”