Sean Wang breaks down how he brought his eighth grade yearbook to life in 'H.A.G.S. (Have a Good Summer)', an exploration of childhood through adult eyes.
Sindha Agha inventively tells the story of a woman who spends years having the pain she experiences during sex dismissed by doctors in 'Painful Sex'.
In 'JessZilla' director Emily Sheskin introduces us to future fighting star Jesselyn Silva, a ten-year-old girl with an unquenchable passion for the ring.
Director Lance Oppenheim takes us behind the lens of his cruise ship set New York Times Op-Doc 'The Happiest Guy in the World'.
Lance Oppenheim's doc reveals how in an effort to seek leniency, defense attorneys are producing entire documentaries for an audience of one: the judge.
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