Film
March 26, 2013
'Girl Rising' Highlights 9 Stories and a Whole World in Need of Girls' Education
March 5, 2013
'Pink Smoke' Challenges Exclusion of Female Priests in Catholic Church
Hollywood Artists Should Reconsider 'Aesthetic of Violence as Cool', Says 'Enlightened' Creator
The Good, the Bad, and the Fugly at Oscars 2013
Violence in West Bank Results in '5 Broken Cameras' and Israeli-Palestinian Run for Oscar
Oscar Race Still Anyone's Game
Campaigning for the Oscars Just Got More Sophisticated, More Expensive
Best of the Best: 84 Years of Oscar Winners in 4 minutes
Torture in 'Zero Dark Thirty' Necessary to Tell America's Story, Says Screenwriter
Oscar-Nominated 'Plague' Captures Activists' Historic Struggle Against HIV, Society
'The Invisible War' Sheds Light on Sexual Assault of Service Women
Michael Apted on His Documentary Subjects Nearly 50 Years Later
'Lost Angels' Takes a Closer Look at Life on Skid Row
'Hitchcock' Director Talks About the Lady Behind the Master of Suspense
Disabled Veterans Overcome Adversity to Reach 'High Ground'
'Chasing Ice' Director on Climate Change: Seeing is Believing
HBO Documentary on Danger Zones Turns the Lens on Photographers