A documentary that premiered at Sundance sheds an eerie light on a possible cause for the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
Kidnapped at 14, Aberash Bekele shot dead her abductor. Now her story has been turned into a film.
A documentary about the legendary film critic Roger Ebert recalls a time when movie criticism mattered
"The dead mother thing? It's like a club. You're initiated. You get a tattoo. It is not going away."
Mariel talks about about what it was like watching her story unfold on-screen and how she survived her family's painful past
You'll be exhausted just reading the program, but hang in there. It's not all doom and gloom.
The film follows an inmate-run hospice program, an attempt to give dignity to the 100,000 prisoners who will die in their cells in the next decade