- Feds plan outreach to New Mexico youth in opioid fight Updated: Feb-09-16 8:57 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - Federal law enforcement officials are citing a rise in drug overdose deaths in New Mexico as the FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration release a documentary aimed at educating high schoolers on the dangers of opioids.
- With restraint, YouTube rolls out original programming Updated: Feb-09-16 3:06 pm
LOS ANGELES - Michael "Burnie" Burns hears a discrepancy.
- Special showing planned at Air Force Museum in Ohio Updated: Feb-08-16 11:44 am
DAYTON, Ohio - The U.S. Air Force museum in southwest Ohio will host a special showing of a documentary about the famed Tuskegee (tuhs-KEE'-gee) Airmen.
- Documentary of rodeo legend Casey Tibbs nearly finished Updated: Feb-05-16 9:14 am
PIERRE, South Dakota - A Denver filmmaker producing a documentary about rodeo legend Casey Tibbs hopes to wrap up the project this month.
- Japan deports star of Oscar-winning dolphin documentary Updated: Feb-05-16 4:55 am
TOKYO - The star of an Oscar-winning documentary that shows how dolphins are hunted in a Japanese village was deported to the U.S. on Friday after Tokyo airport officials barred his entry and he was held in detention for more than two weeks.
- Perfect cast: Documentary tells story of famed local angler Updated: Feb-04-16 11:48 am
STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania - Lucas and Meigan Bell were excited to talk about their upcoming documentary film, "Live the Stream," which, outside of their marriage, is perhaps the couple's most significant collaboration yet.
- Pussy Riot releases new video mocking Russian prosecutors Updated: Feb-03-16 2:09 pm
MOSCOW - The Pussy Riot punk provocateur band is punching back at the Russian government.
- Homeless Springfield woman dies after vehicle strikes her Updated: Feb-02-16 10:41 am
SPRINGFIELD, Missouri - A homeless woman who was featured in a documentary has died after a vehicle struck her in Springfield.
- 'The Birth of a Nation' wins grand jury and audience award Updated: Feb-01-16 8:37 am
LOS ANGELES - Nate Parker continued his victory lap around the 2016 Sundance Film Festival on Saturday night when "The Birth of a Nation" took both the U.S. drama grand jury prize and the Audience Award.
- Sundance films take on mass shootings and guns in America Updated: Jan-27-16 7:49 pm
PARK CITY, Utah - Gun violence was on the minds of more than a few filmmakers this year.
- Robert Redford knows Sundance has gotten too big Updated: Jan-26-16 8:10 pm
PARK CITY, Utah - Robert Redford is pretty sure this is the best Sundance Film Festival they've ever had, and he also knows that things have to change.
- Werner Herzog on ski jumping and filming in North Korea Updated: Jan-25-16 11:16 pm
PARK CITY, Utah - The first time Werner Herzog came to Sundance a little over a decade ago with "Grizzly Man," he asked that the Festival prepare the Olympic-sized ski jump ramps for him.
- Documentary on record-breaking balloon flight to premiere Updated: Jan-25-16 2:24 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - It has been a year since two pilots from the U.S. and Russia lifted off from Japan with the aim of flying farther and longer in their gas balloon than anyone in history.
- Transgender men find their style, themselves in 'Suited' doc Updated: Jan-25-16 9:51 am
PARK CITY, Utah - Derek needed a suit for his wedding. Aiden needed something for his bar mitzvah. Everett wanted a sharp interview outfit.
- Spike Lee's Michael Jackson doc a tribute to his music Updated: Jan-25-16 1:56 am
PARK CITY, Utah - As a young artist, Michael Jackson knew he wanted to be legendary.
- Documentary highlights Polynesian community and football Updated: Jan-23-16 3:33 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - Tony Vainuku grew up in Salt Lake City and lived the complexities of the Polynesian community, where football is often considered the way to break cycles of poverty and violence.
- Norman Lear's life, work shines in opening Sundance film Updated: Jan-22-16 4:02 am
PARK CITY, Utah - Norman Lear was so touched by the documentary made about his life, he wanted to cuddle up with the entire audience at the Sundance Film Festival.
- Robert Redford addresses diversity in film at Sundance Updated: Jan-21-16 5:49 pm
PARK CITY, Utah - As the Sundance Film Festival kicked off on Thursday, founder Robert Redford weighed in on the controversy over the lack of diversity this year among Oscar nominees in acting categories.
- Sundance fest promises films on race, sexuality, violence Updated: Jan-21-16 3:20 pm
PARK CITY, Utah - The culmination of the Sundance Institute's year-round work developing fresh perspectives in drama and documentary films is taking over Park City, Utah, for the next 11 days.
- Jackie Robinson's widow says baseball lags on diversity Updated: Jan-19-16 9:47 pm
PASADENA, California - A roundup of news Monday from the Television Critics Association winter meeting, at which TV networks and streaming services are presenting details on upcoming programs.
- Loretta Lynn: Feeling 'great' at 83, no reason to retire Updated: Jan-19-16 6:33 pm
PASADENA, California - Loretta Lynn's new record, her first studio album in more than a decade, likely won't be her last.
- Filmmaker Ken Burns to deliver prestigious Jefferson Lecture Updated: Jan-19-16 3:19 pm
NEW YORK - Acclaimed documentary filmmaker Ken Burns has been chosen to deliver the 2016 Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities, according to the National Endowment for the Humanities, which produces the event.
- Perry sorry for saying Lady Gaga is falsely credited on song Updated: Jan-18-16 7:23 pm
NEW YORK - Record producer Linda Perry says she's sorry for tweeting Lady Gaga doesn't deserve songwriting credit for the Oscar-nominated "Til it Happens to You," from the college campus sexual-assault documentary "The Hunting Ground."
- 'Making a Murderer' filmmakers say they expected backlash Updated: Jan-17-16 5:48 pm
PASADENA, California - The filmmakers behind Netflix's "Making a Murderer" documentary say they expected a backlash that would lead people in the media to demonize Steven Avery, the Wisconsin man whose prosecution in the 2005 death of a woman formed the centerpiece of the 10-part series issued last month.
- Documentary examines life and work of art forger Mark Landis Updated: Jan-16-16 9:01 am
SHEFFIELD, Alabama - Art forgery is an old crime, dating back to the renaissance and possibly back to the Roman Empire.