And an exciting feature debut for Texan director Iliana Sosa.
A new documentary on progressive politics in Texas is an ode to the growing pains of a changing state.
Netflix’s runaway hit is a salacious interpersonal drama that buried what could have been a hard-hitting exposé of the patchwork regulations that are failing to protect animal welfare and public safety.
A new documentary on policing in San Antonio makes a simple suggestion: Instead of arresting mentally ill people, listen to them.
In this contemplative, vulnerable new documentary, a group of friends try to understand why their former classmate embraced radical Islam.
Co-opted by whites, country music was largely shaped by black and immigrant musicians.
If only she were around today.
The new documentary asks why a minister self-immolated in the town of Grand Saline, but doesn’t uncover any new answers.
Featuring heartrending stories, Weed the People aims to change the stigma around cannabis treatment — but fails to look much outside its California bubble.