At this year’s Sundance, Jennifer Fox’s film stood out for its harrowing exploration of the director’s own experience as a teenage girl.
In the Great Basin, a lone migrant worker tends to thousands of sheep across the vast landscape.
A jockey competes in Indian Relay, a dangerous and high-stakes horse-racing tradition.
Krzysztof and Wiola love to ski together—even though one of them is blind.
When Roman Baca returned from serving in the Iraq War, he started a dance company. Now he helps other veterans heal from trauma through ballet.
For months, neighbors passed a 7-year-old girl in the hallway of their apartment building. One day, she was gone.
A British mother recounts the harrowing story of her son’s radicalization and subsequent death on the front lines in Syria.
The artist’s nightmarish black-and-white drawings confront the most unsettling themes of our culture.
Richard and Kim know a thing or two about Los Angeles murders.
Kashmiri artists process the trauma of living in the world’s most militarized zone.
In the U.K., many LGBTQ farmers feel isolated and live a life plagued by secrecy and guilt. Their only solace is a hotline.
During natural disasters, who rescues the animals society has forgotten?
China’s underground rap scene fights back against the surveillance state.
A rez golf course challenges the sport’s elitist reputation.
In California’s Central Valley, residents cope with the devastation of a water crisis and the uncertainty of their future.
A Philadelphia man keeps the dream of the video store alive.
A professional cat portraitist reveals the secrets to his delicate craft.
Milton Abel II reflects on the event that led to his decision to leave the upper echelon of the restaurant world.
Meet pint-size future grand masters at the 2019 Elementary Chess Championships.
In the 2018 midterm elections, Robb Ryerse ran for Congress on a platform that rejected Trumpism.
The 9/11 Memorial is both a tourist destination and a graveyard. How do we interact with it?