Errol Morris talks about “The B-Side” and Donald Trump’s favorite movie.
"East of Salinas" profiles Sherwood Elementary School in Salinas Valley, California, where 90 percent of students are the children of migrant farmworkers.
One of the world’s most prolific art forgers got caught. But he’ll never be prosecuted, because he donated all his fakes.
“We killed happily,” a former Indonesian death-squad leader says as he re-enacts a murder in the astonishing documentary "The Act of Killing."
The Wolfpack brothers do insanely good impressions of Batman and Joker to win the internet this week. Plus: little girl does a mean Aretha Franklin and robots fall down a lot.
A new documentary called "Shake The Dust" explores break-dancing culture from Yemen to Colombia, and its director says the grassroots hip-hip scenes he found around the world may be truer to the genre's New York roots than anything else around.
Fifty Shades of Hutt, a "Total Eclipse of the Heart" explainer, and classical music's chest-baring heartthrob win the internet this week.
William Onyeabor is one of the most unique Nigerian performers of the ’70s and ’80s and also, very likely, the most mysterious. While we covered Onyeabor in our exploration of synthesizers in Africa, the new documentary Fantastic Man, directed by ...<a class="meta-nav" href="http://www.afropop.org/wp/16968/onyeabor-mystery-persists-in-new-documentary/"> Read more »</a>