More than 70 years after he killed himself, the Nazi fuhrer has unexpectedly popped up in old family movie collections. Never-before-seen footage of Hitler is "a very rare thing indeed," a documentary expert says.
When it comes to the Syrian war, we often hear about good versus evil. But anti-regime Syrian filmmaker Ali Sheikh Khudr found a more complicated picture when he began filming a documentary on his cousin, who later joined the Syrian Army.
Filipino journalist Orlando de Guzman traveled Ferguson, Missouri, to document the killing of Michael Brown, and found a legacy of entrenched discrimination and police abuse that reminded him of his own experiences back home.
Lebanese film director Mahmoud Kaabour wanted to tell the story of the people who build Dubai. His documentary, "Champ of the Camp," uses the singing competition that takes places in the labor camps across the UAE to examine their situation.
About 50 years ago, Cesar Chavez started a movement for farmworker rights that brought together the Filipino and Mexican communities in California and led to vast change. A new film, one of several, brings powerful scenes and memories, especially for those who were part of the movement.