Jeremy Lamberton directed the film and also produced with "The Apparition" filmmaker Todd Lincoln
Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering took on the incendiary topic of rape in the American military for the Oscar-nominated documentary
This awards season has brought an array of largesse and silliness -- though not to Academy members
The International Documentary Association nominates "Searching for Sugar Man," "The Invisible War," "The Central Park Five," "The Queen of Versailles" and "Women With Cows" for...
A change in the Oscar documentary process could help unconventional films like "Samsara" and "Searching for Sugar Man" -- but maybe not "2016 Obama's America"
"The Invisible War," director Kirby Dick's documentary about rape in the U.S. military, has been screened agressively for military leaders -- and led the Defense...
TheWrap interviews five rape victims who for the first time publicly discuss their ordeal in a new documentary by Kirby Dick