Watch now. Title: Your American Teen A documentary about the present condition of many young adults in America.
We track down and interview the stars of great non-fiction films
Teenagers Face Daunting Hardships
On the surface it seems harmless enough -- camera crews follow a group of small-town students during their senior year of high school for a film project designed to capture the transitional moments between childhood and adulthood. The film that sparked a bidding war after its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January -- and earned Burstein honors for directing -- also has been criticized as too glossy and too willfully mainstream. Some question its authenticity. For this project, Burstein said she set her sights on capturing the rituals of the teenage years as honestly as possible. Some things had changed, but the real emotional core of what you go through at that age very much stays the same.
But what happened after the credits rolled? And what did the fates have in store for these memorable characters once the cameras packed up and left? Turning no leaf unturned to track them down and burning the midnight phonebill to speak to them, Empire found out. Here the stars of these six outstanding docs tell us what happened next. The Donkey Kong world record doesn't sound like the kind of issue to provoke two men to near-Biblical levels of animosity, but as documentary King Of Kong: A Fistful Of Quarters records, that's exactly what came to pass. Some serious Old Testament shit. With a giant ape. Two gamers, reigning champion Billy Mitchell and challenger Steve Wiebe, compete for the crown of the arcade gaming world.
Watch the video. The story of three young boxers and their coach who is determined to guide them in a positive direction in and out of the ring. Documentary about legendary Paramount producer Robert Evans the film shares the same name as Evans's famous autobiography. A look at the life and work of Hillary Rodham Clinton, interweaving biographical chapters of her life with behind-the-scenes footage from her U. Tech tycoon John McAfee made millions from his antivirus software. Now, he may be best known his bizarre and scandalous lifestyle.