Laura Farber's documentary "We Are Columbine" makes its Colorado debut this weekend at the Denver Film Festival.
The four-part series recreates life in America generations before the arrival of the Europeans using archeology, oral traditions and 3-D technology.
Rafael Pease has carved tracks down 90 mountains and volcanoes, some more than 20,000 feet high, over the past three years.
The documentary filmmaker receives the Wallace Stegner Award for his contributions to the West at CU Boulder on Oct. 2.
Shelby Bean plays for the Gallaudet University football team, which signals plays in sign language.
A new documentary, "The Interpreters," explores the lives of translators who have targets on their backs.
A new documentary, "The Last Honey Hunter," shows what it takes to harvest hallucinogenic honey in Nepal.
Tibbs is the subject of "Floating Horses," a film that will screen at this weekend's DocuWest festival.
A Grand Junction documentary team went to Nepal to find out why the country hasn't used billions in recovery aid.
Former Denver Post Editor Greg Moore, Documentary Chronicles Syrian Refugees' Journey, Diabetic Kids Test An 'Artificial Pancreas'
Former Denver Post Editor Greg Moore led The Denver Post at a tough time of circulation declines and employee layoffs -- but his tenure also included four Pulitzer Prizes. Then, two Fort Collins filmmakers followed Syrian refugees for the documentary "ALWADI: A Journey of Hope." And, diabetic kids went skiing to test out a new "artificial pancreas" that delivers insulin.