Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker
Errol Morris is an Academy-award winning filmmaker, best known for Thin Blue Line, Gates of Heaven, The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara and The Unknown Known: The Life and Times of Donald Rumsfeld.
For his new documentary project Wormwood , filmmaker Errol Morris spent days interviewing Erik Olson, a man who grew up believing his father Frank -- an Army scientist with…
Dec. 11, 2017from The Business
Filmmaker Errol Morris discusses his famed interview device, the interrotron, which allows the subjects of his films to maintain eye contact both with the camera and him during the…
Apr. 12, 2014from The Business
In Errol Morris' Oscar-winning film, The Fog of War , former Defense Secretary Robert McNamara was conscience-stricken over the war in Vietnam.
Apr. 2, 2014from To the Point
President Trump has finally changed course, seeing COVID-19 as no longer a “hoax.” Experts predict the pandemic could kill up to 200,000 Americans.
Apr. 2from To the Point
The CDC is recommending that all Americans should wear cloth masks or other face coverings if they go out in public — amid new concerns that infected people with no symptoms can still…
Apr. 2from Design and Architecture
How is the coronavirus pandemic affecting our judicial system?
Mar. 18from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
With Hollywood mostly shut down, we check in with people dealing with this difficult time across the industry.
Mar. 30from The Business
Over the past week, the TV industry moved quickly to first get rid of live audiences at late night tapings and game shows. Now those productions have been shut down altogether.
Mar. 17from Screengrab
In July 2016, more than a year before the #MeToo movement began, Gretchen Carlson made a bold decision to sue Fox News chief Roger Ailes for sexual harassment.
Mar. 16from The Business
Americans see coronavirus in terms of politics more than public health. Blue states are enforcing “social distancing.” Red states are reluctant.
Mar. 26from To the Point
"Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution," evokes the history of a camp for disabled kids that flourished in the Catskills in the 1960s and 1970s.
Mar. 27from Film Reviews
Justin Jangwoo Kim, a political fundraiser, has agreed to plead guilty to a federal bribery charge for helping a real estate developer pay off an LA City Councilmember.
Mar. 20from KCRW Features