Among the black entertainers who worked to ensure civil rights throughout the 20th century, Harry Belafonte’s demeanor has proven a remarkable teaching tool.
Fools on the Hill is a documentary that’s purpose is to mandate that lawmakers read bills before they vote on them.
Some Hollywood heavy-hitters took notice of a group of actors with developmental disabilities and turned them into movie stars.
Film maker Denny Tedesco is in the Twin Cities to debut his music documentary titled “The Wrecking Crew”.
A documentary called “the Undefeated,” which details the political rise of Sarah Palin, will open next month in select theaters, but Friday night a special screening will be held at the Hilton hotel in Minneapolis.
Why shame on a Bieber? The boy’s just trying to do right by his fans, God and the legacy of pop music. Where does all this hostility come from?
There’s a new documentary coming out on Nancy Reagan’s role in the White House. We’ve got a link to a preview story.
The largest mass execution in U.S. history occurred 148 years ago, when 38 Dakota warriors were hanged from a single scaffold in Mankato.
Thursday night is the premier of a new HBO documentary on Post-Traumatic-Stress-Disorder. Chad Hartman talks to it’s co-director, Jon Alpert.
by Reg Chapman, WCCO-TV MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Too many gay teenagers are taking their lives to escape being taunted or beat up by bullies at school. Their stories sparked one survivor to share his own […]