The conclusion of Morgan Spurlock's five-part analysis of hot docs sharpens focus on "Hoop Dreams," "Super Size Me," "An Inconvenient Truth" and "Roger & Me." Interviewed: Al Gore; Michael Moore; Errol Morris; D.A. Pennebaker; Chris Hegedus; Rob Epstein; Jeffrey Friedman; Tony Hawk; and Jack Osbourne.
Host Morgan Spurlock continues his countdown of hot docs by traveling to Pittsburgh to explore the transvestite ball scene, the subject of the 1990 film "Paris Is Burning." Interviewees include Nick Broomfield, Jared Leto and Aisha Tyler.
Bansky's "Exit Through the Gift Shop" is spotlighted as the host continues to count down the Top 50 documentaries from the past 25 years. Included: a chat with Thierry Guetta (aka Mr. Brainwash), the film's star; and its producer, Jaimie D'Cruz. Also interviewed: Michael Moore; Henry Rollins; Brian Graden; Joan Churchill.
Morgan Spurlock travels to rural Missouri to meet Levi O'Brien, a young preacher who starred in the controversial hit "Jesus Camp," about a fundamentalist Christian retreat for youngsters. Spurlock also chats with filmmakers Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady; Al Gore; Tony Hawk; Jared Leto; and Aisha Tyler.
Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock ("Super Size Me") begins his five-part countdown of the Top 50 documentaries from the past 25 years. In the series premiere, he meets controversial gamer Billy Mitchell, star of Seth Gordon's "King of Kong."