A Hip Hop Artist Reunites With His Homeless Father. Laura Poitras Documents Julian Assange.

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in the film, 'Asylum.'

L. Douglas Wilder was the first African American governor in the U.S., and he recounts his saga, including when he got the nomination, to actually winning office. Jessica Posner and Kennedy Odede tell their tale of falling in love in the largest slum in Africa, and working to change poverty-stricken lives. Filmmakers Annie Sundberg and Ricki Stern discuss their documentary, "In My Father's House," alongside its star Che "Rhymefest" Smith. Plus, Laura Poitras, Charlotte Cook, and AJ Schnack talk about their episodic documentary shorts that deal with developing stories, one of which features WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.