Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney set out to make a very different kind of movie than his new doc, The Armstrong Lie. Here, he talks about reinventing a film in progress and working with the Armstrong machine.
Lance Armstrong—that’s who I have to thank for my renewed brainpower. But it’s not what you think—no performance-enhancing drugs here. In fact, I’ve never even met the guy. But his story taught me something valuable about how human memory works, and how we can manipulate it with technology.
Lied to by Lance Armstrong. Ditched by Nike. Thrown into "survivorship" mode. The resilient leader of an embattled foundation talks with Fast Company senior writer Ellen McGirt about moving past trouble.