The Creators Project's new documentary explores how researchers and technologists are bringing Hollywood's digital humans to life.
THUMP caught up with one of the documentary's stars, DJ Spoko, to learn more about the future of the South African dance music movement.
In response to a FOIA lawsuit filed by VICE News, Clinton's emails will be made available to VICE News and other organizations that sued for the records before they are released to the public.
We Are Your Friends, indeed.
It's called C.W. Pencil Enterprise, and it's sort of amazing.
For a number of young players released from their contracts, selling large quantities of cocaine seems like the easiest way to maintain the lifestyle they once enjoyed.
We don't need to sanitize academic discussions. We need to reframe them so that students can feel comfortable enough to participate.
DICE's impressive new Battlefront has the look and feel of the movies down cold, but isn't it time Lucasfilm let game developers do more ambitious things with the universe?
The Palestinian Football Association is asking FIFA to suspend Israel, but Israel argues that Palestine is just playing politics. Either way, a vote is looming.
NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton thinks the city needs 450 new cops to focus on the latest terrorist threat. Is he right?
The Honeycomb Rabbits are Steven Weissman's interpretation of the Watership Down characters.
Every year, the people of Citilcum meet up to beat a ton of animals to death.
There's a lot more to being a bellboy than lugging people's bags up flights of stairs.
Welcome to the world of adulthood, where long hours, letting your friends mooch off you, and babysitting horrible teens is your new reality.
As the flip-flop re-emerges on the runways at Vuitton and Dior, we take a minute to question fashion's perverse obsession with quasi-orthopedic footwear, from Tevas to Birkenstocks to shower slides.
The Irish LGBT community is caught in the middle of a heated battle between the country's liberals and conservatives, and some are feeling exposed and isolated.
We spoke to the UFO researcher who broke the "spider rain" story that has now gone viral across the globe.
We talked to Sean Hape on the phone from Sydney about landing the role, the growing cult of his character, and the only thing that will endure the apocalypse: nü-metal.
A Monday ruling offers hope of new witness testimony for the man convicted of murder in 2000.
We asked experts for insight into what tearing into a rack of Tyrannosaur ribs would be like, from a flavor and texture perspective, and it doesn't sound half bad.
The UK's new minister for culture thinks the TV license fee is "worse than a poll tax" and it's generating fear throughout the BBC. "There's a feeling that it's the end," said an in-house producer we spoke to.
Gory video games are something we can discuss, and learn from. But CGI-heavy flicks full of devastation but no deaths? Hardly.
As a CIA employee conducted research for a clandestine review of the agency's 'enhanced interrogation program,' she discovered falsehoods in the official narrative put forth by both the CIA and President George W. Bush.
A design for a flag to unite all Earthlings.