This short film contains some of the few audio recordings of Charles Manson since he's been incarcerated. It features the psychedelic art of Leah Shore and voice of Manson parsing everything from God to suicide.
Celia Rowlson-Hall's gorgeous feature-length silent film "Ma" re-imagines the life of the Virgin Mary.
Even for a professional, movie-fueled disassociation is inevitable when covering TIFF.
In just two-and-a-half years, Sweden has reached gender equality in their film funding, bankrolling and bringing an equal number of male and female directors to Swedish cinemas.
Like my white friends, I learned how to be a proper teenager through movies – except for most of the films I watched didn't have any real black characters.
Welcome to our first British instalment of VICE Talks Film, the series where we sit down with the most talented minds in the movie world to discuss their work and how they're looking to push the boundaries of cinema.
We met the filmmakers of Welcome to Leith to talk about their terrifying and visually striking new documentary about white supremacists in Leith, North Dakota.
We talked to the film's director, Jerry Rothwell, about founder Bob Hunter, how the group nearly got blown up by a nuclear bomb, and how Greenpeace's direct action impacts today.
In his first interview about the film, the documentarian explains how his movie Where to Invade Next is actually a comedy.
Craig Roberts is the witty not-a-Welsh-boy-not-yet-a-Welsh-man who has earned his place on screen as the Adrian Mole vibe kid with his dry portrayal of weirdo adolescence. This time, he's behind the camera too.
Call Me Lucky tells the story of Barry Crimmins, a comedian and sexual abuse survivor who took on AOL in the 90s for inadequately dealing with the child pornography circulating through its chat rooms.
In his new documentary, filmmaker Stanley Nelson shows how the same issues that spurred the Black Panthers to organise 50 years ago are still relevant today.
He's really gunning for that Oscar.
We sat with the film's breakout star to discuss the challenges of her performance, working with Kristen Wiig and Alexander Skarsgård, and the taboo subject of female sexuality in films.
In Spain, sex work laws are vague and they've created a culture where demand for sex is at an all-time high.
The French director's latest film parallels her brother's attempt to make it as a DJ at the birth of the Paris House scene.
The iconic actor sat down with us to talk about the nuances of the movie industry, the evolution of his career, and his latest role as a crooked lawman in Cop Car.
How has a franchise about cartoon dudes punching each other lasted nearly 30 years?
VICE spent the day with filmmaker Matthew Heineman during his first visit back to Mexico since the making of his unflinching documentary Cartel Land.
We talked to some leading psychologists who think that film has the potential to increase society's understanding of mental health problems like schizophrenia, depression and anxiety.
In the small city of Saint-Eustache, a revved-up car rally was held in honor of the fallen Fast and Furious star, much to the chagrin of the local cops.
The Oscar-nominated director discusses his follow-up film to the critically-acclaimed The Art of Killing, which also chronicles the disturbing aftermath of the 1965 Indonesian genocide.
Amy Heckerling's iconic retelling of Jane Austen's Emma remains timeless for its inventive language, deftly created characters, and iconic costume design.
This week sees the release of the final part in the trilogy. Here's why I'll be going to see it.