We caught up with the veteran filmmaker at Cannes to talk about his two newest films, the poetic Paterson and the Iggy Pop and the Stooges documentary Gimme Danger.
Laura Poitras's new documentary offers a thrilling and intimate look into the life of one of the most controversial journalists in the world.
We spoke to actress Rachel Wiesz about her starring role in Yorgos Lanthimos's sci-fi comedy thriller that exposes the absurdities of modern relationships.
The legendary German filmmaker and rule-flouter is teaching an online filmmaking course at MasterClass—no storyboards or yoga allowed.
Andrea Arnold's American Honey, which explores a usually ignored side of the country, is the talk of Cannes.
In the memoir Stanley Kubrick and Me: Thirty Years at His Side, the director's longtime assistant sheds light on Kubrick's famously controlled sets and offers a unique portrait of one of the 20th century's most famous filmmakers.
The 80-year-old director's Cannes premiere of Café Society arrived on the heels of a renewed controversy over sexual abuse allegations.
Ben Affleck, Robin Wright, and Jesse Eisenberg examine David Fincher's films and discuss what it was like to work with the prolific director.
The latest installment in the Star Wars franchise is more than just a movie, it's a nostalgia trip meant to be consumed by generations of fans primed to love it. But what about the non-fans?
We caught up with the Hateful Eight star to talk about his penchant for Westerns, working with Tarantino, and that time Snake Plissken startled four badass guys in East St. Louis.
The controversial new film tells a story of gun violence that's deeply personal to me, but he gets it wrong.
Was Mad Max even Australian? Of course it was.
We talked to the director about his new short Swimming in Your Skin Again, a mesmerizing, non-narrative tour of images and sound.
Anders Weberg plans to show his last movie, Ambiancé, all over the world on December 31, 2020, then destroy it.
The movie, based on a Greek play and mostly written in rhyming couplets, throws a lot of stuff at the wall and hopes it sticks.
There were many men with guns before one shot Malala.
Victoria is a genre movie told in real time in a single steady, unbroken scene. It's taut, at times sweet, often stressful, and surprisingly intimate. It's also a total stunt.
We met up with director Jonas Carpignano to talk about his new film that intimately portrays the difficult, dangerous, and human side of the West African immigrant experience in Italy.
We met up with the filmmaker to discuss his new film, an exploration of lesbian love in the homophobic 1950s.
The Sunshine Makers is a new documentary that shares the untold story of the chemists-turned-criminals who altered the psychedelic world.
The magnum opus of outsider filmmaker John S. Rad wants to be a grim thriller. Instead, it's a bizarre and hilarious testament to the difficulties of creating art.
We spoke to George Gittoes, whose astonishing new documentary, Snow Monkey, is like The Act of Killing meets The Wolfpack meets Lawrence of Arabia—with the Taliban and ISIS thrown in.
VICE sits down with the French-Argentinian filmmaker to talk about his controversial and sexually explicit new film, Love.
The award-winning short Small People with Hats is highly original, disturbing, and possibly the best animated thing you'll watch all year.