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.
From pud-pulling in a French prison to mother-son BJs in suburban Maryland, here's an overview of unsimulated sex acts on the silver screen.
We also talked about realism, lapsed Catholicism, and why he doesn't like The Shining.
The independent theater would like your help to keep screening the genre, art-house, and experimental films you can't find anywhere else.
The influential Taiwanese filmmaker's gorgeous new movie centers on a woman who kills men, doesn't speak, and barely shows any skin.
We caught up with British director to talk about his third TV series—This England '90—and the death of subculture.
We talked to the godfather of trash about Joan Crawford, Elizabeth Taylor, and the worst movies known to man.
We talked to some leading psychologists who think that movie's the potential to increase society's understanding of problems like schizophrenia, depression, and anxiety.
Hours after John Russell Houser killed two women before shooting himself, a portrait has emerged of a man with a history of mental illness who frightened his own family.
Complaining about people being attracted to the world's biggest film industry is like saying that you have the freest country in the world, then complaining when immigrants turn up to be part of it. Who would be that stupid?
Most of the films came from the late 70s and 80s, a period known as the "tax shelter era" of Canadian film, which has been written off by anyone with taste.
This week sees the release of the final part in the disgusting trilogy. Here's why you should go see it.
How does the new Channing Tatum movie measure up to the reality of the daily grind for a British male stripper?
Indian-born filmmaker and LGBT activist Parvez Sharma's new documentary A Sinner in Mecca is a rare glimpse at a gay man's journey to Saudi Arabia.
A bitter ex-boyfriend seeks revenge in Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow's first film, Home Base.
To be a white terrorist in American cinema is to enjoy a very basic right: to be complicated, to be messy, to be human.
Rick Famuyiwa's new film melds film genres in an effort to trick moviegoers into seeing it's young black male protagonist as an actual human being. But while breaking down some stereotypes, it also reinforces others.
We talked to Crystal Moselle about her new documentary The Wolfpack, which won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance 2015.