We spoke to the filmmakers who stepped into the mind and horrific childhood of the late Australian artist, who hung out with INXS and U2, collaborated with some of the most famous people on the planet, and lived a life of lies.
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.
The Canadian He-Man lookalike was almost a rock star before mismanagement, a bizarre kidnapping, and a series of health issues derailed his dreams.
Autism in girls is not acknowledged enough, which is why this film is so important.
We spoke to Natalie Bullock Brown, who's creating a documentary that dissects the messages black women receive about beauty.
We went down to Catemaco, Mexico—the Disneyland of satanic tourists—to check out all the chicken killing, voodoo dolls, and spirit possessions the town had to offer.
Asif Kapadia's Amy is a brilliant reminder of why we fell in love with pop music's greatest recent jazz singer. But it tells a skewed story of the 27-year-old's death.
The second intifada brings to mind bus bombings and terror acts. The first intifada was somewhat more peaceful, and it involved cows.
We spoke to French-English journalist Manon Loizeau, who recently went back to Chechnya years after the end of its devastating war to make a new documentary.
VICE engaged the Wolfpack to make their first original short film on a soundstage, Mirror Heart—this is the making of that film.
VICE worked with the Wolfpack to make an original short film about a cast of dreamlike characters who unify around the necessity to create.
We spoke to the director of Rubble Kings about the bad old days in the Bronx, how NYC gangs reached an historic truce, and whether his film will resonate with city kids today.
We talked to the Parks and Recreation star about her shift to being behind the camera and the documentary she recently produced on Miami's amateur porn industry.
The documentary is a gripping look at two vigilante groups and their shared enemy—the drug cartels who wreak havoc on their towns.
Sleep paralysis is a nightmare experienced while you're awake, paralyzed in your bed while dark figures lurk nearby. Ascher's new documentary explores the terrifying experience.
For The Gayby Project, Australian filmmaker Maya Newell spent four years documentary the lives of children with same-sex parents.
Talking with New Zealand director, Christopher Dudman, about his Christchurch earthquake documentary "The Day That Changed My Life".
Travis Blue imitated Laura Palmer to get through a rough childhood, growing up queer in the Pacific Northwest. Now filmmaker Adam Baran wants to tell Blue's story.
Hot Docs is one of the most prestigious documentary film festivals in the world, which means that it's also a marketplace with millions of dollars at stake.
The winner of the 2015 Hot Docs Outstanding Achievement Award tells VICE about his love for Canada, his disappeared friend, and the deadly and famous cameraman scene in The Battle of Chile.
The group is currently showing their work in a gallery in the UK.
A group of Scottish factory workers refused to repair warplanes that had arrived from Chile during the 1973 Pinochet Coup. The were told that their solidarity was meaningless. Now, a new film tells another story.
Ex-soviet soldier turned self-proclaimed savior, "Crocodile Gennadiy," is the subject of a new documentary. We talked to its director, Steve Hoover.
The smog in Beijing is bad, but the incompetent official attempts to clean it up have been worse.