We talked to British-Jamaican filmmaker Cecile Emeke about her thoughtful web series, which shines a light on the lives of black people everywhere.
The men are protesting against the decision by Macedonian authorities to turn away those who do not come from war zones such as Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq.
Guys like old video games, we get it. So what separates Nintendo Quest from any other story about retro obsessives? We spoke to its makers.
Guevedoces are born lacking an enzyme that converts testosterone into dihydrotestosterone, which causes them to look female. Meanwhile, their testicles are hidden inside their bodies.
Ida Storm filmed herself for years in an attempt to structure her thoughts, and these clips have been crafted into a documentary.
We spoke with Toronto filmmaker Lucah Rosenberg-Lee, who explores transphobia, sexism, and racism in his new documentary.
In this excerpt from VICE's new film LARPing Saved My Life, we learn about the mental health benefits of live-action roleplaying.
Noisey's new film, The Redemption of the Devil, follows the rockstar turned right-wing evangelist as he becomes a Catholic minister, makes music with Josh Homme, and battles for custody of his child.
VICE talked to filmmaker Jeanie Finlay about her new documentary, the story of musician Jimmy 'Orion' Ellis who had an uncanny resemblance—both physically and musically—to the King.
And a little bit about their super weird doc.
Stuart Swezey's Desolation Center shows were illicit desert festivals—drug-addled parties for LA punks which would influence Coachella and Lollapalooza and then disappear as quickly as they came.
A new documentary claims that the idea for Soap shoes came from a few kids who placed a fake news story on MTV.
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.
The new documentary Dressed As a Girl captures the past few years of London's drag scene. We sat down with two of its stars to discuss the city's drag history, how it's currently being redefined, and how to turn your drag act into a career.
VICE Germany headed to Poland to see how the country is prepared to defend itself from invasion with a homegrown paramilitary resistance.
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.