Lo and Behold argues that the middle ground between devoting your life to social networks and aggressively disconnecting is becoming an impossibility.
The awkward king of documentaries shares everything from childhood neurosis to the time he had one giant testicle.
We spoke to filmmaker Jon Bowermaster about his new documentary Dear President Obama: The Clean Revolution Is Now, which tells the stories of American families fighting the fracking industry.
Stinson Hunter is responsible for over 50 convictions of men caught grooming young girls. He held a meet-and-greet for his fans. Here's what happened.
Iwao Hakamada spent 46 years on death row for a crime he didn't commit. After his release in 2014, at age 78, director Kim Sungwoong documented his reintroduction to the outside.
We reviewed Don DeLillo's new novel Zero K, HBO's documentary on Robert Mapplethorpe, Parquet Courts's new album Human Performance, and more.
Vita Activa: The Spirit of Hannah Arendt is an important reminder of humanity in our current age of Islamophobia and unreflective everyday life.
Between footage of North Korean military parades, frighteningly beautiful explosions, and powerful images of Hiroshima and Nagasaki burn victims, the bomb reminds us of the very real problems buried beneath our feet.
We spoke to the filmmaker behind Inside the Chinese Closet, a documentary that follows young gay people in China looking for a fake heterosexual partnership to appease their parents.
In our new documentary Year of Mercy, Jo Fuertes Knight investigates how strict new reproductive health laws are having fatal consequences in the Philippines.
Today marks the 20-year anniversary of the murder of Haing S. Ngor, which some believe was ordered by the Khmer Rouge in response to his role in The Killing Fields.
"I hate Winnipeg" might be the most famous lyric written about my home city, but I can't help but think how the godawful winters helped make us eccentric weirdos.
Vlach magic is an integral part in everyday life in eastern Serbia, but the country's mainstream media has linked the practice to mass killings and crime across the country. Is there any truth to those claims?
In Uncle Howard, Aaron Brookner embarks on a mission to reclaim the lost negative of his uncle's famed doc on William Burroughs with the help of Jim Jarmusch and other New York icons.
With virtually no money these guys managed to make a documentary series that became one of the first Australian shows ever picked up by Netflix.
VICE Germany explores what happens to refugees once they reach Berlin and gets an uncensored look at the city's inept housing accommodations and the hostels profiting from the growing crisis.
Something to Come, premiering on HBO Europe this week, follows a child in a Russian garbage dump over the course of 14 years.
A new documentary shows how planting the seeds of social change begins with knowing where your food comes from.
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.