Director Tom Gould made a film about Las Vegas, the first titty bar he ever snuck into.
Karl Edwards knows digital photography isn't just for tech nerds and your mom.
We talked to Göran Hugo Olsson, the director of the new documentary—narrated by Lauryn Hill—that brings Frantz Fanon's thinking to the big screen.
The emergence of out and open LGBT characters in sci-fi TV series suggests that yes, it is.
I interviewed former Daily Star journalist Rich Peppiatt about his new film in which he trolls newspaper editors.
The legendary, acclaimed comedian, writer, and director of stage and screen passed away yesterday at the age of 83.
We talked to the documentarian behind STOP, a film about the national embarrassment that is the NYPD's routine hassling of young black and Hispanic men.
A vacant 525-bed Oregon prison is being used to showcase America's obsession with mass incarceration.
The film is a spectacularly absurd story comprised of little vignettes that are linked together by the path of a bouncing red ball.
How the movie helped me come out after my time as a student in Newcastle, which I spent trying and failing to get my closeted rugby-playing sex partner to commit.
In preparation for the theatrical release of 'A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night', the brooding vampire noir film that recently blew everyone away at Sundance, we talked with director Ana Lily Amipour and Elijah Wood, who co-produced the film.
"As long as people have been getting on bikes, people have been getting off on bikes," says the Reverend Phil Sano, founder of the Bike Smut Film Festival.
He's a World Cup winner and a cult hero from his time at Chelsea. Now Frank Leboeuf is trying his hand at acting, and he's actually pretty good.
We talked to the Iranian journalist, who was arrested and interrogated for months for appearing on The Daily Show and is now the subject of Jon Stewart's directorial debut, Rosewater.
When hip-hop radio host Wendy Williams started her talk show, nobody expected her to inherit Oprah's throne, but today she's set to become a media empress.
This week, VICE premiered "This Charming Man," a meta music video from James Franco's band, Daddy, which is based off of a poem cycle inspired by the Smiths. Here are a few words about the project from James, as well as a few original poems.
Director Bennett Miller spent seven years making his third feature film, Foxcatcher—a retelling of the true story of millionaire heir John du Pont's fateful relationship with a pair of Olympic wrestlers, Mark and Dave Schultz.
We were in a real race against time to mitigate the chance of the film being completely shitty. We did not win that race.
John Goodman's screwball comedy is pure fucking evil.
And if "cool" is gimp masks and adrenaline shots to the heart, then I'm kind of OK with that.
Ahndraya Parlato and Gregory Halpern's new book 'East of the Sun, West of the Moon' contains photos taken only on solstices and equinoxes.
I love an acting-career comeback, especially for someone as deserving as Jake Gyllenhaal. His role as a creepy, Los Angeles crime videographer in Nightcrawler signals a career revival that could be the next McConaissance.
Director Damien Chazelle's film about a young jazz drummer and his teacher is the most tension-packed movie of the season.
In the pitch-black comedy short The Body, Alfie Allen from Game of Thrones stars as a murderer who wraps up a corpse and lugs it down London's busy streets and sidewalks.