Roy, a chubby and naive manboy, is meeting his maker, Gilbert "Beto" Hernandez. Beto is still apologizing for his interview on VICE from two weeks ago.
The Vietnamese film industry is always in need of foreign-looking people to appear in the background of movies, but it can be a tricky ladder to climb.
Ed Templeton may be retired from skateboarding, but his photo game is still going strong. He talked to VICE about his upcoming book Wayward Cognitions, his company Toy Machine, and a possible upcoming, full-length skate video.
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.
Dapper Laughs won't be making the students of Cardiff "proper moist" for a while.
From the hundred spectators on the Borgo Maggiore sports field, to Wembley's 90,000, Aldo Simoncini's life is a paradox. You've probably never heard of him before but his career in soccer is a striking example of human endurance.
We talked to the Science... For Her! author about malls, feminist infighting, and her lord and savior, Jesus (Christ, natch).
I interviewed artist Jennifer Loeber about her pictures of Lorelei, a friend she met as a teenager in summer camp when Lorelei was still identifying as a male named Robert.
The academic Anne Helen Petersen has become internet famous and critically acclaimed for her examinations of the gossip industry and the way we talk about stars.
His new film In the Basement is all about the odd things his Austrian countrymen are up to in the darkest parts of their homes, and most of it is even (mostly) true.
Former Weekly World News staff members talk openly about their contributions these days. I thought it was time someone got in touch with the father of Bat Boy, Dick Kulpa.
When you flip through The Tenth, you get schooled on a version of gay black manhood developed on its own terms and written in its own words, by gay black men, for gay black men.
Martine Baret has been investigating for suspicious Parisians for nearly 50 years.
Whit Stillman and I were talking about how brokenhearted women often go to Paris. "I don't think it's necessarily a destination a brokenhearted guy would choose," he said. "He might go to Alaska and die in the wilderness."
The sex toy company LeLuv has started using 3-D printers to create hypoallergenic, glow-in-the-dark dildos that customers can purchase with Bitcoin.
Beatriz Preciado takes testosterone neither as part of a medical protocol nor as a component of gender re-assignment. His self-managed testosterone intake is a tool for "gender-hacking."
Reading Juliet Escoria's Black Cloud feels as if you are reading a diary that someone wrote with the intention of it one day being found, for both her and your benefit. In other words, it is intimate.
Jowita Bydlowska's new memoir Drunk Mom chronicles her relapse into alcohol addiction, which overlapped with her first year of motherhood. In the unflinchingly honest narrative, Bydlowska's attempts to hide her drinking are matched by her attempts
What one moment seems to me like nothing, the next moment, through Rivka Galchen's eyes, becomes the world. I think one could ask nothing more from a her collection of stories.
As the exhibition title suggests, dozen Roses, on view at Higher Pictures through August 1, features twelve images of Melee's mother, Rose.
Robert McKee has lectured on storytelling for three decades, and his book Story is the bible for screenwriters. Alec Sokolow and Tony Camin are a screenwriting team in Los Angeles. They recently called McKee to talk shop and discuss What the Duc…
Young God recalls the early short stories of Joy Williams, or the drug haze of Denis Johnson. I can't resist calling the book "contusional" for this very reason—like a bruise, it lingers long after the initial blow.
"My films question not only the dominant culture, but the gay orthodoxy as well."
She's cooked pizza, fish soup, birthday cake, and something she calls "testicle tacos" using her coffeemaker. She doesn't actually drink much coffee.