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.
We met with director Jake Witzenfeld to talk about his new documentary that follows the struggles and victories of three young, gay Palestinian men in Tel Aviv.
The Canadian He-Man lookalike was almost a rock star before mismanagement, a bizarre kidnapping, and a series of health issues derailed his dreams.
Amy Heckerling's iconic retelling of Jane Austen's Emma remains timeless for its inventive language, deftly created characters, and iconic costume design.
Be a good Melburnian and talk in obscure film references for a few weeks.
The classic 2001 Vin Diesel film was my entry into a world of cars and speed I haven't left since.
Writer and director Steve Dildarian has crafted a hilariously deadpan call to environmental action starring a couple of sharks.
The director of The Act of Killing and The Look of Silence has made two documentary epic poems about long-ignored Indonesian war crimes.
The new documentary Do I Sound Gay? explores the surprising number of mincing, sibilant animated villains with a penchant for extravagant hats.
Jul 14, 2015
We caught up with director Penelope Spheeris to talk about her iconic series and her career.
We spoke to Sean Baker, the director behind this year's breakout Sundance film, about depicting the world of two trans women of color as a white, male director.
Complaining about people being attracted to the world's biggest film industry is like saying that you have the freest country in the world, then complaining when immigrants turn up to be part of it. Who would be that stupid?
Brothers Mukunda and Narayana Angulo of 'The Wolfpack' made their own Pulp Fiction and Dark Knight reenactments with cereal boxes, cardboard, paper, tape, and the occasional yoga mat.
This blog takes popular movies and features only the lines spoken by people of color. They're all really short.
Filmed in 1974, A Poem Is a Naked Person is an album on film with an all-star cast, including Willie Nelson, George Jones, and Jim Franklin.
In this episode of VICE Talks Film, director Kathryn Bigelow interviews filmmaker Matthew Heineman about his Sundance Awardºwinning documentary, Cartel Land.
The documentary, featuring Nas, Kanye, and Pharrell, is both a celebration of early hip-hop culture and an indictment of the brand capitalization that followed.
We Skyped with French director Mia Hansen-Løve about her "low-key epic," her brother Sven of the DJ duo Cheers, and how to film a good club scene.
We talked about everything from quantum mechanics to why Arnold has to be naked.
Summer jobs exist to remind us that we're human garbage put on this earth to serve those with wealthier parents.
The new Terminator movie picks up on sci-fi's imperialist dreams while jamming in as many winking references to the earlier films as possible.
In this week's installment of Julian Glander's 3D comic series Please Look at Me, a cameraman who has never seen a movie watches Cuppy in 3D and is blown away.
A bitter ex-boyfriend seeks revenge in Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow's first film, Home Base.
We caught up with actress Rosario Dawson on the day of BAM's anniversary screening of Harmony Korine and Larry Clark's raw, NYC teenage classic.