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  • Jason Schwartzman and Alex Ross Perry Discuss Their New Film, 'Listen Up Philip'

    In this week's VICE Meets, Reihan Salam sits with Perry and Schwartzman to talk about success, working together on their darkly funny new film, and the pains of changing without growing.

  • Talking About the World of Online Dating with Writer Maureen O'Connor

    We sat down with the New York columnist to talk about online dating and how the internet has redefined sex and relationships for this generation of single people.

  • Radley Balko on the Militarization of America's Police Force

    This week’s VICE Meets is a conversation about the militarization of America’s police force, with journalist and author of Rise of the Warrior Cop, Radley Balko.

  • Shosh Shlam on Her New Documentary about Internet Addicts

    Director Shosh Shlam discusses her documentary Web Junkie, in which she follows three boys through their deprogramming treatment in one of China's 400 specialty rehabilitation centers.

  • Talking to the Director of Sundance's 2014 Documentary Grand Jury Prize Winner, 'Rich Hill'

    There's a tiny town in Missouri, just off Interstate 49, called Rich Hill. You'd easily miss it if you blinked driving past. Forgettable though it often may be, the town is the setting of Sundance Film Festival's 2014 Documentary Grand Jury Winner, Rich Hill.

  • Jim Norton on His Comedy Career and 'The Jim Norton Show'

    VICE's new comedy series airing this week, hosted by comedian Jim Norton. On this episode we sit down with Jim to talk about his career, how shitty the press can be, and—of course—his new show.

  • Politico's Ken Vogel on Big Money in American Politics

    On this episode of VICE Meets, we sit down with Ken Vogel, the chief investigative reporter at Politico. In his new book, Vogel dives into the world of mega donors and their role in politics. We discuss the evolution of big money in American politics and how its i…

  • Talking about 'Boyhood' with Richard Linklater

    In this episode of VICE Meets, Reihan Salam and Linklater discuss the inspiration behind his new film, Boyhood, and Linklater's career as a whole. It also includes behind-the-scenes footage from throughout the film’s production.

  • Tom Green

    We had beers with Tom Green and talked about the finer points of suckling milk out of cow udders, the time Eminem shouted him out on a massive pop song, and how a kid with a community-access show in Ontario became one of the biggest cable-TV stars of the new millennium.

  • The Chapman Brothers

    We sat down with Jake and Dinos Chapman, the British siblings behind some of contemporary art's most provocative and comically surreal projects.

  • Eric Andre

    We met up with comedian and actor Eric Andre, host of Adult Swim's relentlessly addictive talk show parody, The Eric Andre Show, to discuss times he's almost gotten punched filming bits for his show, getting arrested, and the time he went to a Wal-Mart converted into a str…

  • Paul Mooney

    Paul visited Toronto for his Last Stand tour and stopped by the VICE office to shoot the shit about a bunch of things, including media coverage of Barack Obama's presidency, the killings of Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis, and Toronto's crack-smoking mayor. He also told us about

  • Glenn Greenwald

    On this episode of VICE Meets we travel to Glenn Greenwald's home in Rio de Janeiro in an attempt to get to know the man who broke the biggest news story of 2013.

  • Slavoj Zizek

    The "most dangerous philosopher in the West" talks about his new film and lectures us on the importance of being on time. If you're curious about that poster of Stalin on his wall, it's "purely to annoy idiots" when they visit.

  • Clive Stafford Smith

    Clive Stafford Smith spent years working as a death-row lawyer in the South before becoming the legal director of the UK branch of Reprieve, a non-profit organization that has long campaigned for the rights of death-row prisoners. Since 2002 Reprieve has helped release prisoners

  • Conrad Black

    Conrad Black is a controversial former media baron who renounced his Canadian citizenship to become a British Lord, and later spent time in an American jail for fraud. We went to his sprawling estate in Toronto's luxurious Bridal Path neighborhood to chat with him about how the U…

  • Sue Johanson

    In part one of our three-part interview with Sue Johanson of 'Sunday Night Sex Show' fame, Kara Crabb chats with Sue about her origins as a nurse, being a pioneer of sexual education in a time when abortion was illegal, and the priests who told her to poke holes in condoms.

  • Sue Johanson - Teaser

    Sue Johanson from Canada's 'Sunday Night Sex Show' sat down with our very own Kara Crabb for a long chat about menopause, how to put on a condom with your mouth, butt sex, vaginal sex, dicks, and balls. Here's the teaser.

  • David LaChapelle

    Photographer David LaChapelle invites us into his LA studio and reminisces about his early days in New York, back when he used to work at Studio 54, hang out at the Mudd Club, and generally be a fabulous young man.

  • Susan Miller

    World-renowned astrologer Susan Miller hangs out with VICE's Thalia Mavros and invites us into her Astrology Zone (.com). If you watch it to the very end, she'll tell you exactly how and when you will die.

  • Rob Corddry (Again)

    Last year, we got drunk with Rob and had such a good time, we wanted to hang out with him again. So VICE's Thobey Campion met up with the 'Children's Hospital' star at a record store where they talked about all sorts of good stuff. Enjoy!

  • André Saraiva

    You may know André Saraiva as the man behind the club empire Le Baron, but in this episode of 'VICE Meets' we talk about how he got involved in graffiti and his installation at The Hole Gallery in New York. The show was worth a visit, and we should really look into getting that l…

  • Karen Black

    We were excited when Karen invited us to her home in LA for tea and a nice long chat about the art of acting, why she regrets starring in horror films, and her recent musical collaborations with Cass McCombs.

  • Guy Tavares

    Guy Tavares is a cult legend from The Hague who founded the legendary electro label Bunker Records. He also plays in the stoner-rock band Santa Cruz and runs the nightmarish club Dystopia. For this episode of 'VICE Meets' we visited Guy's squat and discussed his deranged ideology…

  • Terence Winter

    If you find yourself playing Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon and you want to connect Tia or Tamera Mowry to Steve Buscemi, you could use 'Boardwalk Empire' creator Terence Winter, who used to write for 'Sister, Sister.'

  • Robert Baer

    We met former CIA man Robert Baer in a shady motel room in Newport Beach, California, to discuss the difference between the life of a real-life spy and the crap you see in the movies.

  • Andrew Richardson

    In the sexiest episode of VICE Meets ever, we interview stylist and Editor-in-Chief of Richardson Magazine, Andrew Richardson.

  • Ben Anderson

    Television reporter Ben Anderson spent over five years embedded with British and American troops in Afghanistan.

  • Larry Flynt

    Political writer Reihan Salam interviews Hustler publisher and controversial free speech advocate Larry Flynt in this very special episode of VICE Meets.

  • Winston Smith

    We sipped a few beers and reminisced with legendary punk artist and creator of the Dead Kennedys logo, Winston Smith.