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  • VICE and the Criterion Collection Presents: Roman Polanski on 'Rosemary's Baby'

    In this documentary, director Roman Polanski, actress Mia Farrow, and producer Bob Evans battle back and forth about the inception and completion of the reigning champ of psychological thrillers.

  • VICE and the Criterion Collection Present: Haskell Wexler on 'Medium Cool'

    In this interview, Wexler’s reveals the power, oppression, and egos he was up against both creatively and politically in making one of Hollywood’s most prescient films. It also shows that Haskwell Wexler was—and always will be—a badass.

  • VICE and the Criterion Collection Present: Martin Scorsese on the Films of Roberto Rossellini

    Since every major player who worked on Rossellini's films is dead, Martin Scorsese (who was heavily influenced by them) gives us the 411 on the filmmaker's seminal work.

  • Japan's Innocent on Death Row

    On March 27th 2014, Iwao Hakamada was finally released from Death Row, having served a record breaking 47 years behind bars for a crime he didn't commit.

  • VICE and the Criterion Collection Present: Christopher Nolan on 'Following'

    In this interview, Nolan explains his key to success and ends up revealing many of the DIY filmmaking techniques he used to make his debut film.

  • Superpower for Hire

    VICE takes an unprecedented look into the shadowy industry of private military companies.

  • Death in a Can: Australia's Euthanasia Loophole

    Suicide is legal, but assisting suicide is murder. So how does euthanasia advocate Philip Nitschke sell his suicide equipment? According to him, it's for home brewing.

  • The Vicar of Baghdad

    For years, Vicar Andrew White has been risking his life to preach for peace on the streets of Baghdad, driving through dangerous and bombed-out war zones to spread his message.

  • B.A.L.F. Is America's New Buddy Alien Life-Form

    A twisted variety show starring Jaimie Warren and directed by Marthin Rouche. Co-written by Warren and Rouche with with Lee Heinemann and Erin Zona, the program was inspired in part by the 1980’s TV show Alf, but it patches together a lot of different, uniquely bizarre vig…

  • 'Be Here Nowish' Is a Queer, Spiritual Comedy from the Creators of 'Every Woman'

    Be Here Nowish had a soft launch last month and now emerges in its entirety, picking up where the main characters—fuck-ups in their own rights—left off, finding themselves in Los Angeles among a group of freaky devotees of a guru played by Kyp Malone from TV on the Radio…

  • Behind the Scenes of 'Palo Alto'

    Jacqui Getty's behind-the-scenes look at Gia Coppola's directorial debut, Palo Alto, starring Emma Roberts, James Franco, Jack Kilmer, Nat Wolff, and Val Kilmer.

  • Behind the Scenes of 'Palo Alto' - Trailer

    Jacqui Getty's behind-the-scenes look at Gia Coppola's directorial debut, Palo Alto, starring Emma Roberts, James Franco, Jack Kilmer, Nat Wolff, and Val Kilmer.

  • The Last Peep Show in Amsterdam

    VICE Netherlands was allowed to get a peep behind the scenes to learn how the disappearance of Amsterdam's last peep show is just another step in a gradual cleanup of the city's Red Light District.

  • The King of Hosts

    The philosophy behind Japan's Host club, Club Fantasy is that customers are offered the opportunity to spend time with "pop idols that you can actually meet." VICE Japan visits the alleged "King of Hosts" and gets a look behind the scenes as he makes $30,000 a month just to hang

  • The Battle for Medical Marijuana in Japan

    While the West carries on its steady course toward legalization, piggybacking on the ever-increasing awareness of marijuana's medicinal properties, Japan's cannabis laws remain steadfastly harsh.

  • Behind the Scenes of Kenny and Spenny's Reddit AMA

    Our Toronto counterparts invited the most talented Canadians alive into their office to film a live Reddit AMA session.

  • Street Racers in Okinawa

    Recently, most of Okinawa's racetracks have been shut down, which leaves drag racers just one option—to compete on the streets of Okinawa. In the spirit of Paul Walker and not Justin Bieber's pathetic attempt at racing, we check out Okinawa's illegal street racers.

  • Jason Kelce Wore Google Glass and Watched Molly Schuyler Eat 363 Chicken Wings at the Wing Bowl

    This morning, Eagles Center Jason Kelce wore Google Glass as he competed in Sportsradio 94WIP's 22nd annual Wing Bowl, the Super Bowl of eating contests. Jason failed to make the competition's top ten and spent the majority of the morning watching Molly Schuyler eat 363 chicken w…

  • Baby DJs

    Hey, how’s your baby doin’? What kind of music is it listening to? Kidz Bop? The Wiggles? Fuckin’ Raffi and shit? If you really loved your baby, you’d be dropping $200 to send it to Baby DJ School.

  • How to Make Haggis

    Haggis, a warm, savory pudding filled with sheep's innards, is the dish of choice for celebrating Burns Day, the Scottish holiday honoring Scotland's beloved poet, Robert Burns. We asked our friends at the Nordic Food Lab to show us to make it.

  • Japan Won't Let Filmmakers Use the Yakuza for Movie Plots Anymore

    Media Works, a Japanese film production company, specializes in producing Yakuza movies, almost all of which are based on true events. Unfortunately for them, gang expulsion laws were passed two years ago in an effort to prevent Japanese entities from working with the Yakuza.

  • 'Fishing Without Nets' Won a Directing Award at Sundance

    We were so blown away by Cutter Hodierne's short film about Somali pirates, Fishing Without Nets, that we decided to team up with Cutter to produce a feature film. It just premiered at Sundance and we woke up this morning to rave reviews from Variety, Hollywood R…

  • Apocalypse, Man

    Michael C. Ruppert was forced to leave the LAPD after claiming that the CIA was complicit in selling drugs across America, and he became one of the most original voices to talk about climate change, government corruption, and peak oil. VICE caught up with him to talk about the im…

  • Uyoku Dantai: Japan's Growing Far-Right Movement

    There are over 1,000 right-wing nationalist groups in Japan now, with over 100,000 total members. We caught up with Masaya Kudo, a right-wing activist and leader of his own group, Nihon-no-Kai, as he explained his philosophies and concerns regarding the right-wing movement today

  • Ant and Rat Tribes in Beijing

    An estimated hundreds of thousands of people in Beijing live in dark and unsafe underground dwellings. VICE Japan took an investigative look into the subterranean living conditions of a new type of entrenched social class existing in China's capital, born out of the country's rap…

  • Buttloads of Pain - Trailer

    As you know from reading this beautiful piece of reporting, illegal butt enhancements may be America’s next health epidemic. Our full-length documentary on toxic asses in Miami will air next week on VICE.com…

  • Nicopanda's Ho Ho Holiday Special

    Follow Nicola Formichetti and his team of artists as they create an alternative holiday experience and space for New York's most interesting and holiday-dubious residents to party, play, and mess shit up.

  • Nicopanda's Ho Ho Holiday Special - Sticker Teaser

    In this trailer for the wildest Christmas special ever, New York's cool kids party in Nicola Formichetti's alternative holiday space that features more psychedelic lights than a Christmas tree and as much messed-up stuff as an eggnog bender.

  • Nicopanda's Ho Ho Holiday Special - Fire Teaser

    Follow Nicola Formichetti and his team of artists as they create an alternative holiday experience and space for New York's cool kids to party, play, and mess shit up.

  • Nicopanda's Ho Ho Holiday Special - Santa Teaser

    Follow Nicola Formichetti and his team of artists as they create an alternative holiday experience and space for New York's cool kids to party, play, and mess shit up.