Eleven years ago, Zach Braff released his indie cult classic. A year later, we re-watched it and realized we'd made a huge mistake. This was a love story for a generation of sexually inept sociopaths, with all of their trust funds and daddy issues.
The new film by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah is essentially a love story, but its searing visuals convey the limitless possibility of violence in the inner city.
Stephen Dunn's latest film delves into decidedly heavy topics—family violence, divorce, gay bashing, and coming out—with a light touch.
Like Cattle Towards Glow follows 13 young characters on terrifying sexual misadventures.
The Chickening is here to dump a hot load of BBQ sauce all over your fancy movie festival.
For I'm Short, Not Stupid #83, VICE spoke to Kazik Radwanski about Cutaway, a film about a construction worker's life entirely shot in close-ups of his hands.
We talked to the film's director, Jerry Rothwell, about founder Bob Hunter, how the group nearly got blown up by a nuclear bomb, and how Greenpeace's direct action impacts today.
We met the filmmakers of Welcome to Leith to talk about their terrifying and visually striking new documentary about white supremacists in Leith, North Dakota.
In his first interview about the film, the documentarian explains how his movie Where to Invade Next is actually a comedy.
Documents obtained exclusively by VICE News detail how closely CIA officers worked with filmmakers Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal as they made their movie about the hunt for Osama bin Laden.
The film and its soundtrack vividly capture a teenager's irrational sense of invincibility.
'Bloodsucking Bastards' should have been an easy sell—think 'Shaun of the Dead' meets 'Office Space'—but even the most-salable pitches go thirsty in the barren landscape that is the Hollywood development process.
Craig Roberts is the witty not-a-Welsh-boy-not-yet-a-Welsh-man who has earned his place on screen as the Adrian Mole vibe kid with his dry portrayal of weirdo adolescence. This time, he's behind the camera too.
Watch this intense and emotionally complex short about three hell-raising boys and their pissed-off father by Kat Candler.
Call Me Lucky tells the story of Barry Crimmins, a comedian and sexual abuse survivor who took on AOL in the 90s for inadequately dealing with the child pornography circulating through its chat rooms.
The new documentary Dressed As a Girl captures the past few years of London's drag scene. We sat down with two of its stars to discuss the city's drag history, how it's currently being redefined, and how to turn your drag act into a career.
In his new documentary, filmmaker Stanley Nelson shows how the same issues that spurred the Black Panthers to organize 50 years ago are still relevant today.
Author Anthony Horowitz claimed that the British actor wasn't "suave" enough for the role, but c'mon dude, remember Roger Moore?
Wes Craven, creator of horror classics Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream, will be remembered for his works' hack-and-slash meta-commentary.
He's really gunning for that Oscar.
VICE's Amsterdam office co-produced Prince, the debut feature film by Dutch writer and director Sam de Jong. We followed the film's production for this exclusive, behind-the-scenes series.
We asked filmmaker Carol Morley about her own liquor-soaked twenties, as immortalized in her documentary, The Alcohol Years.
We're still not sure what the next installment is about, but who cares. Lightsabers!
"The way we work, it could take hours and hours and days and weeks to prepare one frame."