"They prefer it rough," Roth says about Snapchat's growing audience.
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.
Autism in girls is not acknowledged enough, which is why this film is so important.
Four years ago, the Inside Amy Schumer star was someone Seth McFarlane could semi-convincingly say was unknown. Not any more.
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.
We spoke to Natalie Bullock Brown, who's creating a documentary that dissects the messages black women receive about beauty.
The new documentary Do I Sound Gay? explores the surprising number of mincing, sibilant animated villains with a penchant for extravagant hats.
"We don't have any evidence to suggest that these aren't just really big bags of jelly as opposed to very complicated skeletal structures with muscles."
If you're infuriated by stuff for children, it might be because you're not actually all that sure how far above it you really are.
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.
This weekend is going to be so cold you won't want to get out of bed to pee. Blow off your family and friends to stay in binge watching VICE content.
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.
Most of the films came from the late 70s and 80s, a period known as the "tax shelter era" of Canadian film, which has been written off by anyone with taste.
This week sees the release of the final part in the disgusting trilogy. Here's why you should go see it.
In the first episode of Art World, The Creators Project explores Baghdad's independent film scene with directors Mohamed Al-Daradji (Son of Babylon) and Yahya Al Allaq (War Cannister).
This blog takes popular movies and features only the lines spoken by people of color. They're all really short.
Told largely in her own words, Netflix's new documentary, What Happened, Miss Simone?,
traces the the legendary singer's quest for freedom, from Selma to Lagos.
From high tea with Nick Knight to shooting make-outs in mansions, the director takes us into her world.
The Appropriate Behavior director thinks being bisexual is like having a superpower, and she's using hers to make astute comedy about the difference between the sexes.
From fear to sentimentality to skepticism, a tour through American cinema after 9/11.
Why do we love watching Rocky on the Fourth of July?
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.