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."
Alice Stein spent two years filming Dirty Kids, a group of "runaways, outcasts, and train-hopping travelers" as they created homes and families deep in the forest.
Watch this mind-melting animated short film about a Viking's gory battles to save his people from mutant invaders.
We spoke to the distinguished actor about his new film, tapping into "collective rage," and his portrayal of a Sikh cabbie.
We spoke with director Hubert Sauper about We Come as Friends, his mesmerizing new film that follows the surreal before-and-aftermath of South Sudan's recent independence.
Since 1985, a literally underground movie theater has hosted an annual summer retrospective of the legendary Soviet auteur's time-bending films.
We sat with the film's breakout star to discuss the challenges of her performance, working with Kristen Wiig and Alexander Skarsgård, and the taboo subject of female sexuality in films.
He's responsible for an extensive back catalogue of very shitty films.
HBO just announced that there have been "very preliminary conversations" about a film sequel to the much-loved TV series.
Tarantino's upcoming western is full of creative facial hair, fur coats, and a lot of guys looking cool with guns.
We talked to the godfather of trash about Joan Crawford, Elizabeth Taylor, and the worst movies known to man.
Williams describes People, Places, Things as "a nice dessert, or a slice of cake, and not a huge, crazy dessert spread."
"You can't just google 'N.W.A.' and get these details. You can't experience the brotherhood that you experience in the movie by going on to Wikipedia."
The iconic actor sat down with us to talk about the nuances of the movie industry, the evolution of his career, and his latest role as a crooked lawman in Cop Car.
Bad news: It's ten years from now.
I Am Chris Farley, Spike TV's new documentary about the deceased comedian, brings back to life his flushed face, strangled shouts, and flailing bowl cut.
He told us not to call Babe a kids' movie.