In their latest documentary, Bill and Ross Turner examine Eagle Pass and Piedras Negras, two sister towns located on either side of the Rio Grande.
We talked to filmmaker Kate Kunath about gentrification, queer spaces, and the legacy of south Brooklyn gay club Starlite.
The auteur sounds off on his latest movie, Adam Driver, and getting your twenties right.
"My reality was a world where people put snakes into their mouths and make them come out of their nostrils and get possessed and talk to spirits and believe in invisible beings who have magic pebbles."
"It's like you don't have a body. You're able to empathize without having the self-consciousness of being two feet away from someone or invading their space."
Did the 1986 version of Transformers desensitize me toward death?
Women haven't traditionally been protagonists in major movies, but that might be changing—even if that change comes too slowly and not soon enough.
The South African stars lent their odd but undeniable charisma to Neill Blomkamp's latest effort, but if you don't really want to watch Die Antwoord hang out with a childlike robot, this film isn't for you.
We spoke to the Austrian director about Nazi nostalgia and the marketing genius of Lars von Trier, over plum cake and schnapps.
It's not all Eddie Redmayne.
Director Michael Lukk Litwak captures all the facets of love in ten minutes with the help of prehistoric sharks, spaceship submarines, and T. rexes armed with lasers.
On a sleepy Sunday afternoon, VideoBusters in Caulfield South is the perfect emblem for the dying video store.
So I talked to an odor-elimination expert about how one would go about getting the resin funk out of the floors.
Robert Greene's new documentary Actress exists at the blurry intersection between observation and collaboration, nonfiction and drama.
The film tells the story of how bullied DC teens banded together to provide safety in numbers and let people know that if you jumped a gay kid in DC, you'd likely get jumped back in retaliation.
VICE tracks down two best friends who have spent their lives making a 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' adaptation by reenacting each scene. We caught up with them as they shot the final frames of their epic.
David Robert Mitchell's evocative throwback centers around a monster that resembles a sexually transmitted disease.
We talked to director Robert Kenner about his new documentary, the media's complicity in confusing the public, and the problem with contemporary capitalism.
People are freaking out about the forthcoming Blade Runner 2, even though the plot has yet to be revealed. We asked some of the film's biggest fans to speculate wildly about what the new film has in store.
Isaac Nabwana's RFP studio has made more than 20 films despite having very little money and inconsistent electricity. Can he make the world care about them?
We met up with the British filmmaker to talk about her latest documentary, Dreamcatcher, a bleak but strangely warming film about an former prostitute turned guidance counselor in Chicago.
Before they were Hollywood's "Three Amigos," Alfonso Cuarón, Emmanuel Lubezki, and Alejandro González Iñárritu worked on La Hora Marcada, a Black Mirror-esque sci-fi show in Mexico.
The two new films both use murder as a backdrop, but one goes for laughs and the other creates a darker mood.
A man who gave hope to outsiders everywhere, and who recorded the best song about Bilbo Baggins ever set to wax.