Like my white friends, I learned how to be a proper teenager through movies—except for most of the films I watched didn't have any real black characters.
Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz discuss cockroaches and working with young actors following the movie's stateside release.
"We've had two viewers faint so far," say the directors behind the creepy flick.
With less than a week left at TIFF to catch the best Canada has to offer, we put together a list of five Canadian films you should watch.
I'm Short, Not Stupid #85 features The Queen (La Reina), a short documentary about the demands of childhood pageantry in Argentina.
Chatting with Dick Lehr, author of Black Mass: Whitey Bulger, the FBI, and a Devil's Deal, which has been adapted into the new film starring Johnny Depp.
We caught up with British director to talk about his third TV series—This England '90—and the death of subculture.
The new Hollywood biopic, Pawn Sacrifice, fails to portray the chaotic fuckery of a life lived by Bobby Fischer, the century's greatest chess player and one of American history's most unwieldy oddballs.
I spent all day on Coney Island in the rain talking to the costumed superfans and actual bikers gathered together for The Warriors reunion.
The legendary filmmaker on the upcoming film about the life of James "Whitey" Bulger, one of the most infamous gangsters in US history.
We met the famed German auteur to discuss his changing motivations as a director and his thoughts on the Hollywood remake of his classic Wings of Desire.
Imagine a world where Alec Baldwin took John Travolta's place and Nicolas Cage had a supporting role.
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.