Behind The Lens
We spoke to Jerry Schatzberg, who has shot everyone from Fidel Castro to the ex-King of England, about working with New York's counter-culture 60s stars.
Never-before-seen pictures from Afshin Shahidi's new book, 'Prince: A Private View.'
We talked to the iconic photographer about the upcoming VICE Documentary Films / Straight Up Films-produced doc on his career spent shooting music's greatest legends.
Simone Green's book 'Time Served: My Days and Nights on Death Row Records' details the tumultuous years.
The Swedish live wire teamed up with Free the Nipple Movement founder Lina Esco to make the boundary pushing short 'Fairy Dust.'
We sit down with the filmmakers of new doc 'Olé Olé Olé!' to find out how they chronicled a band that's done it all already, culminating in The Stones playing to 1 million fans in Cuba.
It took eight years to make 'Gimme Danger'—the definitive Stooges doc.
We spend a champagne-fueled, sleep-deprived 48 hours on the set of Charli's new video.
We talk to the director of the new Oasis doc 'Supersonic' about the debauched glory years of the Britpop troublemakers.
He devastated The Beatles with a headline, gave the world the Ramones, and caused mischief throughout the 60s and 70s. With Danny it was always right place, right time, all the time.
Last summer Nick Cave's teenage son died. He poured his pain into song and then realized he'd be caught in a cycle of having to talk endlessly about the tragedy to the press. He made this film instead.
We hung out on the set of the pair's eerie new video and talked their collaboration on Belly's latest project 'Another Day in Paradise.'