'Leaving Neverland' Director Says Dave Chappelle's MJ Jokes Are 'Revolting'

"Why not do something brave instead of crapping on a victim of child rape?"


The Kids of China's 80s One-Child Policy Still Feel Its Pain

‘One Child Nation’, a new film by director Nanfu Wang, explores the ongoing impact of decades-long population control.


Werner Herzog's New Film Is About an Old, Dead Friend

"When he came to see my new film at the time, the first thing he said was: 'Werner, I'm dying.' I said, 'Yes I can see that.'"


Two Directors Tell Us What They Saw While Shadowing Philippine Police During The Drug War

'The police were convinced they were doing the right thing. They have no doubt in their mind that what they are doing is legitimate.'


The Movie Making Everyone Want to Be Satanists

i-D speaks to Lucian Greaves, co-founder of The Satanic Temple, about the documentary 'Hail Satan', which explores the group's rise to prominence.


The Real Story of Wu-Tang Clan's 25-Year Career Is Finally Being Told

In Showtime's docuseries 'Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men' we learn what made one of rap's most important groups nuthing ta fuck wit.


Future Lawyer Kim Kardashian Is Producing a Documentary on Criminal Justice Reform

It’s called ‘Kim Kardashian: The Justice Project.’


The Email Scammers Who Use Voodoo to Fleece Their Victims

We spoke to director Ben Asamoah about his new documentary, 'Sakawa'.


This Guy Paints the Sex He Allegedly Has with Aliens

When he was 17, David Huggins says he lost his virginity to an extraterrestrial.


How 'Leaving Neverland' Will Rewrite the Story of Michael Jackson

The documentary reveals the shocking stories about a master manipulator and musical genius.


Life as a Member of India's Third Gender Is a Blessing and a Curse

We spoke to filmmaker Tabs Breese, who spent three years with the hijra community in India to learn more about why living as a member of the country's officially recognized third gender is a unique—and uniquely difficult—experience.


The Life and Strange Death of the Khmer Rouge Survivor Who Won an Oscar, Then Got Murdered

Today marks the 20-year anniversary of the murder of Haing S. Ngor, which some believe was ordered by the Khmer Rouge in response to his role in 'The Killing Fields.'