Film industry workers and union reps told VICE that production during the pandemic is going to be risky, expensive, and ruled by compromise.
Sophia Nahli Allison's film reimagines the life of Latasha Harlins, the 15-year-old whose death was a catalyst for the LA riots, but who is rarely mentioned outside of that context.
The less than tasteful call out is trying to attract people with "face burns... acne scars... any deformities... [or] missing limbs".
We're told to never give up. But what if that's not working?
Twenty years on, Mary Harron and Guinevere Turner's adaptation is a perfect combination of humour, horror and satire.
Bret Easton Ellis, Chloë Sevigny, and yes, Huey Lewis told VICE about the 2000 film that made Christian Bale's Patrick Bateman the ultimate villain.
No other cultural product better sums up our chaotic, confused times. And let's face it: what else do I have going on in my life?
An extract from a collection of new essays by women and non-binary film writers, "She Found It At The Movies: Women Writers on Sex, Desire and Cinema".
You Had Me At Hell No dissects the 2007 Hilary Swank rom-com that tries to convince us that a woman mourning her husband is fair game for dating.
"If this really does last for two months, I have absolutely no idea what I'm going to do."
VICE talked to Alex Owens-Sarno, who played Cora, to find out what filming the 1997 blockbuster was really like, and how she's doing now.
He's reportedly obsessed with watching 'The Wolf of Wall Street' and 'Melancholia' on his iPad.