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A Photographer Captured Intimate Portraits of a Trans Woman on the Brink of Transition

Mumbai-based Ajatshatru Singh’s series is an intimate exploration of Parineeta and her journey of gender reassignment.
Pallavi Pundir
2.20.19
Film

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.'
​Simon Henderson
2.20.19
Film

Satanists Are the Heroes of a New Sundance Documentary

In 'Hail Satan?', filmmaker Penny Lane highlights The Satanic Temple's journey from trolling activists to an international religious movement.
Justin Caffier
2.7.19
Hip-Hop

The Rise of Street Rap in India

Gully rap's growth in Mumbai, and its subsequent spread across India, is captured in VICE India’s first documentary 'Kya Bolta Bantai'
VICE India Staff
1.17.19
Film

Inside the Making of the New Fyre Festival Documentary

"The thing that the founder, Billy, wanted more than anything – in my opinion – was to be in the middle of it all. He wanted to be The Guy."
Niloufar Haidari
1.16.19
Documentary

A New Documentary Shows How Education in NZ and the US is Divided on Racial Lines

Where you learn depends on where you live, and where you live often depends on what colour you are.
Zahra Shahtahmasebi
12.13.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Watch the Trailer for Netflix's New True Crime Series 'The Innocent Man'

It looks like an even darker 'Making a Murderer.'
Beckett Mufson
12.3.18
Photo

Gritty Photos of the Highs and Lows of Mexico City's Underground Nightlife

"My most creative and calm moments happen at night while the fucking bureaucrats sleep."
Miss Rosen
11.20.18
Culture

Netflix’s Epic 'Dogs' Documentary Series, Reviewed by a Cat Owner

'Dogs' is six straight hours of immersive cinema verite stories about pups and their humans. Could I, an obsessive cat dad, resist their charms?
Beckett Mufson
11.16.18
Documentary

Ballet and Bullets: The Favela Dance Class Stuck in the Crossfire

With the election of Jair Bolsonaro, it's more important than ever that this Rio dance class is able to use culture as a force for resistance and change.
Frederick Bernas and Rayan Hindi
11.1.18
Documentary

A New HBO Documentary Exposes the Absurdity of the War on Drugs

'The Sentence' follows a brother's incredible quest to get Barack Obama to pardon his incarcerated sister.
Seth Ferranti
10.16.18
Film

'Matangi / Maya / M.I.A.' Looks at How M.I.A. Married Terrorism and Pop

All Stephen Loveridge's doc wants to do is *gunshots* and a *click* *cash register noise* and look at the pop star's groundbreaking politics.
Rod Bastanmehr
10.7.18
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