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tv

Hulu's 'Wu-Tang: An American Saga' Shows What the Rap Icons See in the Mirror

The fictional series, based on two books written by RZA, is the most intimate portrait of Wu-Tang we've seen to date.
Ann-Derrick Gaillot
9.10.19
Film

Watch the Trailer for the Obamas' First Netflix Project, 'American Factory'

The documentary about a Chinese-owned factory in the Rust Belt is already drumming up Oscar buzz.
Drew Schwartz
8.15.19
Film

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.
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
8.9.19
Film

How Young Love Fuelled Leonard Cohen for a Lifetime

We spoke to Nick Broomfield about his new documentary, 'Marianne and Leonard: Words of Love'.
Joseph Walsh
7.19.19
crime

Inside the UK's Violent Crime Capital

We spoke to journalist Mobeen Azhar about his new documentary, 'Hometown', which looks at the drugs trade in West Yorkshire.
Daniel Dylan Wray
6.19.19
Documentary

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.'"
Daniel Dylan Wray
6.19.19
Documentary

'I Don't Know How Much of Diego Is Left' – The Turbulent Life of Maradona

We spoke to Oscar-winning director Asif Kapadia about his new documentary, 'Diego Maradona', which tells the story of one of the most iconic footballers of all time.
Daniel Dylan Wray
6.3.19
Film

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.
Alex Zaragoza
5.11.19
scams

The Email Scammers Who Use Voodoo to Fleece Their Victims

We spoke to director Ben Asamoah about his new documentary, 'Sakawa'.
Daniel Dylan Wray
5.2.19
Noisey Raps

The Story of 03 Greedo, a Genius in Exile

We followed the West coast rapper one week before he turned himself in for a 20 year prison sentence, halting his rise as the standard-bearer of L.A.'s rap scene.
Noisey Staff
4.17.19
politics

'I'm Not There to Please Anybody' – We Spoke to Laura Kuenssberg About Covering Brexit

Ahead of tonight's VICE Studios film for BBC Two, 'The Brexit Storm: Laura Kuenssberg's Inside Story', we spoke to the BBC's political editor about Brexiteers, the "culture war" and impartiality.
Oscar Rickett
4.1.19
Music

The New Lil Peep Doc Is the Defining Document of the SoundCloud Rap Generation

'Everybody's Everything' is both a tribute to the late rapper, and an examination of the image and money-obsessed music industry he found success in.
Justin Staple
3.20.19
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