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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.
Tessa Thompson and Other Stars Are Taking Hollywood’s Gender Gap into Their Own Hands
Hollywood's heavy hitters are pledging to work with more female directors, using their collective power to push for greater diversity in film.
How to See Stuxnet? 'Zero Days' Filmmakers Find an Unlikely Answer in VR
New media artist Yasmin Elayat and production company Scatter teamed up with 'Zero Days' filmmaker Alex Gibney to create 'Zero Days VR.'
The Future of VR Will Be Social, Culturally Diverse—Oh, and It's Already Here
Virtual reality is providing new opportunities for women and people of color, but has huge implications for human identity in the future.
A Melancholy Tale About the Father of Cinema, Eadweard Muybridge
Get ready to feel bad for the famous artist's less-famous kid.
A War Survivor's Virtual Reality Film Brings the Terror of a Conflict Zone to Life
A new film called 'GIANT,' directed by Serbian director Milica Zec, uses immersive tech to make you live out a terrifying tale.
Sundance's Only Man-Eating Mermaid Musical Will 'Lure' You In
Polish director Agnieszka Smoczyńska's 'The Lure' is like David Cronenberg meets 'The Little Mermaid.'
We Spoke to the Director Behind the Creepy Flying Lotus-Scored Short Film 'FUCKKKYOUUU'
Eddie Alcazar's collaboration with the LA producer premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
The 'Doctor' Who Implanted Goat Balls on Men and Tried to Become Governor of Kansas
Penny Lane’s Sundance standout 'NUTS!' is a formally inventive documentary that pieces together the outrageous story of huckster surgeon John Romulus Brinkley.
'Tangerine' Was Shot on an iPhone, But Director Sean Baker Still Pines for Celluloid
We spoke to Sean Baker, the director behind this year's breakout Sundance film, about depicting the world of two trans women of colour as a white, male director.
[Exclusive] Inside the DIY Mini-Films of 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl'
'A Sockwork Orange,' '2:48 P.M. Cowboy,' and 'Breathe Less' are all actual fake movies made within the Sundance favorite. These are their stories.
VICE TALKS FILM
VICE Talks Film with 'The Tribe' Actress Yana Novikova
VICE sat down with the deaf actress and used sign language to interview her about her award-winning performance.