Alex Gibney


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.'


Camera Makers Aren’t in a Hurry to Add Encryption

Last week, over 150 filmmakers and photojournalists asked major camera manufacturers to build encryption into devices. But the companies don't seem that keen.


War As Easy As Typing: Alex Gibney Spills the Secrets of 'Zero Days'

A lesson in the dangers of cyber weapons—which, like so many modern tools, are the dangers of unintended consequences, and the dangers of going too far.


Michael Pollan Wants You to Get Off the Internet and Back in the Kitchen

I spoke to slow food evangelist Michael Pollan about his new Netflix docu-series Cooked and why everyone should learn how to roast a chicken.


How Steve Jobs Drew on Myth to Build the Cult of Apple

A new documentary spotlights the spiritualism at work in Jobs's tech empire.


What VICE Is Seeing at the Sydney Film Festival

Ahead of the Sydney Film Festival next month we've selected our picks to will help your navigate their brain-splittingly great program.


Talking to Marty Rathbun, Former Senior Executive of the Church of Scientology

We discuss his Scientology past, auditing, and the harassment techniques allegedly used by the church.


'Going Clear' Documentary Is an Audit of Scientology

The film may become the definitive takedown of the church.


Julian Assange Isn't WikiLeaks

With Julian Assange consigned to ambling between his lounge chair and his speaking balcony at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, the fight for free information had gone a little quiet until Edward Snowden appeared and shook it all up again. Now, Assange...