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11.8.17

Roy Halladay Was the Person We All Aspire to Be

Halladay was as relentless a competitor and as tireless a worker as any human could possibly be. He was also, by all accounts, just as relentless in his devotion to his family and humility itself.

2.28.17

Anarchy and Peace with Penny Rimbaud of Crass

In this Noisey film 'Get Out of Your Own Way,' we join the anarcho-punk artist in the English countryside to talk life, zen, and World War I poet Wilfred Owen.

2.23.17

Surf Rock, Black Thrash, and a Dead Kitten Wedding: Noisey Shreds Toxic Holocaust

In this second episode of our new metal series we take singer Joel Grind to New York's Morbid Anatomy Museum.

2.13.17

'Circles In Tompkins Park' Film Pays Tribute to the Grit of Downtown New York

Artist Jack Greer voyeuristically captures poetic and tragic moments in the historical park in a lo-fi art house film.

1.12.17

Watch the Stars of Our Blackpool Grime Doc Take the Noisey Questionnaire of Life

Little T: "[I always go to McDonalds], where the birds are, innit"

11.30.16

A New Documentary About Prince Will Include Bono and Mick Jagger

The world may be a poorer place without the Purple One, but at least we'll get to celebrate his legacy with a new documentary starring a whole lot of famous people.

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11.1.16

New Doc Tells the Story of Pioneering Electronic Group The Orb

Patrick Buchanan's 'Lunar Orbit' looks at the The Orb's history while also exploring the making of their thirteenth studio album.

10.11.16

New York City Is Finally Done Sending Teens to Solitary

Punitive segregation—a.k.a. solitary confinement—is history for all inmates 21 or younger in America's largest city.

3.18.16

Check Out a Cut From Gui Boratto's New Label Compilation

Listen to AnT's melancholy screamer "Two Strangers" right here.

2.27.16

A New Documentary About African Refugees Was Filmed by a Refugee as He Fled to Europe

By giving an African refugee a camera, two filmmakers hoped to gain insight into the life of migrants from the perspective of migrants themselves. The result is the remarkable "Those Who Jump."

1.31.16

Making a Film Inside William Burroughs' Secretive Bunker on the Bowery

In Uncle Howard, Aaron Brookner embarks on a mission to reclaim the lost negative of his uncle's famed doc on William Burroughs with the help of Jim Jarmusch and other New York icons.

10.7.15

This Survey Is Bold Enough to Say That Most Italians Prefer Food Made in Italy

Newsflash: Research that should surprise exactly no one has found that Italians really, really like Italian food.

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