Documentary

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
8.14.19
Places

An Immersive Art Collective in Oklahoma

Oklahoma City's Factory Obscura helps artists create an interactive experience. Supported by Marriott Bonvoy.
VICE Staff
8.6.19
Film

The Five Best Documentaries by Director D.A. Pennebaker

He died last week at 94.
River Donaghey
8.4.19
Places

The Urban Laboratory in the Desert

Arizona's Arcosanti helps residents create a self-sustainable community. Supported by Marriott Bonvoy.
VICE Staff
8.1.19
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
5.10.19
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
4.16.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

What It's Like to Grow Up off the Grid

Meet Maddie Roarke, a 17-year-old who spent her childhood living in the wilderness.
Sophie Kazis
4.3.19
Culture

'The Inventor' Doesn't Bring Anything New to Elizabeth Holmes's Story

Theranos profited off telling a juicy scammer tale. That story is still profitable, because we can't stop telling it.
Nicole Clark
3.20.19
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
3.19.19
Views My Own

Why We’re Finally Talking About Lorena Bobbitt and Domestic Abuse

When Bobbitt cut off her husband’s penis, she became a punchline. ‘Lorena’ shows why everyone was so wrong to laugh at her.
Lori Fox
2.19.19
Interview

Lorena Bobbitt Tells Her Own Story: 'Immigrant Women Don't Have a Voice'

Broadly spoke with Lorena Bobbitt about her 1993 domestic assault trial that gripped the nation, and how her immigration status shaped her narrative.
Renée Reizman
2.14.19
Documentary

How Dr. Ruth Brought Radical Sexual Politics Out of the Shadows

Director Ryan White talks to Broadly about his new documentary on Dr. Ruth Westheimer, the legendary educator who took sex out of the bedroom and onto the dinner table.
Joi Childs
2.7.19
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