‘Wormwood’ Is an LSD-Soaked True Crime Masterpiece
Errol Morris dissects MKUltra, the CIA’s mind control experiments—and redefines the true crime genre in the process.
'Wormwood' Is the CIA LSD Murder Conspiracy Show We Need Right Now
Errol Morris is back, and he's using actors to bring a familiar style into a fresh new direction.
New Netflix Documentary Will Explore the CIA’s Attempt to Control Minds with LSD
Errol Morris’ latest documentary ‘Wormwood’ tells a story of murder, drugs, and the CIA.
Movies of 1997
No One Saw the Best Movies of 1997
Our second installment of looking at films in the fall of 1997: 'The Ice Storm,' 'The Edge,' and Errol Morris, of course.
Errol Morris's Latest Subject Is 80 Years Old and Cooler Than You
A conversation with Morris and photographer Elsa Dorfman, the subject of his new film, 'The B-Side.'
The "Duchess of Disintegration and Decay" Gets a Documentary
A new documentary about Rosamond Purcell, photographer of the afterlives of objects, opens at Film Forum tonight.
VICE TALKS FILM
Talking to Director Joshua Oppenheimer About 'The Look of Silence'
The Oscar-nominated director discusses his follow-up film to the critically-acclaimed "The Art of Killing."
The Telluride Film Festival Is Surprisingly Down to Earth
It isn't Cannes, Tribeca, or Sundance—but the Telluride Film Festival offers thoughtful films with that middle-of-nowhere charm.
The VICE Podcast - Errol Morris on His New Movie, 'The Unknown Known'
This week, Reihan Salam sits down with filmmaker Errol Morris to discuss his latest film, <i>The Unknown Known</i>, a portrait of one of the leading architects of the Iraq War—Donald Rumsfeld.
Errol Morris on 'The Unknown Known' and Donald Rumsfeld's Snowflakes
Rumsfeld never asks for our forgiveness and Morris doesn't seem interested in trying to extract it.
A Sneak Peek of Errol Morris's New Documentary on Donald Rumsfeld
Here is a clip from Errol Morris's documentary <i>The Unknown Known</i>, which explores how the ideas, fears, and certainties of Donald Rumsfeld, written out on paper, transformed America, changed the course of history, and led to war.
Werner Herzog and Errol Morris Talk About 'The Act of Killing'
On paper, <i>The Act of Killing</i> is concerned with the genocide of Chinese people in Indonesia between 1965 and '66. But what elevates the film is the fact that director Joshua Oppenheimer chronicles these killings through reenactments gleefully...