What it Costs to Make Your First Feature Film
JJasmin Mozaffari's film 'Firecrackers' won her the 2019 Canadian Screen Award for Best Director. She shared what it costs financially and personally to make an indie film.
The Dramatic True Stories Behind the Film 'Firecrackers'
Jasmin Mozaffari’s new film ‘Firecrackers’ tells the story of two young friends, Lou and Chantal, who are trying to break out of their small town. VICE's Hilary Beaumont finds out what life was like for Mozaffari when she was her characters' age.
Sasheer Zamata & Stella Meghie Love Romances
'The Weekend' is a new movie from director Stella Meghie that stars SNL alum Sasheer Zamata. We met up with Stella and Sasheer to talk about their fave romance movies.
These Fans Are Making 'Carol' a Holiday Movie Classic
'Carol' is a lesbian romance film that has gained a cult following online since it came out in 2015. We visited a yearly fan event thrown by the Inside Out Film Festival where enthusiasts to bond over their love of 'Carol'.
The Legacy of Sharkwater's Rob Stewart
Following the tragic death of filmmaker and shark conservationist Rob Stewart, his final documentary, Sharkwater Extinction dives back into the dire situation facing sharks. We spoke to two of his friends about the film and the legacy of Rob Stewart.
In Bed with Desiree Akhavan
Desiree Akhavan is a film director, producer, screenwriter, and actress whose film 'The Miseducation of Cameron Post' won the Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize.
The Harsh Reality Facing Migrant Children Brought to Film
Swedish director Daniel Sawka's debut feature, 'Icebox' tells the story of Oscar, a young boy who flees gang violence in Honduras to seek asylum in the U.S., only to be caught by border patrol.
The Director Imagining Freedom for Black Boys
A.V. Rockwell is a young director to keep your eye on. Her short film 'Feathers' tells the story of an unconventional school for black boys. We talked to her about the true life events behind the film and creating work as a form of protest.
Absurdist Film 'Sorry To Bother You' Is Too Real for Hollywood
Hip hop artist and activist Boots Riley bends reality in his absurdist directorial debut, Sorry To Bother You. We met the filmmaker and found out why his movie is too real for Hollywood.
Simon Pegg Casts Himself in Every Film Franchise
Simon Pegg is back in action as Benji Dunn in the new Mission: Impossible - Fallout. We met the actor to talk about his secret agent role and to find out who he'd want to play in other big film franchises, including three hobbits that were never in Lord o
VICE Talks Film
Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane talk about helming Netflix's 'Sacred Games'
VICE met up with the directors of 'Sacred Games', Netflix's first foray into originals in India. Veterans Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane explain their process to us.
Shooting a Netflix Movie on 35mm Film
'Kodachrome' tells the story of a son who goes on a road trip with his estranged photographer father to the last place in the world that develops Kodachrome film. We met with director Mark Raso to talk about shooting on film and the father/son relationshi