In Slutever, VICE’s resident sexpert Karley Sciortino explores the mysterious labyrinth of human sexuality and checks out the various ways that people around the world like to get off. In the premiere episode of Slutever’s brand new season, Karley finds herself in the world of life-like custom male sex dolls and meets the team pioneering the perfect plastic fuck buddy for women. (Source: VICE)
Recently ordered released from prison by President Barak Obama, Puerto Rican activist Oscar Lopez Rivera describes how the dehumanization of being incarcerated has forced him to adapt in order to survive.
A documentary on the rock musician, composer and filmmaker Frank Zappa, made for television in Holland.
Directed by Roelof Kiers.
Listen to U.S. Representative John Lewis and others speak about the first lunch counter Civil Rights Era sit-ins that began in Nashville, Tenn., on Feb. 13, 1960.
Pandemonium at Madison Square Garden in October of 1983. The atmosphere in the arena was electric, and the match for the WWF Intercontinental Championship exceeded all expectations. Who wins? You need to watch.
Journalist and activist Barrett Brown is released from prison after four years. On his drive across Texas to a halfway house, he discusses his extraordinary case and considers what the future now holds for him and other radical journalists. (Source: Field of Vision)
This documentary charts Neil Young from his earlier days in Canada to his chart-topping international success as rock and folk superstar.
TICKLED, a documentary about the bizarre and threatening world of competitive tickling, is explored with director David Farrier. We examine the pushback the doc has received from the competitive tickling community, the lighter world of tickling fetishes and the doc’s premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. Finally, we take a look at the trailer for TICKLED, in this episode of BYOD hosted by Ondi Timoner. (Source: Bring Your Own Doc)
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David Farrier has been a television journalist in New Zealand for more than a decade, often covering light entertainment and “quirky” news. It was in … Read More »
This 2003 Sundance Jury Prize winner for short film explores the customers who frequented the Terminal Bar, a down-and-out watering hole in Times Square across the street from the Port Authority. Sheldon Nadelman, the bartender, shot over 1,500 black and white portraits during his ten year stint there from 1972-1982. The bar was owned by Murray Goldman, Sheldon’s father-in-law. (Source: Terminal Pictures)
Part 1: “Roots of a War” (1945–1953) — The initial episode deals with the history of Vietnam up to 1954. By 1885 the French were in control of Indochina and over the next 20 years or so pacified the population. Central to the 20th century history of Vietnam is Ho Chi Minh. Ho moved to Paris in 1917 and joined the Communist Party in 1920. He began formal training in 1923. Imperial Japan landed forces in Vietnam after France capitulated to the Germans in June 1940 and he founded the Viet Minh in 1941 which was both anti-French … Read More »
On this episode of ‘VICE Meets,’ the media company talks with Marina Abramović about her journey from an unhappy upbringing in the former Communist Yugoslavia to the pinnacle of the international art world. (Source: VICE)
Pressure to reduce carbon emissions is putting the future of fossil fuel giants in jeopardy. Their survival plans involve carbon storage and floating wind farms. Meanwhile, one small German village is showing how large companies aren’t always essential.
The Disrupters is an original series exploring how major industries – from music and cars to hospitality – are currently being disrupted by the latest wave of digital innovation. As well as enjoying privileged access into the world biggest tech start ups we show how industry giants respond when faced with such tech-driven innovation – do they adapt – or … Read More »