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VICE Founder Shane Smith Interviews the Visionary Behind ‘JUNGLETOWN’ (12 minutes, 2017)

Posted on May 17th, by admin in Business, Environment, Family, Travel. No Comments

VICE founder Shane Smith sat down with Jimmy Stice, the controversial visionary behind Kalu Yala, an experimental for-profit town in Panama. Watch JUNGLETOWN on VICELAND, Tuesdays at 10pm. Find full episodes here.



In Short Supply (12 minutes, 2011)

Posted on March 29th, by admin in Business, Food, Health. No Comments

The American food system doesn’t make it easy for small farmers to get their healthy food to your home, but meet two farmers who are trying: Ricky Horton and Sherilyn Shepard. They’re siblings who grow tomatoes, cucumbers, and other vegetables in southwestern Virginia. Their livelihood is filled with uncertainties ranging from unpredictable weather to changing immigration laws. Here’s their story. (Source: Bread for the World)



What is Direct Trade Coffee? (16 minutes, 2014)

Posted on February 10th, by admin in Business, Food. No Comments



The Carrier Myth … It Involves Automation (6 minutes, 2016)

Posted on January 22nd, by admin in Business, Technology. No Comments

During the 2016 election, the Carrier factory’s decision to move jobs from Indiana to Mexico was a story that stuck. Donald Trump won a political victory when he convinced the CEO of Carrier’s parent company, United Technologies, to keep 800 jobs in Indiana. Trump’s efforts run counter to a broader global trend, however. Most factory jobs haven’t been outsourced, they’ve just disappeared thanks to automation. In this documentary, The Atlantic travelled to Indiana to talk to Carrier employees and see how they’re handling the shift. (Source: The Atlantic)



Making the World’s First Male Sex Doll (17 minutes, 2016)

Posted on January 20th, by admin in Business, Sex. No Comments

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)



Terminal Bar Documentary (22 minutes, 2002)

Posted on January 10th, by admin in Business, Drugs, History. No Comments

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)



Oil and Gas Companies Face Disruption (14 minutes, 2016)

Posted on January 8th, by admin in Business, Environment, Technology. No Comments

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 »



Long-Term Parking (7 minutes, 2016)

Posted on November 9th, by admin in Business, Politics. No Comments

An airport parking lot in Los Angeles has become an improvised village of airline workers. (Source: The New York Times)



‘THE FIRE BREATHER’ – The Rise and Rage of Donald Trump (43 minutes, 2016)

Posted on November 6th, by admin in Biography, Business, Politics. No Comments

Canadian broadcasters (CBC’s The Fifth Estate) give us this documentary on Donald Trump, the 2016 Republican candidate for president of the United States.



PALM OIL: Hope and Anger in One of Africa’s Poorest Countries (7 minutes, 2016)

Posted on October 24th, by admin in Business, Environment, Politics. No Comments

Bacchus Wilson Panyonnoh, a 35-year-old palm oil worker, and Lee Sworh, a community activist, live in the remote forests of south-east Liberia. (Source: The Guardian)