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  • Current Event
    13 days ago
    by lexi6
    +3 +2

    Review: ‘Active Measures’ Looks at Links Between Trump and Russia

    Eager to make you uncomfortable, “Active Measures” piles on the ire as it outlines Russian efforts to manipulate world events, particularly the 2016 American presidential election. Directed by Jack Bryan, this documentary starts by summarizing Vladimir V. Putin’s career through the time of his election as Russia’s president. In the heaps of interviews, video clips and flow charts that follow, we hear of links between Mr. Putin and Donald J. Trump; of extensive work done by Paul Manafort, Mr. Trump’s former campaign chairman, for Russia; and of foreign shell companies that launder funds for organized crime.

  • Video/Audio
    2 months ago
    by Nelson
    +23 +7

    This Smart Gun Could Save Lives

    Guns kill more than 30,000 Americans every year, far more than in any other developed country. While lawmakers and activists battle it out over legislative solutions, some are trying a different approach: integrating smart technology into guns. In this episode of "The Spark," Bloomberg follows 21-year-old inventor and entrepreneur Kai Kloepfer, who's created a "smart" handgun that could save thousands of lives.

  • Video/Audio
    1 month ago
    by jedlicka
    +20 +2

    The New York Public Library’s Collection of Weird Objects

    A lock of Walt Whitman’s hair, Jack Kerouac’s boots, and Virginia Woolf’s cane are just a few of the items of literary paraphernalia available at the New York Public Library's Berg Collection—if you have an appointment.

  • Video/Audio
    8 months ago
    by capoti
    +20 +7

    The Brit who tried to kill Trump (42 min)

  • Current Event
    8 months ago
    by cone
    +22 +8

    The Cleaners is a riveting documentary about how social media might be ruining the world

    Welcome to Cheat Sheet, our brief breakdown-style reviews of festival films, VR previews, and other special event releases. This review comes from the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. We’re in a cultural moment where the impact of social media isn’t something that we just notice when we catch ourselves heads-down in our phones or computers. It’s something that’s underscored with almost daily news stories, with each new revelation seemingly more sinister than the last.

  • Video/Audio
    5 months ago
    by aj0690
    +40 +10

    How IBM quietly pushed out 20,000 older workers

    Age discrimination can be very hard to prove.In a ProPublica feature that collected the stories of over 1,400 former IBM employees, it was estimated that a staggering 20,000 American employees ages 40 and over have been eliminated by the company. How does one of the country’s largest tech giants quietly push out this many older workers? Don’t we have laws to protect people at the end of their careers?

  • Video/Audio
    4 months ago
    by rexall
    +19 +5

    Deepfakes - Real Consequences

  • Video/Audio
    4 months ago
    by bkool
    +16 +2

    The Y2K Apocalypse

    How was Y2K? Who was Y2K? And also, where was Y2K? These are all terrible questions.

  • Video/Audio
    4 months ago
    by docudave
    +35 +5

    How Nestle Makes Billions Bottling Free Water

    Nestle, the world’s largest food and beverage company, bottles Michigan’s water for next to nothing and sells it at great profit. And the state has just approved its request to pump even more, despite the failed promise of jobs and 80,000 public comments against Nestle. Meanwhile, just two hours away, Flint still doesn't have clean water. AJ+'s Dena Takruri meets those who have a stake in this fight, including local environmentalists, a tribal citizen, ordinary residents and a Nestle spokeswoman.

  • Video/Audio
    3 months ago
    by docudave
    +14 +2

    The Story of the Indestructable Nazi Death Castles

  • Video/Audio
    3 months ago
    by gottlieb
    +17 +2

    Tarpon Fish Hunting

  • Video/Audio
    2 months ago
    by iamsanchez
    +17 +2

    Inside Taiwan’s Most Notorious Mafia

    The Bamboo Union is the largest of Taiwan’s three main criminal triads, a gang estimated to have about 10,000 members who deal in illegal gambling, drug trafficking, and beyond. It’s a powerful and, at times, brutal organization—if one of its members betrays the gang, it can cost them a limb.

  • Video/Audio
    2 months ago
    by docudave
    +5 +1

    The ruins of Raqqa, Syria

  • Current Event
    2 months ago
    by gottlieb
    +9 +2

    Robin Williams gets his just due in documentary ‘Come Inside My Mind’

    Robin Williams gets the documentary he deserves with “Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind,” which debuts on HBO on Monday, July 16. It explores every period of his life, using interviews, behind-the-scenes footage and clips of him in performance, to create a portrait not just of a career, but of a person. Indeed, it’s as a person that Williams most touched people. The outpouring of grief that followed his death in 2014 was unusual, even for a beloved celebrity. People felt that they knew him. He seemed to speak from his vulnerable inner self, and he reached people.

  • Video/Audio
    2 months ago
    by kinopravda23
    +3 +1

    Three Identical Strangers Review (2018, directed by Tim Wardle)

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by Splitfish
    +13 +1

    A Vice Guide to Travel: Human Safari

    Tourists on India's Andaman Islands are taken by the busload to watch the Jarawa tribe go about their daily lives. The Jarawa are treated like animals in a safari park, with large signs urging visitors not to feed them or give them clothing. Earlier this year, a crew from VICE Germany went to the Andaman Islands and brought back footage for this fascinating, if a bit depressing, documentary.

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by Splitfish
    +9 +2

    The Gun That Aims Itself (Documentary, 24 min)

    In spring of 2013, Texas-based start up TrackingPoint Solutions released the first ever precision-guided firearm, which is essentially a long-range, laser-guided robo rifle. Call it the gun of tomorrow: The technology is so advanced we've heard it can have beginners killing at extreme distances with single-shot accuracy in mere minutes.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by kkoolook
    +9 +1

    The Iceman Tapes - Inside The Mind Of A Mafia Hitman

    Vicious, ruthless, remorseless, brutal, fearless, violent, disturbed and callous are just some of the words which can be used to describe serial contract killer Richard “The Iceman” Kuklinski. ‘The Iceman Tapes’ attempts to take the viewer into the broken mind of a cold-blooded paranoid psycho-sociopath through a series of interviews conducted by psychiatrist Michael Baden.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by vlu77
    +2 +1

    This Film About A Sad 30 Year Old Case Needs Your Help

    30 years ago something happened to a young boy that has…

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by Splitfish
    +24 +3

    Kim Dotcom: The Man Behind Megaupload

    In October 2013, VICE News was invited to visit the infamous tech mogul and creator of Megaupload, Kim Dotcom, at his palatial property in New Zealand. Even though Kim is under house arrest—since he's at the center of history's largest copyright case—he's still able to visit a recording studio in Auckland. So check out this brand new documentary we made at Kim's mega-mansion.

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by mholl
    +2 +1

    The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara

    The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara is a 2003 American documentary film about the life and times of former U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara illustrating his observations of the nature of modern warfare. The film was directed by Errol Morris and features an original score by Philip Glass. The title derives from the military concept of the "Fog of war" depicting the difficulty of making decisions in the midst of conflict. ---wikipedia

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by sysadmin
    +17 +1

    My brother, Teddy

    A young girl’s connection to her brother with cerebral palsy is one not weighted down by a full understanding of all the ways in which he isn’t “normal.”

  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by hxxp
    +27 +1

    Free to Play: The Movie (2014)

    Free To Play is a feature-length documentary that follows three professional gamers from around the world as they compete for a million dollar prize in the first Dota 2 International Tournament. In recent years, E Sports has surged in popularity to become one of the most widely-practiced forms of competitive sport today. A million dollar tournament changed the landscape of the gaming world and for those elite players at the top of their craft, nothing would ever be the same again.

  • Current Event
    3 years ago
    by lexi6
    +17 +1

    SeaWorld lists '69 reasons why you shouldn't believe Blackfish'

    A list shared by SeaWorld runs down and criticizes every statement made in 'Blackfish.'

  • Expression
    3 years ago
    by KondoR
    +15 +1

    Documentary claims Putin was a lazy wife-beater who only turned his life around when KGB collapsed

    Vladimir Putin was regularly violent to his ex-wife Lyudmila during their marriage, a German documentary on the Russian leader has claimed. Putin the Man, made by ZDF television and shown this week, claimed to have been given access to the unseen files of an unidentified Western intelligence agency. They included details of Mr Putin’s time as a young KGB officer stationed in Dresden in the Eighties, as well as his rise to power in Russia.

  • Video/Audio
    3 years ago
    by Splitfish
    +16 +1

    Citizenfour (Full documentary, 2014)

    A documentarian and a reporter travel to Hong Kong for the first of many meetings with Edward Snowden.

  • Analysis
    3 years ago
    by AdelleChattre
    +2 +1

    Why some Indians want to 'Ban BBC'

    The BBC is being targeted by angry social media users in India after a documentary featuring an interview with a rapist on death row.

  • Current Event
    3 years ago
    by grandtheftsoul
    +2 +1

    Smog documentary blocked by China after becoming viral hit

    A hard-hitting video investigation into China's grave air pollution problem has been pulled from mainstream video sites, days after it garnered more than 100 million hits online. "Under the Dome", an independent documentary produced by former Chinese state media journalist Chai Jing, was no longer available on popular mainland video sites, including Youku and iQiyi, as of Saturday afternoon.

  • Current Event
    3 years ago
    by macavoy
    +6 +1

    Indian man responds to documentary on Indian rape with his own documentary on British rape

    The furor over "India's Daughter," a documentary by British filmmaker Leslee Udwin that examines a horrific 2012 rape case in New Delhi, has been remarkable. Last week, an official release of the film was blocked in India after a police complaint, but the documentary had already made its way onto YouTube and made headlines around the world.

  • Analysis
    3 years ago
    by wildcard
    +24 +1

    HBO’s Scientology Exposé Going Clear Is Jaw-Dropping

    The revelations in Alex Gibney’s new documentary Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief won’t come as a huge surprise to anyone who’s read Lawrence Wright’s devastating, similarly titled book-length exposé. But a movie is a very different thing than a book, for better and for worse. There were numerous books about SeaWorld’s shady practices before Blackfish came around; there was tons of literature on climate change before An Inconvenient Truth came out.

  • Current Event
    3 years ago
    by tyronne
    +15 +1

    Scientology’s Sneaky Google Ads Slam HBO Documentary?

    The Church of Scientology is famous for attacking its critics in every way possible. Now, to discredit HBO's upcoming documentary, is it turning to…Google? Trying to learn more about Going Clear, the new HBO documentary premiering March 29 about the Church of Scientology? Maybe you’ve heard about the film and want to Google it out of curiosity. That approach, the one taken by just about everyone with an Internet connection, reveals Scientology’s own attempts to...

  • Current Event
    3 years ago
    by melaniee
    +15 +1

    Church Of Scientology Calls New HBO Documentary 'Bigoted'

    The Church of Scientology is famous for its efforts to silence its critics, but it has not blocked an upcoming HBO film that turns a harsh light on the powerful organization and its leadership. Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, directed by Academy Award-winning documentarian Alex Gibney, will debut Sunday over the vigorous objection of Scientology officials.

  • Analysis
    3 years ago
    by Cobbydaler
    +15 +1

    The Woman Who Froze in Fargo

    The new movie ‘Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter’ tells the story of a Japanese woman on a quest for riches who was lured to the brutal cold of the Midwest by a Coen brothers film. The woman was real, even if the story isn’t entirely true. And it’s been told before, by a documentarian. So where is the line between fact and fiction, and just how strong is it?

  • Video/Audio
    3 years ago
    by jimmiefan48
    +4 +1

    Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story - Documentary

    We all love food. As a society, we devour countless cooking shows, culinary magazines and foodie blogs. So how could we possibly be throwing nearly 50% of it in the trash? Featuring interviews with TED lecturer and activist Tristram Stuart and acclaimed author Jonathan Bloom, Just Eat It looks at our systemic obsession with expiry dates, perfect produce and portion sizes, and reveals the core of this seemingly insignificant issue that is having devastating consequences around the globe.

  • Video/Audio
    3 years ago
    by lustig
    +5 +3

    Welcome to Union Glacier