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  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by bkool
    +17 +5

    How artist Curtis Wallen used the Deep Web to create a person who does not exist

    Curtis Wallen is a Brooklyn-based photographer and visual artist. But, since January 2013, Wallen has been using the Deep Web to systematically create Aaron Brown, a person that doesn’t actually exist. Using Tor, Bitcoin, and various other methods, Wallen was able to procure a State of Ohio driver’s license, a boating permit, State Farm insurance card, Comcast cable bill (for proof of address), and a certified membership card for the Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas.

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by wondaROY
    +14 +4

    Kim Dotcom: The Man Behind Mega

    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
    5 years ago
    by Splitfish
    +24 +6

    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
    5 years ago
    by KondoR
    +14 +5

    The Largest Submarine in The U.S. Navy

    USS Pennsylvania is a United States Navy Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine which has been in commission since 1989. The Ohio class is a class of nuclear powered submarines used by the United States Navy. The Navy has 18 Ohio-class ballistic missile submarines and guided missile submarines.

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by Nelson
    +22 +4

    Stunning new footage of defiance emerges from North Korea

    A groundbreaking new documentary is using smuggled footage to paint a new and dramatic picture of the Hermit Kingdom, North Korea. Much of the world sees North Koreans as brainwashed and subservient, bowing down to Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un. The Frontline documentary “Secret State of North Korea” from the American public broadcaster PBS shows that for many people in North Korea, just the opposite is true.

  • Expression
    5 years ago
    by aj0690
    +21 +4

    The New Aaron Swartz Documentary at Sundance

    “The Internet’s Own Boy,” a documentary about the life and death of Aaron Swartz, premièred on Monday at the Sundance Film Festival, where it received a standing ovation. The life of Swartz as a coder and an Internet thinker is well known. A believer in free access to knowledge, in 2010 Swartz installed a computer in an M.I.T. supply closet and downloaded a large number of old academic articles.

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by vlu77
    +15 +3

    This Short Documentary Will Break Your Heart – Warning: Graphic Drug Use Depicted

    Most people don't grasp how large the problem of homele…

  • Review
    5 years ago
    by tedc
    +18 +3

    The Extraordinary Aaron Swartz: Sundance Sees 'The Internet's Own Boy'

    How the late, heroic programmer's commitment to logic inspired a lifetime of unpredictable and very specific choices

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by zyery
    +8 +3

    The Baidu Billionaire: Inside the Google of China

    Baidu is the world's 5th most visited website and China's most popular search engine, but how much does the rest of the world know about the "Google of China?" Bloomberg West's Emily Chang sits down for an exclusive interview with Baidu's CEO Robin Li, China's third richest man. They cover everything from the company's history, to censorship by the Chinese Government, to competition with Apple, Google and Alibaba.

  • Expression
    5 years ago
    by timex
    +17 +2

    The thrilling life of the world's most fearless travel blogger

    The Pakistani man wielding the automatic rifle didn't talk much as he escorted Steven McDonald to the village of Kalash in the country’s tumultuous Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. In the long series of encounters that McDonald has had traveling to some of the world's weirdest and most dangerous locales, the man with the AK-47 could almost count as peaceful.

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by mholl
    +2 +2

    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
    5 years ago
    by grandsalami
    +17 +7

    Revolution in Ukraine: Dispatch from the Presidential Palace

    As protesters in central Kiev took over the parliament building on Saturday, others headed to President Yanukovych's highly controversial private estate of Mezyhrhrya, just outside the city. The estate, half the size of Monaco, cost hundreds of millions of dollars to build, much of it coming from embezzlement and corruption, and had long been in the protesters' sights.

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by Daedaldan
    +1 +2

    The Runners (2013)

    Pounding the tarmac through the seasons, a band of runners are brazenly challenged with intimate questions as they pace their routes. Liberated from responsibilities, their guards drop dramatically, releasing funny and brutally frank confessions, and weaving a powerful narrative behind the anonymous masses. A film by Matan Rochlitz & Ivo Gormley. The Runners on The Guardian: theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/the-running-blog/2013/nov/15/the-runners-film-interviewing-people-jogging

  • Current Event
    5 years ago
    by geoleo
    +14 +2

    'Starcraft 2' documentary 'Good Game' to premiere next week

    “Athletes shouldn’t be role models,” says Greg “Idra” Fields in the opening scene of Good Game, an indie StarCraft 2 documentary. “Neither should we. We’re here because we’re really good at games. That doesn’t say anything about your personality or ethics or morals. I’m in esports because of the competition. I like beating people.”

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by Daedaldan
    +2 +2

    Wright's Law (2013)

    An amazing educator in the Louisville School System, Jeffrey Wright pours his heart and emotion into the well being of his students. Little do they know that Wright's life at school is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the love he carries for his own family. Winner of the L.E.S. Film Festival Best Doc Short. Directed by Zack Conkle.

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by Daedaldan
    +9 +4

    There's No Tomorrow (2012)

    A 34 minute animated documentary about resource depletion and the impossibility of infinite growth on a finite planet. The first production by http://www.incubatepictures.com

  • Current Event
    5 years ago
    by messi
    +12 +3

    California bill would ban SeaWorld orca shows

    A documentary that claims to expose the ill-treatment of orcas and problems with trainer safety at SeaWorld has spurred action from a California state lawmaker. Assemblyman Richard Bloom, D-Santa Monica, has proposed legislation banning the use of orcas for performance purposes at California aquatic theme parks as a result of details revealed in the movie Blackfish.

  • Expression
    5 years ago
    by zobo
    +14 +3

    The ‘Boys’ in the Bunkhouse

    For more than 30 years, he and a few dozen other men with intellectual disabilities — affecting their reasoning and learning — lived in a dot of a place called Atalissa, about 100 miles south of here. Every morning before dawn, they were sent to eviscerate turkeys at a processing plant, in return for food, lodging, the occasional diversion and $65 a month. For more than 30 years.

  • Expression
    5 years ago
    by ilyas
    +31 +8

    Two Years After KONY 2012, Has Invisible Children Grown Up?

    In March 2012, a human rights organization’s documentary about a central African despot became the most viral video of all time, and the ensuing furor resulted in its leader’s bizarre public meltdown. On the second anniversary of the phenomenon, everyone involved is still figuring out what it all means.

  • Expression
    5 years ago
    by zobo
    +17 +7

    Japan's Radioactive Nightmare

    The documentary “Nuclear Nation” presents the ongoing horror in and around Fukushima.

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

    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.”

  • Current Event
    5 years ago
    by CoffeeJunky
    +20 +11

    NSFW Lebanon's Hash Farm Wars

    Lebanon's feuding militias are still using drugs as a source of income. The Lebanese government is cracking down on smaller cannabis farmers, while drug lords continue to act with impunity.

  • Analysis
    5 years ago
    by KondoR
    +16 +4

    Monsanto Owns Us: The Monopoly of Seeds and Intellectual Property Rights

    For plants designed in a lab a little more than a decade ago, they’ve come a long way: Today, the vast majority of the nation’s two primary crops grow from seeds genetically altered according to Monsanto company patents.

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by AriZona
    +28 +3

    How a 5'5" Basketball Player Trained Himself to Dunk

    Brandon Todd is one of the shortest men in the world capable of dunking a basketball.

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by hxxp
    +27 +2

    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.

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by Pio
    +4 0

    Free to Play: Valves documentary on dota 2

    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.

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by belangermira
    +20 +3

    The Ugly Truth About Horse Racing

    An exposé by PETA, published in The New York Times, shows a side of the sport that the industry has tried hard to shield from public view. 

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by Nelson
    +30 +5

    Manhunt: Inside the Boston Marathon bombing investigation

    Federal investigators tell Scott Pelley the inside story of the Boston Marathon bombing manhunt a year after the infamous act of terror

  • Interactive
    5 years ago
    by Pio
    +21 +5

    5.5 million people watched Valve's Dota 2 documentary over the weekend

    Valves documentary "free to play" was witnessed by 5.5 million people on its opening weekend, making it one of the most watched documentaries ever.

  • Current Event
    5 years ago
    by JonAlmighty
    +1 +1

    She Got Game: A Documentary Celebrating Women In Gaming - ASidCast

    “A celebration of women in the gaming world through the eyes of a young woman interviewing developers, gamers, cosplayers and more!” She Got Game is a documentary in the making, about not only female video game developers and competitive gamers, but about the gaming industry and community as a whole, and of course, the female …

  • Expression
    5 years ago
    by hxxp
    +13 +4

    The Dead Zoo Gang

    A globetrotting saga about international rhino horn thieves.

  • Analysis
    5 years ago
    by KondoR
    +18 +3

    Hitler May Have Married a Jew, DNA Study Suggests

    Adolf Hitler may have “unwittingly” married a Jewish woman, according to a controversial UK television documentary. DNA analysis of hair samples from a hairbrush claimed to belong to Eva Braun, Hitler’s long-term mistress who married the Nazi dictator hours before their joint suicide, are said to contain a specific sequence passed through the maternal line which hints at Jewish roots.

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by guardini1978
    +1 +1

    BANGKOK GIRL -- Thailand Night Life Documentary

    Filmed in 2002 - Bangkok Girl provides a glimpse into Thailand's notorious and booming night scene through the experiences of a 19-year-old bar girl. Working in the bars from the age of thirteen, she has managed to avoid selling her body—a remarkable revelation given her surroundings — but her refusal to take part in this all-too-common profession for young Thai women cannot last.

  • Analysis
    5 years ago
    by TNY
    +19 +3

    9 Animals That Are On the Verge of Disappearing Forever

    Over the weekend, the IMAX documentary Island of Lemurs: Madagascar opened in theaters. Narrated by Morgan Freeman, it is an attempt to raise awareness about efforts to conserve what researchers call the most threatened mammal on Earth. Here’s a glimpse at other threatened and endangered animals that have made headlines recently.

  • Video/Audio
    5 years ago
    by doodlegirl
    +23 +5

    Video: Thank You For Vaping

    In 1963, a patent was filed for a “smokeless non-tobacco cigarette,” but the invention did not take off. Forty years later, in 2003, Hon Lik, a Chinese pharmacist whose father had died of smoking-induced lung cancer, patented a similar device—this time, reimagined with nicotine. Fast-forward ten more years, to 2013, and electronic cigarettes—or e-cigs, as they’re often called— had mushroomed into a billion-dollar industry.