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Nirvanna the Band the Show The Boy
Matt and Jay befriend a sick kid to use his final wish to ask for Nirvanna the Band to play the Rivoli. They wind up showing him the time of his life, but will time run out.
FUBAR: Age of Computer Afterbirth
Terry and Dean discover high-speed internet while trying to record a concept album.
Terror Boko Haram
An obscure religious movement quickly becomes a regional terrorist network. Suroosh travels to Nigeria to investigate Boko Haram's rise and the military struggle to contain it.
Nirvanna the Band the Show The Big Time
Matt convinces Jay that to book a gig at the Rivoli, they need to make a film. Matt sneaks it into Sundance, becoming a pseudo-celebrity and spiraling out of control.
FUBAR: Age of Computer Blindin' Love
The Wrestlers Wrestling With the Wall
Abandoned California Water Supply
The Salton Sea Owen's Lake, California has had water problems since day one. Rick breezes through to get a whiff of what the future has in store for the Sunburned State.
Abandoned Route 66
Once touted as the Mother Road, Route 66 is a shadow of its former self. Rick and co-pilot Frank Gerwer take the journey to find out what remains along this nostalgic pipeline.
VICE Guide to Film Alfonson Cuaron
Shane Smith explores the film culture and spends time with his favourite filmmakers.
VICE Guide to Film David Cronenberg
From Scanners to Eastern Promises, John Carpenter, Rosanna Arquette, and Geena Davis reflect upon psychological and the physical in the boundary-pushing films of David Cronenberg.
VICE Guide to Film Spike Lee
Samuel L. Jackson, Clive Owen and John Turturro tackle the tough truths of Spike Lee, whose political provocations and bold storytelling have earned him controversy and acclaim.
VICE Guide to Film Werner Herzog
James Franco, Harmony Korine, and Errol Morris explore the wild worlds of German maverick Werner Herzog, whose films have taken us from the Amazon to the Arctic and beyond.
Funny How? The Art of the Bomb
Bombing strikes fear in the heart of every stand-up. But what does it mean to bomb?
Funny How? Nature vs. Nurture
Can comedy be taught in a classroom? We explore this question with the help of iconoclastic comic Doug Stanhope and visit with those trying to teach the craft of comedy.
Funny How? For the Love of God
Christian comedy is big business, but exists outside of the mainstream. We visit with some of the comics who are trying to bring laughs in His name.
Funny How? Queer Now
Queer comics have historically been hidden from sight. What it's like working as an LGBTQ comic.
Dead Set on Life Rang's Journey
Matty and Rang head to south Vietnam to visit the town where Rang grew up. Matty meets Rang's family and learns the harrowing story of how Rang came to Canada.
Dead Set on Life The French Connection
Matty and Rang head to Hanoi to check out Vietnam's growing restaurant scene and meet up with a few French ex-pats to sample some of the best French inspired Vietnamese dishes.
Dead Set on Life Mardi Gras, a Young Man's Game
Matty heads to New Orleans to check out two different takes on Mardi Gras; Lundi Gras in the Lower 9th ward, and Cajun Mardi Gras in Lafayette.
Dead Set on Life The High Cost of Arctic Living
Matty experiences the Inuit way of life while visiting the Arctic. On his journey to Iqaluit, Nunavut, he discovers how the high cost of food is impacting Inuit traditions.
Cyberwar America's Elite Hacking Force
Tailored Access Operations, or TAO, is the NSA's elite hacking force.
Cyberwar Cyber Mercenaries
Authoritarian regimes are using spyware tools bought from private companies in the West. Hacker PhineasFisher targeted these companies to reveal their deals to suppress dissent.
Cyberwar Syria's Cyber Battlefields
On the frontlines of one of the world's bloodiest conflicts, a parallel war is being fought in cyberspace.
Cyberwar Hacked by China
From Google to the government, China has hacked many American networks. But there's a difference between spying and stealing intellectual property.
Terror Islamic State
The Islamic States rise left a trail of unparalleled brutality, captured and published in disturbing detail. In Iraq Suroosh traces the groups origins back to a U.S. prison camp.
Terror Al Qaeda
As the U.S. War on Terror decimates Al Qaeda's global network, the group's Yemeni offshoot finds new ways to stay relevant.
A bomb-maker, a human trafficking interventionist, a hip hop jeweller, and an internet celebrity take advantage of Houston's free-wheeling way of doing business.
Oakland's DIY style inspires an edibles champion, a shipping container dweller, an LGBT comedian, and a founder of a bike chairity, to impact their community.
Vice Canada On Hold
Transgender health access is a rarely discussed but highly contentious topic in Canada.
Rise Hawaiian Sovereignty
Travel to Indigenous communities and meet people protecting their homelands.
An aspiring MMA fighter, a car salesman, a recovering addict, and a rap artist. Each have a complex relationship with money and a plan to survive and thrive in Memphis.