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VICE Guide to Film is the ultimate insider's take on today's great directors.
Samuel Jackson, Juliette Lewis and Eli Roth discuss the shocking, provocative career of Quentin Tarantino, from his underdog beginnings to his blockbuster epics.
Ben Affleck and Robin Wright look at the films of David Fincher, whose mixture of craftsmanship and showmanship has created thrillers that cast a dark shadow over American cinema.
James Franco and Dustin Lance Black follow roads traveled by innovative filmmaker Gus Van Sant; Van Sant's understanding of disparaged lives continues to redefine American Film.
George Clooney and Jeff Bridges analyze the auteur tag team of Joel and Ethan Coen.
Rob Zombie and Keith David relive the shock and awe of John's Carpenter's terrifying films and explore what it takes to be the original Master of Horror.
Louis C.K. and Isabella Rossellini probe the dreamworlds of David Lynch, from Eraserhead's post-apocalyptic wasteland to Mullholland Drive's Hollywood nightmare.
Lars Von Trier's daring films have made him an art-house superstar. Collaborators Jamie Bell and Stellan Skarsgård reflect on the controversial director's themes and obsessions.
Actors Samuel L. Jackson, Clive Owen and John Turturro tackle the tough truths embodied in the films of director Spike Lee, whose political provocations and bold storytelling have garnered controversy and acclaim.
Michelle Yeoh and Elijah Wood discuss Ang Lee's filmmaking career.
George Clooney, Clive Owen, Emma Watson, and Guillermo del Toro sit down to discuss the innovation of the wildly diverse and adventurously bold Mexican director.
Matthew McConaughey and Vanessa Paradis take an intimate look at French-Canadian filmmaker Jean-Marc Vallée.
Robert De Niro and Jennifer Lawrence talk about the wild films of David O. Russell, whose films feature underdog fighters and all-American hustlers trying to make their mark.
Actors Russell Crowe, Sigourney Weaver and Geena Davis share thoughts on working with director Ridley Scott.
Ewan McGregor and Freida Pinto describe the vitality and velocity in Danny Boyle's stories of Mumbai slumdogs, Scottish junkies and other lost souls facing the fight of their lives.
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