Vice Media’s brand of gutsy, graphic (and frequently grim) documentary content has captivated — and baffled — audiences: Vice has documented the gun markets of Pakistan, the sewers of Bogota, an armed Michigan militia, the Russian Mafia and a tribe of Indonesian cannibals, among other topics. How did the Vice team get into these communities? More importantly: how did they get out?
In this episode of Raindance’s Step & Repeat (above), we go inside the Vice engine to find out how they develop their content, assess risk and get access to compelling (and often dangerous) subjects.
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