The True Cost Andrew Morgan interview

What is the True Cost of Fast Fashion?

by: Blaine Skrainka

A new documentary film project aims to explore the impact of the global clothing industry on people and the planet.

Tags: Andrew Morgan, Blaine Skrainka, Documentaries, fast fashion, free trade, Globalization, Kickstarter, The True Cost
God Loves Uganda Roger Ross Williams interview

Feeling Charitable? Think Twice Before Even Looking At That Donation Basket

by: Kristina Bravo

When violence erupts from religious fervor, whose portrait comes to mind? Probably not the doe-eyed teenage missionaries who speak in biblical verses and travel to Africa in the name of saving “the orphans.” Roger Ross […]

Tags: Documentaries, Evangelicals, Film, George W Bush, God Loves Uganda, Kristina Bravo, religion, Roger Ross Williams, The Wild Magazine, Uganda
Cutie and the Boxer

Go See Cutie and the Boxer

by: Alexin Tenefrancia

There is a kind of wild love that is present with artistic collaborative couples. Rewind to New York City’s burgeoning art scene of the ’70s. Noriko and Ushio Shinohara are one of the few who […]

Tags: 70s, Alexin Tenefrancia, Arts, Cutie and the Boxer, Documentaries, Film, Noriko Shinohara, NYC, Ushio Shinohara
Pussy Riot WILD mag world

Pussy Riot Packaged for an American TV Audience

by: Anastassia Smorodinskaya

It seems that everyone in the West, has a different reason for getting on the “Free Pussy Riot” bandwagon. Some say it’s a fight for freedom of speech, some rally in support of a global […]

Tags: A Punk Prayer, Anastassia Smorodinskaya, Documentaries, Feminism, HBO, Human Rights, Politics, Pussy Riot, Putin, Russia, The Wild Magazine

WILD Profile: Michael and Deidre, Flex is Kings

by: Kate Messinger

If you live in a city like New York, art is not hard to come by. It’s in the museums and the theaters, on street corners and even in the subway tains. As they say, […]

Tags: Brooklyn artists, dance, Deidre Schoo, Documentaries, Flex, Flex is Kings, Kate Messinger, Michael Nichols, street art, street dance, Tribecca FIlm Festival, WILD PROFILES
Bel Borba Brazilian Artist Bel Borba Aqui

Brazilian artist makes art public in Bel Borba Aqui

by: Kate Messinger

In Brazil, culture is everywhere, and for Brazillian sculptor/painter/street artist Bel Borba, art can exist anywhere and in anything. The new documentary Bel Borba Aqui follows the artist around his home town and beyond, creating […]

Tags: ART, Bel Borba, Brazil, Documentaries, Kate Messinger, The Wild Magazine
Sara Newens and Mina T. Son, filmmakers of Top Spin

WILD Profile: Sara Newens + Mina T. Son: Journey of the Teenage Table Tennis Elites

by: Julia Lola Wang

Who: Sara Newens and Mina T. Son Born: Mina: Anaheim, CA; Sara: Omaha, NE Live now: Mina: Santa Monica, CA; Sara: San Francisco, CA What they do: Documentary filmmakers What are you currently working on? Top Spin, a feature-length documentary […]

Tags: Documentaries, Julia Lola Wang, Mina T. Son, Sara Newens, The Wild Magazine, Top Spin, WILD PROFILES
Free Ai Weiwei Street Art, Soho, New York City


by: Blaine Skrainka

Ai Weiwei remains unapologetic and defiant, while continuing to be an inspiration to those who care about human rights and social justice. Although he was released from secret detention in September, the Chinese authorities continue […]

Tags: Ai Weiwei, ART, Blaine Skrainka, China, Documentaries, Film, Human Rights, Never Sorry, Politcal Dissent, Politics, Social Justice, The Wild Magazine, world


by: Blaine Skrainka

The 4th annual Imagine Science Film Festival in New York City aims to showcase compelling and creative films while maintaining scientific integrity. This year’s festival will take place October 14-21, and will have screenings at […]

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Culture, Documentaries, Education, Film, Imagine Science, ISFF, NASA, New York City, Science, The Wild Magazine