Joe Cohen trained in drama at the National Youth Theatre and the University of Bristol before starting a career in filmmaking, working as a freelance camera operator and subsequently for a range of independent production companies in development for documentaries. In 2010 he gained an MA at the National Film and Television School, during which his films were shown at the ICA, nominated for the Rushes Shorts Documentary Award, London Short Film Festival, Reelout Canada and the British Council Film Festival, Moscow. Since graduating he has been a regular film contributor for i-D and has produced and directed films for a number of clients including i-D, Pringle of Scotland, The Old Vic Theatre, The Red Cross and ORBIS International.
I AM DIVINE. Jeffrey Schwartz’s high octane documentary opens the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival.
G-STAR AW13. Innovation, craftsmanship and a RAWing Michael Madsen.
NICK ABRAHAMS. Winning Best Short Film at the London Short Film Festival, we catch up with Nick Abrahams.
LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL takes over our city’s cinemas and i-D’s Joe Cohen scouts out the must-sees.
DAVID LEAN’S epic returns to the big screen.
ESTHER MAY CAMPBELL on September, winning a BAFTA and future projects.
The Wise Up Issue: Lara Stone by Daniele + Iango.
MY BROTHER THE DEVIL. Director Sally El Hosaini talks about the realities of her award winning film.
SHELL. Scott Graham presents his short film ‘Shell’, starring the quietly beautiful Laura Craig.
AI WEIWEI. Director Alison Klayman discusses her new documentary about Chinese artist and political voice Ai Weiwei.
I WANT TO BE A SECRETARY. i-D online presents Sarah Wood’s award-winning London Short Film Festival entry.
COMING UP ROSES. Lisa Albright on her feature debut, part of the i-D/ Diesel and WFF screenings.
OPEN CITY DOC. Marina Abramović to Tahrir Square, here’s our ones to watch at the documentary festival.
THE LIGHT SURGEONS present their award-winning film ‘In Passing’, for the London Short Film Festival.
DOUBLE DECKER. Art Director Wilhelm Finger and Creative Director Melita Skamnaki on creativity in curating.
RILEY KEOUGH talks to i-D online about her new genre-hopping flick.
PRINGLE OF SCOTLAND and CSM present ‘Princess Grace: More than an image’ at Monaco’s NMNM.
ORDERS OF LOVE is a ten minute film by director Jes Benstock, about his own family.
NICK JORDAN is the first film-maker in our series shining the spotlight on winners of the London Short Film Festival.
TONY KAYE. The film director who brought us American History X, on his new film Detachment starring Adrien Brody.
WE’LL TAKE MANHATTAN. The story of a young David Bailey and a young Jean Shrimpton storming New York!
WOMAN E return with new track ‘Desire’ dishing i-D an exclusive glimpse at the video.
ART AGAINST KNIVES hosts an art and food extravaganza at Bethnal Green’s Town Hall Hotel.
JOACHIM TRIER, director of Oslo August 31st gets deep as we chat about growing up and giving up the dream.
PUMA Creative Impact Award. We count down the 5 shortlisted documentaries, made to effect social change.
IAN DENYER. i-D online take 5 with the BBC director and BAFTA award winner.
THE BLACK POWER MIX TAPE is a documentary film set in the US between 1967 and 1975.
BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL. Two weeks of inspirational cinema -here’s our Top 10 ones to watch!
POTICHE. Francois Ozon on his fabulously French, sensationally 70s film starring Catherine Deneuve.
GUCCI AWARD FOR WOMEN IN CINEMA: i-D online profile the five women shortlisted for this year’s award.
EDWARD YANG. Without doubt one of the modern masters of cinema, the BFI pays tribute to a visionary.
BFI London Film Festival rolls out the red carpet for an enticing programme of filmic pleasures!
TOTALLY F***ED UP, the seminal celluloid from Gregg Araki is a must for every film-lover’s DVD shelf.
TREACLE JR: Once in a while a film comes along that takes you by surprise…
Just Do It, A Tale of Modern Day Outlaws, follows the lives of some of the UK’s most prolific environmental campaig
Nicolas Philibert est un cinéaste remarquable.
This year’s Sheffield DocFest is a testament to the ongoing power and survival of the documentary film.
The Experimenta Weekend continues to showcase innovative works of experimental cinema.
This year’s 54th BFI London Film Festival is fast approaching and i-D Online has done all the hard work.
Stage diving, spandex wearing, sexually explorative Peaches is the electronic artist famed for her outlandish perform