RIZ AHMED on his tailor-made role in The Reluctant Fundamental.
MUD. Director Jeff Nichols on Matthew McConaughey and his return to Sundance.
SUNDANCE LONDON. i-D Film Editor Tom Seymour picks the films to look out for.
THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES reunites director Derek Cianfrance and dreamboat Ryan Gosling.
THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES. Director Derek Cianfrance and dreamboat Ryan Gosling are reunited.
BIRDS EYE VIEW FILM FESTIVAL. i-D Film Editor Tom Seymour flies the nest in search of a fuller picture.
REALITY. Italian director Matteo Garrone on capitalism, reality TV and losing himself.
HARMONY KORINE on his new ‘fuck yeah Spring Break!’ movie.
HUMAN RIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL. Our picks from the most conscious film festival.
JO METSON SCOTT talks to i-D’s Tom Seymour about her new book The Grey Line.
THE PAPERBOY. “So luridly high-camp it would make Truman Capote blush.” Tom Seymour reports.
SIDE EFFECTS. i-D’s Tom Seymour toasts farewell to Soderbergh and hello to Mara.
OLGA KURYLENKO goes i-Nconversation to talk script less acting, modelling and To The Wonder.
PAUL DANO goes i-N Conversation on method acting, directing dreams and his new film, For Ellen.
ALFRED HITCHCOCK. “I promise you nothing but entertainment.” Tom Seymour picks his top 3 Hitchcock films.
ANTIVIRAL. Tom Seymour reviews the freaky feature debut of David Cronenberg’s 28-year-old son Brandon.
ZERO DARK THIRTY is the chilling thriller about the real life hunt for Osama bin Laden starring Jessica Chastain.
SIGHTSEERS. Winning best screenplay at the Independent Film Awards last night, we talk to the brains behind the film.
MICHAEL HANEKE explores simple truths, small tragedies and 70-year-old love in his film Amour.
THE MASTER. Joaquin Phoenix stars in Paul Thomas Anderson’s post WWII melodrama, The Master.
NICK BROOMFIELD. The BAFTA lifetime achievement filmmaker on his new film Sarah Palin: You Betcha!
BENICIO DEL TORO. The inimitable, legendary actor talks to i-D online about Hollywood and his new film, Savages.
SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN. Malik Bendjelloul’s debut documentary on Detroit folk singer, Rodriguez.
WILLEM DAFOE stars as the disciplined assassin tracking the only remaining Tasmanian tiger in The Hunter.
POLISSE. Writer/ director Maïwenn talks candidly about her experiences making the hard-hitting Polisse.
ED SKREIN. The star of iLL Manors tells i-D online about the force of being that is Plan B’s directorial debut.
IRVINE WELSH is the Scottish author who gatecrashed the literary scene. The King of Crude goes i-N conversation.
CAFÉ DE FLORE. Vanessa Paradis stars in Jean-Marc Vallée’s film about falling in love and then losing it all.
MARLEY. The cine-biography of reggae-deity Bob Marley from director Kevin MacDonald.
DELICACY. Starring the too-beautiful Audrey Tautou, Delicacy is about love in unexpected places.
INTO THE ABYSS: Werner Herzog’s collection of elegies delivered with more power than actors could ever muster.
THE KID WITH A BIKE is about a kid with a bike. Nothing less, not a lot more.
BILL CUNNINGHAM, the street style King, described by some as “the most important man in the world!”
TAYLOR KITSCH. The Canadian heartthrob and John Carter star on sleeping rough and getting ripped.
RAMPART. First came LA Confidential, Training Day and Street Kings. Now it’s Oren Moverman’s turn.
WOMAN IN FIFTH. Director Paweł Pawlikowski, the most talented British director you’ve never heard of.
WOMAN IN BLACK. Daniel Radcliffe stars in the film adaptation of the scariest play in history. Read at your peril.
SKIN. 5 volunteers giving their skin as a canvas to the world’s most revered artists.
KILL LIST: Made for less than the catering budget on most films, Ben Wheatley presents his kitchen-sink thriller.
TREE OF LIFE is Terence Malick’s fifth film in 38 years, the most delirious of reveries.
Moby is sat cross-legged in a sweet hotel suite in Marylebone in a grey hoodie and converse; glasses bold, head bald.
Director Guillaume Canet the sexy Frenchman presents Little White Lies, starring mother of his child Marion Cotillard
The love-child of Pip McKnight and Ian Francis, five-year-old Flatpack Festival qualifies as a proper pop-up.
The debut feature from Richard Ayoade and adapted from the novel by Joe Dunthorne, Submarine is a dark but endlessly