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Chris Evans talks through the Gucci Guilty campaign in collaboration with Frida Giannini and Frank Miller.
“I love narrative in songwriting, always have. The ability to delve into character and story, and to lose yours
The debut feature from Richard Ayoade and adapted from the novel by Joe Dunthorne, Submarine is a dark but endlessly
Rob Epstein takes on the erstwhile impossible task of capturing the spirit of the Beat generation on celluloid. &nbs
Catfish provides unprecedented insight into the dysfunctional relationships formed within social networking forums.
Fresh from causing controversy in Paris where under 18s were banned from his retrospective ‘Kiss The Past Hello’
Vanessa Paradis is the iconic French singer, actress and model with the gappy teeth, feline features and girlish smil
Photographer, filmmaker, artist, screenwriter: Ben Charles Edwards has got the lot. Right now he’s turning his
Scarlett in conversation with designer artisans Whitaker Malem.
i-D Online met with Timothy Foster, Director of Photography on Channel 4’s latest youth culture venture Welcome to
When David Lynch turns his camera hand to music, it’s all eyes on the video. The mind behind some of the darkest fi
Teen Tavi picks her favourite Teen Movies!
Kazuo Ishiguro, author of the novel ‘Never Let Me Go’, urged viewers: “If you’ve read the book, t
Marcel the Shell with Shoes On WARNING: If you haven’t already checked out Marcel’s antics, do so now he
Shannon Plumb has mastered the art in her silent film clips inspired by the muted magic of screen legends Charlie Cha
66 drafts and a manifesto. 12 years in the making. Blue Valentine warms your heart and then freezes it over.
Psychological horror ‘Black Swan’ is an intense melodrama set within the New York ballet scene, charting
Peter Garriock, gives us the scoop behind the DC comic character, Green Hornet.
Enter the dry-humoured, slowly great world of Sofia Coppola’s ‘Somewhere’.
We celebrate the 80th birthday of maverick French-Swiss filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard.
Opening today, the third Fashion in Film Festival presents Birds of Paradise, a multi-layered, multi-stranded city ta
Famous for his moody music photography, director Anton Corbijn has landed his first big Hollywood picture.
A typical 2.4 American family – with a few small tweaks. First off, Mom and Dad are actually Mom and Mom. Confu