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the true story of the teenage girl who shot singapore's first feminist road movie

A new documentary unravels the story of ‘Shirkers’ – a lost 90s feminist movie about a teen killer made by Sandi Tan.
Oliver Lunn
10.23.18
Culture

'heathers' director michael lehmann dissects the film’s lasting influence as it celebrates its 30th anniversary

Turns out, droll dialogue and colour coded croquet balls are perfect meme fodder.
Oliver Lunn
8.15.18
Film

soda jerk remix cinema history to create the best movies that never existed

Following their epic collaboration with The Avalanches, we talk to the creative duo and sample-nerds about free culture activism, the politics of images and literally rewriting film history.
Briony Wright
1.10.17
2016

2016 was the year that… cinema showed its power

The best cinema of the year has also been the most diverse; from Moonlight, to Mustang and American Honey, it’s been a politically charged year on the silver screen.
Colin Crummy
12.29.16
Film

​the true story of a young female mass murderer in 70s prague

Michalina Olszanska is the breakout star of a new film about the last woman to be executed in Czechoslovakia. We sat down with the actress to talk about difficulties and challenges of playing such a complex character.
Oliver Lunn
11.18.16
Culture

meet the future stars of french cinema

i-D and Kenzo shoot the exciting, young talent nominated for the César Award for Most Promising Young Actor and Actress, and ask them about their vision of the future.
i-D Staff
3.12.16
News

tao okamoto says asian actors are the 'minority of the minorities’

​The model turned Batman v Superman star is tired of being cast in fantasy films.
Matthew Whitehouse
3.11.16
Culture

​tell no one: secret cinema’s explosive, political new experience

The immersive film and participative theatre experience transports attendees, or rather their allocated personae, to a Secret World of cinematic fantasy and dystopian possibility.
i-D Staff
3.2.16
Culture

the most i-Conic coming of age couples

Our alternative to Valentines Day’s soppiness.
Tish Weinstock
2.13.16
Film

the art of exploitation cinema

The Danish filmmaker behind Drive, Nicolas Winding Refn, talks about his new book of 60s and 70s exploitation cinema posters.
Colin Crummy
10.8.15
News

danny boyle confirms that a 'trainspotting' sequel is in the works

Just in time for the original’s 20 year anniversary, the legendary director is getting the band back together.
Ellen Rule
9.10.15
News

your favourite film posters got an emoji make-over

Feat. Blue is The Warmest Colour, Donnie Darko, American beauty and more.
i-D Staff
8.18.15