Film

Opinion

Will going to the movies die in 2021?

Warner Bros announced that you’ll be able to stream ‘Dune,’ and all of their 2021 releases, at home — the same day that the films hit theatres.
Douglas Greenwood
a day ago
Culture

Artist John Rivas paints work inspired by ancestral memories of El Salvador

In a new film by Matt Jones and Joe Cohen for i-D, the artist tells us how he pays tribute to his family and heritage through his work.
Jack Sunnucks
3 days ago
Film

Lily Collins and Amanda Seyfried on making Mank

The new David Fincher movie is a front-runner at 2021’s Oscars. Here, the women who carry it dissect their characters, legacy and 'Emily in Paris'.
Douglas Greenwood
5 days ago
News

40 years of daily portraits and queering ADHD: what i-D loved this week

Everything you should have read is still here, girls!
Douglas Greenwood
11.27.20
Film

7 movies by Indigenous filmmakers to stream this month

As Native American Heritage month draws to a close, watch these films -- from cult classics like 'Smoke Signals' to lesser-known cinematic gems.
Shanti Escalante-De Mattei
11.26.20
Opinion

Murder on Middle Beach is much more than just a true crime documentary

HBO's new true crime doc follows a young man in pursuit of answers around his mother's unsolved murder.
Douglas Greenwood
11.24.20
News

Here’s everything we know about the Black Panther sequel

Sources are pointing to a new start date for the Marvel movie as rumours of new cast members swirl including... Rihanna?
Douglas Greenwood
11.23.20
Film

In Lovers Rock, Black joy exists without restraint nor tragedy

The second in Steve McQueen’s 'Small Axe' series is a gem of modern cinema, in which the freedom of Black love and entertainment roam free.
Kambole Campbell
11.23.20
News

Sofia Coppola finally explains the end of Lost in Translation

You know what we mean. THE WHISPER.
Roisin Lanigan
11.20.20
News

Spike Lee is directing a Viagra movie musical

The upcoming feature will explore how the medication revolutionised sex whilst facing opposition from Wall Street and the Catholic Church.
Tom George
11.18.20
News

Is Timothée Chalamet shooting a movie with Ariana Grande this week?

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Douglas Greenwood
11.16.20
Film

Steve McQueen’s Mangrove is a necessary movie about racist Britain

The first instalment in the Oscar winner’s ‘Small Axe’ series is an incendiary, necessary piece on the history of institutional racism.
Rōgan Graham
11.13.20
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