The drama, about a group of gay friends in San Fran, won't be returning for a third season.
We catch up with the actress to talk severed heads, musical montages and why it’s really hard to be funny.
Filmmaker Matt Wolf discusses his new documentary about the eccentric artist behind every New Yorker's favorite children’s book Eloise, and its biggest fan.
The 22-year-old actor behind everyone’s favourite breakfast-eating character, Walt Jr, has Cerebral Palsy in real life but he doesn’t see it as a disability.
As she plays a feminist princess in the new Studio Ghibli animation, Chloë continues to go against what the world expects from a young woman in the film industry.
We catch up with the Australian actor to talk playing the villain, doing his own stunts and why he wants to work with Christian Bale
As i-D premieres the new film from Terence Nance, we speak to the director about his career to date.
First time filmmaker David Thorpe went on a journey to discover what makes our voices sound 'gay' or 'straight'.
Last year American photographer Petra Collins embarked on a road trip across America's southern states to capture young female dancers on film.
As his new installation opens at MoCA, we caught up with the dynamic director behind FKA twigs, Flying Lotus, and Kendrick Lamar’s best videos.
We interview the director behind a new documentary shining a light on the Burmese punks fighting against military dictatorship and standing up for human rights.
The artist takes to Berlin this weekend for a new exhibition as part of Lunch Bytes' roving European seminar on art and digital culture.
Though hampered by death, earthquakes and a spiralling budget, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya is an emotional triumph of Japanese emotion.
Spoof Victoria Beckham and laugh at the shit fashion girls say, here's how to make fun of fashion and make sure fashion laughs along too.
James Franco's new film, I Am Michael, explores the life of gay youth activist Michael Glatze who worked at xy magazine and became a Christian pastor denouncing homosexuality.
Famed for distilling decades of British subculture into series’ of images, photographer Iain McKell is now taking us on a tumultuous journey across America…