Paul Flynn talks to the writer, producer, director and star of Girls, Lena Dunham about her rapid rise to fame and that naked Emmy performance.
Adam Driver made his name as the goofy looking star of Girls, leapt from TV to the silver screen in Noah Baumbach’s indie flick, Frances Ha and now is back playing HBO's unlikely hearthrob in the third series of Girls. Weird just got a whole lot hotter.
This autumn, Aymeline Valade will make her acting debut in Bertrand Bonello’s YSL biopic, Saint Laurent.
From that unknowable, underground Scandinavian arts scene that has produced some of the greatest, darkest films and styles of our time, Jonas and Bea Åkerlund are King and Queen of the dark arts.
Aubrey Plaza plays April Ludgate in Parks and Recreation, an apathetic college student who offers her take on life, love and relationships with deadpan, witty one-liners.
Hold back! A new generation of rhymers and producers are re-energising New York City, the home of hip hop.
Marine Vacth plays the challenging role of a teenage prostitute in French flick of the moment Jeune et Jolie.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt makes his directorial debut, with Don Jon, a cutting tale of a young man addicted to pornography.
Russell Brand is the cheeky, chummy political provocateur and pound-of-flesh activist who might just start a revolution. i-D's Cody Ross, a voice from across the pond, presents a free and fair view of Mr. Big Mouth's politics.