Dane Harrison

Film

Celebrating 20 years of being In the Mood for Love

Cinematographer Christopher Doyle unpacks the cosmic influence of Wong Kar-wai's seminal work and its impact on contemporary filmmaking, from Sofia Coppola to Xavier Dolan.
Dane Harrison
9.9.20
Culture

The punk art collective fusing political activism and streetwear in Russia

From strict drug laws to LGBTQ+ rights, Kultrab highlights the country's most pressing issues. Their latest project is a cyborg-inspired photo series, and a call to action on climate change.
Dane Harrison
8.19.20
News

A breakdown of what's happening in Belarus right now

Thousands took to the streets of Minsk to protest the country's recent election, but demonstrators face ongoing police violence.
Dane Harrison
8.13.20
Culture

This coming of age novel explores what it means to be queer in Poland

'Swimming in the Dark' is a sun-soaked love story that rivals 'Call Me By Your Name' and contextualises the struggle for LGBTQ+ rights.
Dane Harrison
7.15.20
Film

Zendaya’s new secret film was shot entirely during quarantine

'Euphoria' season two delays aside, the making of 'Malcolm & Marie' shows just how much the pandemic has impacted Hollywood.
Dane Harrison
7.13.20
Fashion

Watch ODOR's horny, Chatroulette-inspired fashion film

The Russian brand present their AW20 collection using the infamous online platform and models in varying states of dress (and undress).
Dane Harrison
6.26.20
Photography

Bogdan Shirokov captures a softer side of Moscow's youth

The Russian photographer's portraits challenge Russian male stereotypes and celebrate their more emotional side.
Dane Harrison
3.11.20
Thinkpiece

Too much self-care is making us careless

The world’s burning: do you really want to be lying in bed with a face mask while it does?
Dane Harrison
12.26.19
Opinion

we didn't need a sequel to 'call me by your name' after all

'Find Me' only painstakingly details the in-between years of Elio and Oliver's love affair when we already know how it's going to end.
Dane Harrison
11.7.19
Culture

céline dion has been breaking the gender binary since 1991

Our investigation proves Céline was an advocate for gender-fluidity long before she broke into a maternity ward.
Dane Harrison
Dane Scott
11.19.18
Music

how lana del rey made her life a work of art

Seven years after the summer of 'Video Games,' Lana no longer cares if you think she's faking it.
Dane Harrison
Dane Scott
9.13.18
Culture

instagram is the only dating app we're all using

Instagram publicizes our private moments and makes our relationships "official." It's shaping how we love even if we think it doesn’t.
Dane Harrison
Dane Scott
8.30.18
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