derek jarman’s rediscovered 80s gay nightclub film comes to nyc
Left unseen until 2014, 30 years after it was originally shot, Will You Dance with Me? is an essential document of LGBTQ London.
10 films you have to see this year
Pedro Almodóvar returns, Kristen Stewart flourishes and Anna Wintour’s on guest list duties in the films to see for the rest of year.
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.
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.
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.
our 10 most anticipated films at this year’s sundance
i-D is at Sundance this year and as the festival kicks off, here’s the films we’re most looking forward to.
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.
the i-D guide to best neurotic actors on film
With the continued success of Michael Keaton in Birdman, we present a run down of five of our other favourite actors to go crazy on screen.
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juno temple's got the magic magic touch
With today's release of fantasy blockbuster Maleficent, we catch up with meddling fairy Thistletwit aka Juno Temple, the 24-year-old bright spark actress living life fast, ripping up the rule book and winning Hollywood over in her stride.
i-Sex: it's better than sex
In November this year, just as Andrew Bujalski’s Computer Chess was released in cinemas and Spike Jonze launched the trailer for Her, a news story broke in Japan that suggested we, as a species, are losing interest in sex.