Colin Crummy

Culture

new leading lady teyonah parris is the poster girl of empowerment

As the star of Spike Lee’s incendiary new film, Chi-Raq, Teyonah Parris is the one you need to watch.
Colin Crummy
12.22.16
Film

10 films you need to see at cannes 2016

Kristen Stewart, Lily Rose Depp and a strong band of young female directors to watch out for on the Croissette.
Colin Crummy
5.10.16
Film

day one of sundance: queer cinema's homecoming and the rise and fall of belgian rock 'n' roll

The highlights of Sundance Day one were a gay man rarely seen on the big screen and fictional bands created by 2ManyDJs.
Colin Crummy
1.22.16
Film

i’ve never seen star wars

What’s the hype like when you’ve never seen a certain little space opera? Our Film Editor Colin Crummy admits to having never been to a galaxy far, far away.
Colin Crummy
12.17.15
Culture

from drag queen to national treasure, rory o’neill charts the rise of his alter ego panti bliss

Ireland’s internationally celebrated drag performer talks transgression, politics and pulling pearls out of her bum.
Colin Crummy
11.20.15
Film

anton corbijn and life on screen

Anton Corbijn on the relationship between snapper, subject and success, explored in his new film Life, the real life story of James Dean and the photographer who captured him best.
i-D Staff
9.25.15
Film

with about ray, elle fanning joins the ranks of lgbtqi allies in hollywood

A crop of new films put LGBTQI stories on the big screen in an unprecedented fashion. Hollywood’s next step should be to give LGBTQI people access to their telling.
Colin Crummy
9.24.15
Film

bae doona is the globetrotting, selfie taking star of korean cinema

Bae Doona is loved by the Wachowskis, Korean cinema makers and Louis Vuitton. After starring in the globetrotting Sense8, she’s returned home to star in A Girl at My Door, a complex picture of a young gay woman.
Colin Crummy
9.18.15
Film

10 of the best films to book at london film festival

Beyond the red carpet events and gala screenings lies fresh new films from around the world at this year’s London Film Festival. Here’s i-D’s pick of those to book now...
Colin Crummy
9.17.15
Film

alice rohrwacher discusses her coming of age film about a beekeeping teenager

Adulthood and fading tradition collide in the Cannes winning director's fantastic new film.
Colin Crummy
7.17.15
Interview

real life bad girls: palestine’s female race team

Five car-racing girls in the West Bank are the subjects of a new documentary film, Speed Sisters
Colin Crummy
6.17.15
Culture

meet the young gay arabs causing a commotion in tel aviv

Twenty something gay Palestinians are challenging sexual and political identities.
Colin Crummy
6.15.15
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