'heathers' director michael lehmann dissects the film’s lasting influence as it celebrates its 30th anniversary
Turns out, droll dialogue and color coded croquet balls are perfect meme fodder.
timothée chalamet’s ‘hot summer nights’ is an instant teen classic
i-D talks to director Elijah Bynum about directing his first film.
a rare interview with the blaze, the duo behind your favourite music videos
They’ve won awards, blown minds and made you cry. So what’s next?
the new jonbenet ramsey documentary will change the way you see the unsolved murder
Kitty Green's new experimental film looks at the 1996 murder of the child beauty pageant queen.
ava duvernay is the first an african american woman to direct a $100 million film
The 'Selma' director is making history with her latest project.
a teenage drill dance squad faces a terrifying, invisible enemy in ‘the fits’
Speaking with director Anna Rose Holmer about the mysteries of mass hysteria, isolation and the sequinned world of Cincinnati's Drill squads.
finding the truth in the legend of janis joplin
We speak to Amy Berg about her new documentary that charts the life, humanity and tragedy of Janis Joplin.
director lenny abrahamson is cinema's new surprise star
His new film 'Room' has catapulted Lenny Abrahamson to fame and two Academy Award nominations.
we called 'hotline bling's director x on his cellphone
Director X gives i-D the lowdown on his favorite 'Hotline Bling' memes, getting Drake to dance and the James Turrell comparisons.
taylor swift's 'wildest dreams' director fights back against whitewashing claims
Joseph Kahn insists it's not a video about colonialism, but a period love story.
the diary of a teenage girl director talks acid trips and the film's nc-17 rating
Marielle Heller made the female coming of age story we've been waiting for.
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keeping it in the family, angelina jolie and son maddox team up on new film
Tackling the subject of the Cambodian genocide, the Hollywood activist has announced her new project.