Here's everything you need to know about Billie Eilish's new documentary
The film, from 'The September Issue' director R.J. Cutler, reveals the behind the scenes process of Billie's smash-hit debut, 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?'
20 things you need to know about martin margiela
To celebrate a new documentary about the most mysterious fashion designer ever, here’s the lowdown on the Belgian genius fanboyed by everyone from Kanye West to Raf Simons.
this short film chronicles the dark history of gay conversion therapy in ireland
As equal marriage laws ring in a new dawn in Northern Ireland, the trauma of generations of religious fundamentalism are still being felt by young Irish queer people. A new bill could help change that.
see powerful photographs of america's fringe communities
Hunter Barnes' series 'Outside of Life: Lowriders, Coolers, Bikers & Bloods' is underpinned by a desire to explore communal identity.
parisian 16-year-olds talk europe, love and liberté
In our new documentary, i-D hits the French capital and meets the teenagers making their mark on the city today.
watch the first trailer for lil peep documentary 'everybody's everything'
The film features interviews with his family, Post Malone and iLoveMakonnen.
the movie making everyone want to be satanists
i-D speaks to Lucian Greaves, co-founder of The Satanic Temple, about the documentary 'Hail Satan', which explores the group's rise to prominence.
‘paris is burning’ director jennie livingston reflects on the film's legacy
As the restored documentary returns to theaters, Livingston discusses controversy, inclusivity, and working on 'Pose.'
fka twigs takes us behind the scenes of ‘cellophane’
A new short film documents her intense pole training.
the director of 'amélie' is making a mockumentary about the cult french rom-com
*cuts fringe in excitement*
future lawyer kim kardashian is producing a documentary on criminal justice reform
It’s called ‘Kim Kardashian: The Justice Project.’
the new aoc netflix doc shows the need for emotion in politics
'Knock Down The House' has been criticised as a feel-good movie for liberals, but its point is that winning is hard and “the machine” will nearly always win in the end. What it offers is hope, and a reminder that emotions matter, especially now.
Marie Le Conte