how this cult movie rewrote the rules of lgbt+ cinema
Released 20 years ago, 'But I'm a Cheerleader', starring baby Natasha Lyonne, took a surreal and satirical look at gay conversion therapy, and led the way for a new kind of queer cinema.
the best things to watch, see and do this week in the uk
Get your indispensable gui-De to leisure action, with our culture highlights of the week.
meet the boys of ‘beats’, the euphoric movie resurrecting 90s rave culture
Cristian Ortega and Lorn Macdonald are the young stars of Scottish movie 'Beats', a coming-of-age tale exploring friendship, freedom and illegal raves.
meet félix maritaud, the visceral young actor queering french cinema
Félix's new film, 'Sauvage', is a shocking and moving story of male prostitution and it might be the most absorbing movie of the year.
the director of 'amélie' is making a mockumentary about the cult french rom-com
*cuts fringe in excitement*
shining a light on chelsea manning’s life post-prison
A new documentary tells Chelsea’s story on her own terms.
new movie 'vox lux' is like a much darker 'a star is born'
It's a vital analysis of an industry where young women’s ambitions are exploited.
how stanley kubrick used fashion to build his movie worlds
He might be one of the world’s most celebrated filmmakers, but his understanding of fashion’s storytelling potential is only now being fully explored.
female fame through a male lens
'Her Smell' and 'Teen Spirit' are the two latest films to add to the expansive canon of male-directed female fame biopics.
do you know where your cotton comes from?
We want to know what's gone into our soup — why not our clothes too? A new film from Volcom explores the benefits of organic cotton.
the 90s skate looks and brands that inspired jonah hill’s ‘mid90s’
The fashion in 'Mid90s' takes in many of the era's biggest brands.
how home invasion horror made america face its own shadow
Movies like 'Us', 'Don't Breath' and 'The Purge' provide allegories of America as a place where wealth is hoarded, violence is indigenous and the outsider is always suspicious.