'honey boy' director alma har’el on working through trauma with shia labeouf
The autobiographical film tackles toxic masculinity, addiction, and PTSD with help from FKA twigs.
yeule finds herself on her celestial debut album
Artist Nat Ćmiel has expanded her heavenly video game-influenced sound to cinematic proportions on 'Serotonin II.'
jacolby satterwhite’s monumental solo show is a cathartic and immersive queer fantasy
i-D talks to the artist about 'You’re at home,' which encompasses virtual reality, video projections, sculpture, and music, in a triumphant personal reckoning.
'hustlers' director lorene scafaria on capturing 00s style and telling epic stories of women
"There’s something really exciting about seeing women on screen letting loose in ways that most people never would, and seeing the complexities of it.”
bea1991's new album 'brand new adult' proves she gets better with age
The avant-garde pop star and Dev Hynes collaborator on growing up and making unsettling art.
karena evans on starring in ‘firecrackers’ and directing music videos for sza
The 23-year-old talks about her role in the feminist film, escapism, and subverting the narrative.
dewey nicks’ polaroids capture carefree celebrities in the 90s
Natalie Portman, Cindy Crawford, and Patricia Arquette are just some of the stars in his new book 'Polaroids of Women.'
how a breakup inspired the folk horror 'midsommar'
Director Ari Aster and star Jack Reynor tell i-D what's most shocking about fans reactions to the film so far.
aubrey plaza on her horror film debut in 'child's play'
For once, the actor isn't the most evil character.
‘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.'
trixie mattel cements her legacy with a new documentary
‘Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts’ shows Brian Firkus going through personal and professional challenges as the beloved drag alter-ego.
haley bennett and austin stowell choke on gender norms in ‘swallow’
The feminist thriller explores a universal story through an unusual psychological disorder.