diving into the secret history of lesbian culture with king princess
With her literary references and endless visual cues, she's reinventing the intimacy of the exclusive queer space for a new generation.
why are airlines showing 'carol' without all the same-sex kissing?
It's kind of a big part of the critically lauded lesbian film.
lesbian films at the oscars: nominees but (almost) never winners
‘Carol’: 6 nominations. ‘Notes on a Scandal’ and ‘The Kids Are All Right’: 4 each. ‘The Color Purple’: 11. Total wins: 0.
our fantasy oscar winners (no straight white men included)
As this year’s Oscars ignores the strong racial, sexual and gender diversity at the cinema, we decided to pick our own winners.
the enduring influence of saul leiter
From Todd Haynes' new film Carol to a generation of street and fashion photographers, Saul Leiter's work continues to inspire.
oscars: where are all the queer films?
Following today’s Oscar nominations, we explore why awards season really matters for the future of LGBT films.
'carol,' 'amy' and 'the danish girl' receive bafta film award nominations
Cate Blanchett, Eddie Redmayne and Alicia Vikander are among the actors in contention.
2015 the year... hollywood got real about sexism
We explore how film’s brightest stars worked to change their industry’s deeply entrenched misogyny, from Patricia Arquette’s Oscars acceptance speech to the triumph of ‘Carol’s complex characters.
the 10 best movies of 2015
A full list of the films that defined the year, from the ones you've seen ('Mad Max') to the ones you haven't ('The Tribe').
'carol' director todd haynes discusses his back catalogue
The lauded independent filmmaker talks us through his favorite moments, from Julianne Moore as a housewife to Bob Dylan's surreal 60s.
todd haynes’ 'carol' is the lesbian love story of the year
The filmmaker tells i-D about directing Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara in the most beautiful and heartbreaking film of the year.
cate blanchett on sexuality, feminism and woody allen’s “benign neglect”
The Carol actor has spoken out about the gender wage gap, the misreporting of her relationships with women and Woody Allen’s anxiety-inducing style of directing.