Crude, contrary—and killing it: Meet the auteur of awkwardness.
The shape-shifting actor is on a roll.
After almost 25 years, the master actor steps behind the camera.
On the building blocks of horror.
France’s fashion muse.
Through writing, actor Zawe Ashton is slowly shifting her role from object to subject.
Why does the fashion in films so often disappoint?
On the urgency of intimacy coordinators on set.
Iranian artist and filmmaker Shirin Neshat pays homage to the iconic Egyptian singer Oum Kulthum.
On the limits of autobiography.
The remarkable director discusses starting from nothing, over and over again.
The woman who changed the face of China.
The quixotic history of an improbable, impossible machine.
In Los Angeles, Miranda July talks to Robert Ito about pouring the fear, pleasure and unspoken weirdness of life into her genre-bending art.
The man who taught a generation to love—and protect—the oceans.
The 20-year-old director talks to Sharine Taylor about walking the tightrope between teen prodigy and award-winning filmmaker.
Greta Lee built her reputation playing charismatic outsiders in other people’s stories. Now, she’s writing her own.
How did one of Egypt’s leading architects end up walking the red carpet at Cannes?
The Iranian-American filmmaker bringing her “weird and sexy” stories—and her parents—to set.
The Girl director discusses the language of dance.
What does it take to get on Barry Jenkins’ call sheet? Candice Frederick speaks to the woman who knows.
A conversation with the world’s most audacious bad-tastemaker.
Charles Shafaieh meets the Proust scholar who wrote Call Me By Your Name.
Actress, princess, icon, enigma: Understanding Hollywood’s “snow-covered volcano.”