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April 2015

Doña Juan

In collaboration with French write-director Zoé Le Ber, H&M's sister brand & Other Stories presents Don Juan & Other Stories, a short film inspired by the legendary Spanish libertine Don Juan. 

Through the Looking Glass

This spring, wide-leg culottes paired with simple tunics in block colors create a sense of minimalist mystery.

Lower Dens Looks Inward

On Lower Dens' latest album, Escape from Evil, there is a beguiling sense of menace—aided and abetted by frontwoman Jana Hunter's minimal guitar work and deep, slick vocals—but the subject matter hits close to home.

Exclusive Video Premiere: Half Hero

Unlike the geometric digital rendering, abundance of glitter, and dancing in tribal costumes on the edge of a waterfall in her video for "White Nights," this video for Oh Land's "Half Hero" strips the song to its bare minimum.

The Track
Of The Week

Exclusive Track Premiere: 'Black Eye,' Walking Shapes

New Again: Martin Scorsese

Later this month, on its closing night, the Tribeca Film Festival will honor the 25th anniversary of Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas by screening a remastered version of the original film. In honor of the occasion, we revisted an interview with Scorsese from our January 1987 issue.

Kornél Mundruczó’s Dog Days

The opening scene of Kornél Mundruczó's White God unfolds like a fever dream. 

Kim Longinotto and Brenda Myers-Powell

"Personally, I don't like watching films about victims—people where you're meant to think, 'Oh, this is terrible,' and you go home feeling really depressed," explains British documentary filmmaker Kim Longinotto.

There Will Be Blood

Now 45, Australian actor Ben Mendelsohn has been acting since he was a teenager. It is only in the last five years, however, that Mendelsohn has cemented his international reputation as an unflinching character actor.

Other Features


Interview's Talent Show: Race Imboden



Trevor Noah, Smooth Criminal

The story of comedian Trevor Noah's childhood is affecting. Told in another context, it would be heartbreaking.

Other Features

Weekend News Roundup! Jay Zs App

Happy Monday! Here's our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.

U Before Me

J.C. Hallman's B & Me is a love story, a look into the writings of Nicholson Baker, but also, as the book jacket plainly states, "a true story of literary arousal."

Jenny Diski

Essayist and novelist Jenny Diski is in the midst of her most daunting project, publishing a "cancer diary," as she calls it, while she undergoes treatment for lung cancer. 

Up Close with Herb Ritts

The Museum of Fine Arts Boston mounts a new exhibition of the work of Herb Ritts. 

The Attraction of Anonymity

"Sometimes I'll be looking for a particular image, say clowns, but a lot of the time there's a randomness," artist Laura Lancaster says. "[The randomness] makes it more interesting for me—to not be too in control and to be responsive to what I'm looking at."

In Headlights

The latest show at 55 Gansevoort, a closet-sized gallery in the Meatpacking district, reaches deep into American folklore, channeling tales much larger than could fit in the space.  

Armchair Traveler: A Single Man

The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you'd want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next. 

Other Features

Trevor Noah

The story of comedian Trevor Noah's childhood is affecting. Told in another context, it would be heartbreaking.


Guggenheim Young Collectors Party 2015

March 19, 2015 @ Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NYC