Three Movies That Prove the Year in Cinema Still Has Something to Offer

"Lovers Rock," "Notturno," and "American Utopia," which recently screened at the NYFF, offer a measure of hope.

lit

Kamala Puligandla Writes in Zigzags

The Autostraddle Editor-in-Chief discusses her debut novel and her own queer coming-of-age story.

really good grades

Nathan Fielder and Louis Theroux Teach a Masterclass on the Art of Awkward

The face of "Nathan for You" is taking his really good grades and second-rate advice to HBO.

midnight sky

Rick Owens and Miley Cyrus on Rock Stars, Recklessness, and Life on the Road

"I can say yes to anything. It would take something really fucking crazy for me to say no."

a life in

Patrisse Cullors Shares Her Objects of Self-Preservation

The co-founder of Black Lives Matter offers us an important lesson in resistance: rest.

art

Lily Stockman Brings Us Back to the Gallery

The show “Seed, Stone, Mirror, Match” will be showing at the Charles Moffett gallery until October 18th, by individual appointment only.

thirstory

Shimmying the House Down with Supermodels Linda Evangelista and Christy Turlington

The "Supers" won't get out of bed for less than $10,000, but they'll dance for a cover shoot.

ingenue

Odessa A’zion Isn’t a Troublemaker, She Just Plays One on TV

The breakout star of Netflix's new teen drama, "Grand Army," has a reputation for spiky characters. She'd like to change that.

RORSCHACH TEST

“I’m a WASP with a WAP”: Chloe Fineman on Chloe Fineman

"SNL"'s rising star offers her impressions on 14 topics, including Reese Witherspoon, Target, and #FreeBritney.

fashion

The Saint Laurent Rive Droite Project Brings Together Anthony Vaccarello and Helmut Lang

The designer and the artist have created unique sculptures using raw materials.

get out the vote

Run the Jewels Wants You to Vote

Killer Mike and El-P, the rappers that make up Run the Jewels, are getting their fans up to dance and out to vote.

actually not the worst

Chris Geere Tells Aya Cash Why She’s the Best

On the coattails of "The Boys" season two finale, the "You're the Worst" co-stars reunite for a conversation about super-suits and super-scares.

we can be heroes

All the Photos of David Bowie You Could Possibly Ever Need

A new visual anthology shows the artist at his most extraordinary.

in (dreadful) conversation

Hugh Grant and Donald Sutherland Enjoy a Perfectly Dreadful Conversation

All the innuendo that’s fit to print.

add to queue

Ava Max is Listening to Destiny’s Child, Mariah Carey, and Ava Max

The pop singer wants everyone to know she's actually "sweet but psycho."

graphic design is our passion

David King: Design As Protest

Rick Poynor, the author of the new monograph of legendary designer and activist David King, spoke to Judy Groves, King's longstanding friend and collaborator, about how his ideas helped shape the world as we know it.

lesson

Matty Matheson’s Guide to Literally Embracing Your Roots

To mark the release of his latest book, "Home Style Cookery," the Canadian chef and internet celebrity invited us to his farm for a quick tutorial on the art of producing produce.

Q&A

Don’t Call Victor Internet’s Music Bedroom Pop

The 19-year-old singer on TikTok, queerness, and proudly paying his mom's rent.

exit poll

Sofia Coppola’s “On the Rocks” Doesn’t Go Down So Smooth

The film, which premiered at NYFF last month, lacks Coppola's signature style, Shanti Escalante writes.

in conversation

Zachary Quinto and Sarah Paulson Let Themselves Lose Control

The actor from "The Boys in Band" connected with his friend and AHS co-star to discuss the acrobatics of acting, and the freedom in surrender.

in conversation

Tim Heidecker and Weyes Blood Talk About Everything and “Nothing”

Upon the release of his album "Fear of Death," the comedian and musician speaks with his collaborator about Joni Mitchell, Zoom life, and making songs about nothing.

ON-AIR

Charlamagne tha God and Stephen Colbert on Where We Are Right Now

Two of America's most trusted voices have a conversation about social media, hope, and dicks, of both the photographed and elected variety.

gen-z

Jaden Smith on His Mission to Combat the Water Crisis

The trailblazing artist is the embodiment of saavy Gen-Z activism.

in conversation

070 Shake and Bella Hadid Find Light at the End of the Tunnel

The singer and the supermodel on learning not to dwell in the sadness.

ask a sane person

Karla Cornejo Villavicencio On Why She Avoids Anger (And Why White Men Should, Too)

"I think of anger as the wick that I light on the candle that is called F*ck White Supremacy, Save Our People."

FILM JOURNAL

As He Quarantines for His Next Film, Noah Jupe Watches the Classics

Ahead of shooting the next Steven Soderbergh film, the 15-year-old actor kept a running diary as he watched movie masterpieces for the first time.

literature

Ayad Akhtar and Aasif Mandvi Investigate the Rot at America’s Core

The writer and the actor discuss equality and opportunity and all that nonsense.

Director

Julie Taymor and Helen Mirren on Why The Glorias Is a Movie for This Moment

The friends and collaborators discuss the new Gloria Steinem biopic and what it means to live a feminist life.

thirstory week!

Denzel Washington Is All Sophistication and Charm

The turn of the decade marked the ascent of Hollywood's most graceful leading man.

Thirstory Week!

Give Us More Drew Barrymore!

Before her morning show reign, the actor was free-wheeling with guitarists, daisies, and a polaroid camera.

in conversation

“I Was Kidnapped”: Edgar Ramírez Tells Nicole Kidman About His Life Less Ordinary

The actor connects with his costar to discuss their new project "The Undoing," his fear of death, and the time he narrowly escaped it.

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“This Is Getting Hot”: Arca and Rosalía Remember the Before Time

A character study of pop’s inscrutable new icon, in three acts. This is part II: Mind.

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Arca and Oscar Isaac Look Back on Their Unlikely Collaboration

A character study of pop’s inscrutable new icon, in three acts. This is part III: Spirit.

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Arca and Marina Abramović on Divas, Death, and Body Drama

A character study of pop’s inscrutable new icon, in three acts. This is part I: Body.

NICE TO MEET YOU

Utopia’s Ashleigh LaThrop Never Wants to Grow Up

Take a trip to Neverland with the actor of Gillian Flynn's "Utopia."

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