Bessie Rubinstein

Babyteeth Director Shannon Murphy Has Seen Countless Videos of Eliza Scanlen Dancing

June 22, 2020

With her debut film, the ‘Killing Eve’ director insists that love is never perfect, even if it’s your first and last.

Frances Cha Goes Beyond the Gloss

April 24, 2020

After working as a reporter who translated sensational Korean events for the Western world, the writer turns to fiction to weave a web between two continents.

Exit Poll: ‘Corpus Christi’ Does What ‘Three Billboards’ Wished It Could’ve

April 15, 2020

The plot is familiar—the lead performance, far from it.

Purity Ring Wants to Wrap Themselves (and Us) in Music

April 7, 2020

Following their new album “Womb,” Megan James and Corin Roddick turn us onto the tried-and-true tracks that keep them cozy, from ‘The Revenant’ score to Hanson.

Margaret Glaspy is Listening to Björk, Missy Elliott, and The Mandalorian

April 3, 2020

The singer-songwriter recalls her very first concert, her musical inspirations, and details her new album, Devotion.

Ed Templeton and William Strobeck On Skateboarding and Sweaters

March 27, 2020

The two artists and godfathers of skate culture discuss their work for agnés b., and giving street cred to the snap cardigan.

With First Cow, Kelly Reichardt Gives Us Friendship, Clafouti, and Udders

March 19, 2020

The director of the A24 film on bovine casting, biscuits, and the merits of keeping your nose to the ground.

Meet Roberto Lugo, the Potter Making Ceramics of Biggie and Basquiat

March 17, 2020

Seth Rogen’s new favorite potter walks us through his massive vessels, which insist on facilitating improbable cross-cultural conversations.

The Compulsive Satisfaction of Swallow

March 9, 2020

With his neurotic psychothriller, director Carlo Mirabella-Davis updates the melancholic housewife trope for the Ikea age.

Drag Artist Silvero Pereira on Getting Blood-Soaked in Bacurau

March 6, 2020

The drag artist and activist Silvero Pereira is a lot like his character Lunga in the Brazilian film—but a little less blood-soaked.

Kantemir Balagov Films Women Who Survived, and Have to Live

March 5, 2020

The 28-year-old director of the Cannes-winning “Beanpole” doesn’t like attempts to explain the complex, but we tried it anyway.

How Café Forgot is Healing New York’s Retail Landscape

February 20, 2020

Behind the doors of the sustainable, community-oriented pop-up shop that’s taking daydreams seriously.

Kim Shui Sells Bruce Lee By the Seashore: The Designer’s 2020 Mood Board

February 14, 2020

From Bruce Lee to bodycon, the buzzy designer walks us through the inspirations for her latest collection at NYFW.

That Time Laura Dern’s Mom Brought A Lollipop To A David Lynch Abortion

January 29, 2020

When Laura Dern learned her mother, the actress Diane Ladd, has a Lynchian mind.