Larry Clark’s America
September 23, 2016
In 1995, Larry Clark cemented himself in America’s filmic memory with Kids, a stark tale of sex-, drug-, and angst-fueled adolescence. But his candid approach—at times brutal, always unshrinking—extends far beyond his directorial mode.
September 28, 2009
Things we learn about Woody Harrelson in this interview: He doesn’t like losing at cards; he drives insanely fast; he’s extraordinarily patient when it comes to playing practical jokes; and why his new film, The Messenger, might be the most important one he’s ever made
July 6, 2009
Stephen Dorff has spent more than 20 years in Hollywood playing people on the fringe, including a mystical peacemaker, a transgender superstar, and even the fifth Beatle, Stuart Sutcliffe. Now he’s ready to be front and center—just in time to take on the role of a burnt-out A-list actor in Sofia Coppola’s next project.
November 24, 2008
Art dealer Tony Shafrazi is the kind of cheerful transgressive who artists love-one for whom the business of art isn’t just business as usual. In fact, the business of being Tony Shafrazi is an art in itself.