Luca Guadagnino and Jonathan Anderson on Disaster and Desire
October 25, 2022
The “Bones and All” director and his collaborator discuss America’s forgotten middle, failing upward, and how alienation can inspire something as universal as a love story.
Dune Star Timothée Chalamet is Still Following in Leonardo DiCaprio’s Footsteps
September 30, 2021
This week in Thirstory, we’re flipping the pages of our June/July 2017 issue.
In Five Places at Once with Moncler’s MONDOGENIUS Presentation
September 27, 2021
For Milan Fashion Week, Moncler debuts a multi-city presentation featuring performances by Alicia Keys and Solange Knowles.
Back in the Saddle with Jeremy Irons
December 8, 2020
The actor is a shirtless stallion in our June 1990 feature. Oh, and the horse is pretty handsome, too.
“It All Became One”: Jack Dylan Grazer on His Mind-Meld with Luca Guadagnino
October 7, 2020
The star of HBO’s “We Are Who We Are” looks back on a creative experience unlike any other.
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Luca Guadagnino and Dev Hynes Discuss Opera, Heartbreak, and the Sexiness of Seth Rogen
September 30, 2020
Guadagnino’s HBO series “We Are Who We Are,” scored by Hynes, is the logical next step for a director guided by the principle of pleasure.
Actress Mia Goth and Luca Guadagnino reenact her Suspiria audition
September 13, 2018
A Los Angeles–based Canadian ingénue with a British-ish accent who feels teleported from the future yet calls to mind a young Shelley Duvall? No wonder her mother named her Mia Gypsy Mello da Silva Goth.
The original Suspiria star shared her thoughts on Luca Guadagnino’s remake
May 1, 2018
Jessica Harper, who plays the original ballet star, took to Facebook to say that the film was the scariest film she’s ever seen.
Is Timothée Chalamet the new Leonardo DiCaprio?
April 5, 2018
If not, why do we like pretending he is?
The untold story of Michael Stuhlbarg’s emotional Call Me By Your Name speech
December 20, 2017
As Professor Perlman in one of the most powerful films this year, his speech ripped open hearts and left them bleeding on cinema seats around the world. But why was it so important?