How a Slacker Frog in an MS Paint Zine Became a Villain for the Alt-Right
In the new award-winning documentary "Feels Good Man" filmmakers Giorgio Angelini and Arthur Jones carefully examine Pepe the Frog’s fraught and fascinating legacy.
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Jena Malone Takes Antebellum
The actress talks about her latest role in the heady thriller, and shares a photo diary spanning multiple cities and years.
Ulrike Ottinger's House of Fucked-Up Fantasy
The cult filmmaker chats with GARAGE in anticipation of her Metrograph retrospective.
The Merits of a Rohmer Girl Summer
Or, how to look kind of miserable while you're out and about in a beautiful place.
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Accidental Style Icon: The Old Woman at the Airport in "Moonstruck"
Wearing an all-black outfit, the woman who puts a curse on Cher at the airport knows a thing or two about how to bust a great fit.
Nature Does the Healing in Kelly Reichardt's Films
Watch her latest "First Cow," now streaming, then escape your city-life by making your way down the rest of her oeuvre.
Meet Bottega Veneta's Men (and Neneh Cherry)
The Italian label has just released a short film by Tyrone Lebon that explores masculinity and identity and in the process allows a peek into the mind of creative director Daniel Lee.
Love and Terror
In a new essay, the novelist Leslie Jamison recounts the first time she watched Ari Aster's film "Hereditary."
Watch the Premiere of Miles Greenberg's "Alphaville Noir"
The performance was staged at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris early last year.
Tourmaline Believes in the Power of this Moment
The filmmaker's 2019 film, "Salacia," was recently acquired by the Museum of Modern Art.
A Brief History of How Diane Arbus Inspired Divine's Dawn Davenport
Meanwhile, Divine is the inspiration for Loewe's new collaboration that benefits Visual AIDS and Baltimore Pride. (See what we did there?)
The King of Staten Island Wears Online Ceramics
Decoding the hidden messages in Pete Davidson's wardrobe.