Tourmaline Believes in the Power of this Moment
The filmmaker's 2019 film, "Salacia," was recently acquired by the Museum of Modern Art.
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A Brief History of How Diane Arbus Inspired Divine's Dawn Davenport
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GARAGE Magazine Issue 18
"Okay Listen Up." Zola's Taylour Paige Answers the GARAGE Questionnaire
The star of the upcoming A24 film based on the iconic Twitter thread is ready for her closeup. Photographed by Campbell Addy. Fashion Editor: Gabriella Karefa-Johnson
First You Break My Board, Then You Break My Heart: The Audacious Awkwardness of 'CRSHD'
GARAGE speaks with filmmaker Emily Cohn about her debut film, which is now streaming.
Is It Just Us or Would It Be Great to Be a Mannequin Right Now?
Thinking about John Miller's "Mannequin Trilogy," on view this weekend as part of Metro Pictures' Online Film Festival.
Rebuilding Eden in the Arizona Desert
A conversation with director Matt Wolf about his new documentary, "Spaceship Earth," on the strange utopian experiment that was Biosphere 2.
Living in New York on Punk Time
Revisiting Susan Seidelman's iconic "Smithereens," almost forty years later.
Is Your Quarantine Experience More Like 'Midsommar' or 'The Lighthouse'?
Either way, things are bleak, but maybe some soon-to-be-auctioned A24 movie memorabilia can guide us through our material emotions.
Hustling During the Depression: Meet the Gold Diggers of 1933
This musical from the '30s delivers on the fantasy any Depression-era viewer would want to get lost in: beautiful stage sets, catchy songs, and wise-cracking gals.
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Joy Yamusangie and Ronan Mckenzie Embrace Movement Through Mythology
The artists discuss "WATA," their new film exploring African ancestral myths and the power of community.