Jordan Kristine Seamon, breakout star from Luca Guadagnino’s We Are Who We Are, covers the Autumn 2020 issue.
The first trailer for Millie Bobby Brown's Enola is finally here, and love is in the air for Saoirse Ronan and Kate Winslet's new drama Ammonite: all new films in this week's Screen Wonders.
Tilda Swinton as the Turquoise Fairy, Ewan McGregor as Jiminy Cricket and Finn Wolfhard: the glittering cast of Netflix's Guillermo del Toro-directed Pinnochio is here.
French and Japanese actor Minami reflects on her role in Minamata with director Andrew Levitas.
Spirituality, love and family get the spotlight in the short film visuals for Luca Wilding's new soul-stirring track "Heartachers".
The breakout stars of Irish coming-of-age comedy-drama Dating Amber on tackling portrayals of LGBTQ+ characters in small towns, ugly-crying at the script, and Normal People.
Diversity gains in this year's BAFTA TV Awards with nods to Top Boy's Jasmine Jobson, Sex Education's Ncuti Gatwa and Naomi Ackie from The End of the F***ing World.
Billie Eilish releases her highly anticipated Bond theme and joins the ranks of Adele and Sam Smith.
Introducing Park So-Dam, the Korean actor and star of the Golden Globe winning phenomenon, Parasite.
Catching up with literature loving actress and star of The Goldfinch, Willa Fitzgerald.
Lady Gaga will play the ex-wife and convicted murderer of fashion mogul Maurizio Gucci, in a new true crime film from Ridley Scott.
Kanye West has dropped the trailer for his IMAX film Jesus Is King: A Kanye West Film, which is (probably) coming this Friday.
"Based on an actual lie": We caught up with director Lulu Wang about A24’s glittering examination of family, The Farewell.
The world's most famous AI creation, Sophia the Robot, will make her Hollywood debut in a new film.
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood: Quentin Tarantino’s oddball bromance is a violent and gilded ode to late 1960s Tinseltown.
Jon Favreau's remake of the 1994 Disney classic is an emotional and visually stunning feat.