From Rachel’s bold shoulders to Pris’ bodysuits, few films were as fashion forward as Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner, which had a profound influence on fashion since it’s release in 1982; as the sequel hits the screens, we look at SS18 looks that could be Blade Runner-inspired or easily appear in the film.
Check out our favorite cinematic Phoenix songs: seminal moments that, for most of us, made an indelible impact in our coming of age.
Movie characters consume cocktails that invariably become associated with them (Think: What does James Bond drink?) Here’s a rundown on what film character you might be, based on what you drink.
2Magazine returns to our 2015 interview with award-winning filmmaker Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit, along with one of his star actresses, to discuss everything from how it started to his views on fashion.
This month we encourage you to take a break from the eardrum shaking, Dolby Digital “talkies” to enjoy the more subtle beauty of classic silent films.
Virtual reality “film” Carne y Arena by Alejandro González Iñárritu has groundbreaking debut at the Cannes Film Festival 2017.
Each year at the Cannes Film Festival, we remember when Apichatpong Weerasethakul won the Palme d’Or for Uncle Boonmee. We look back at an interview with Apichatpong and his long-time editor, filmmaker Lee Chatametikool, about their ongoing collaboration.
The Thai film, ป่า - The Forest, has its global Netflix premiere on April 26. 2Mag sits down with Director Paul Spurrier to discuss the evolution of film distribution.
Music comes to the valley in the form of the Coachella Music Festival. Film is represented by the Coachella Valley International Film Festival. Now, art has a biennial foothold in the area with Desert X.
As the prancing horse celebrates 70 years of crafting fine vehicles, 2magazine looks at 7 iconic Ferrari appearance in good, if not great, films.
A performance that immerses one into another dimension without once having to leave one’s seat, blurring the line between dreams and memories. Apitchatpong Weerasethakul’s Fever Room, which took place in Yokohama as part of the Tokyo Performance Arts Festival, leaves a lasting impression.
Following an impressive 2016 that marked his first show in Bangkok and the premier of his film 500,000 Pee at the Venice Film Festival, we look back to an interview we conducted with Chiang Mai-based contemporary artist Chai Siris at the start of last year.
The celebrated film editor and director takes a break from the editing room to share five pivotal films in his life from five different decades.