Limara Salt is an experienced freelance film journalist who also occasionally dabbles in writing about TV, fashion and art. She has contributed to The Guardian, Little White Lies and Film4 and her work can regularly be found in Dazed, Skymovies.com and Virginmedia.com as well as her vitriolic film blog, yourturnheather.blogspot.com. Find her here: http://twitter.com/yourturnheather
To mark the release of his spellbinding debut, we speak to the filmmaker about abusive American cults, a lifetime affinity with 'The Shining' and psychological journeys
The actress talks about how to measure success and what her inspiration sources are - past and present
For Dazed & Confused's December Issue, 20 of our past cover stars tipped us on the newcomer to watch in their field
For Dazed & Confused's December Issue, we spoke to the Irish actor about the last 20 years and his latest release, 'In Time and Retreat'
Hailing from Sweden, the documentary filmmaker takes on the Civil Rights Movement in his new piece of work
We talked to the American filmmaker about his latest release where he explores the power of advertising and corporate influence in modern society
Documentary Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock selects Cronenberg’s head-exploding horror
The new film by Michele Placido retraces the life of notorious gangster Renato Vallanzasca played by the charming Kim Rossi Stuart
In the current issue we feature Gabby Sidibe, the star of Precious. Here, we speak to the director of what is shaping up to be one of this year's most controversial films
Filmmaker Jérôme Laperrousaz embarks on a documentary that explores the social bump and grind of reggae and dancehall.
Headwear faces a renaissance as accessories come to the forefront for dressing in tumultuous weather conditions.
Paris plays host to a special exhibition covering 20 years of David LaChapelle’s photography.
Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton and Stephen Sprouse take over New York’s Deitch Project and boldly go where no colours have gone before.
Knitwear designer and multi-tasking Juliana Sissons is creating spider web soft knits with a keen eye for luxury and unsurpassable quality.
Anyone who doesn’t know about Kidrobot soon will as Selfridges transform its concept store into 1,000-square foot “Kidrobot universe”.
The designer never veers away from black and is looking forward to London Fashion Week where she can show her strengths with her A/W 10 collection.
Winner of Best Womenswear Designer at New York Fashion Week last season has long been experimenting with textiles.
Uniforms and costumes from the Tsars'court on display at the Victoria & Albert museum for the first time outside of Russia ever.
From importing Basque berets in the 20s to collaborations with Mary Quant and Comme des Garcons and infiltrations into the music world, the iconic hat celebrates its 70th birthday.