All in Issue Nº6

Willem Dafoe

Dafoe recounts the circumstances that guided his choices from the beginning of his career to the here and now, recollecting his bafflingly conventional upbringing in the Lynchian-sounding Wisconsin town of Appleton, to his rise in theatre and film.

Gustaf Skarsgård

If you don’t know who Gustaf Skarsgård is already, it’s not strange. He doesn’t really give interviews, doesn’t really care about publicity, or socializing at “important” events. That’s because he prefers to put his attention on his job - an Actor.


Christophe Kutner drew inspiration for this series from the 1997 film Gummo, directed by Harmony Korine. The film was set in Xenia, Ohio, a small poor Midwestern town that had been previously struck by a devastating tornado. The loose narrative follows several main characters who find odd and destructive ways to pass time.

Sam Underwood

Sam Underwood may be the best known for his roles as dark serial killers, but behind his bright gaze and six-foot stature is a serious actor filled with humor and warmth.

Jamie Campbell Bower

Fashion shoots are by definition concerned with the surface of things. Styles precisely timed for release and executed on the day to coincide with the seasons and to capitalize to the fullest on the actor’s upcoming projects. It’s a synecdoche of opportunity and effort, scored by a frenetic pace that leaves the images oftentimes errant to the day’s experiences. This begs mention because much like how we perceive editorials far removed from their inception and maturity, Jamie Campbell Bower’s images and body of work only goes so far toward illustrating a composite character.

Ohne Titel Nr. 2

When you go and see a movie you expect illusion. When looking at photographs, we expect them to tell the truth. It is normal for our understanding that the scenes in a movie are created, while a photograph "snaps” a scene that might not have been created to be in a photograph. It lets us observe something that maybe was not supposed to be observed, it's the absence of story that lets us imagine more than there probably was.

Ethan Hawke

For days I’ve been on an Ethan Hawke marathon. Pouring over pictures, reading passages from his novels, and watching a daily diet of his films. I pretend to friends that this is a real chore. Secretly, I’ve been a virtual shut-in on a dopamine drip. For a moment last night, my DVD of Antoine Fuqua’s Training Day  turned frozen and I felt my body go limp and mouth the words, “do not fuck with my delivery system.” Looking over his history of films is a little like revisiting my own past, certain actors you can’t help but grow up with. I never had a poster of Mr. Hawke over my bed, or a t-shirt of his smoldering face with ETHAN emblazoned below, or a doll-size version of him in my knapsack.

Jena Malone

Jena Malone is on the move!  Even our interview takes place as she’s driving up US 395 on her way to Lake Tahoe. What's impressive, though, is not that she can talk and drive at the same time, but just how eloquent she is at fielding my questions while keeping an eye on the road ahead. 

Mary-Louise Parker

Mary-Louise Parker is exhausted. She is starring in two movies that both open today. She’s in the middle of moving her family to Brooklyn, but it’s not going smoothly, and she needs to find a sublet.  Plus, on what one assumes was her billionth press junket interview, she said something that is coming back to bite her in the ass. She said that she was thinking about quitting acting, due to the mean-spiritedness of the Internet. The Internet picked up on it, and has been having a field day with the story (SEE: Ironic). 

Heading Home

Lily Cole is a really, really smart model. Which makes her a fucking unicorn. They don’t make ‘em like this. She went to Cambridge. She wants to help those in need.