Julie Delpy plays a single woman in her latest film, 2 Days In New York. Photograph: Patrick Fraser for the Guardian. Click on image for full portrait Julie Delpy
Courtney Kendrick; photo courtesy of Justin Hackworth “I use baby lotion to make his faux-hawk.” Natalie’s 1-year-old, Henry, watches us patiently from his high chair.…
PUBLISHED: Nov. 28, 2011
LENGTH: 12 minutes (3218 words)
On the morning of 15 March Joy Vincent left Croydon's Gilroy Court Hotel, and then she disappeared. No one knows what happened next: whom she met, where she was taken, whether she even went…
PUBLISHED: Oct. 16, 2011
LENGTH: 14 minutes (3703 words)
Alongside the world's tallest free-standing tower, one of the world's tiniest pop stars is crouched next to a garbage pail, collecting a pile of eyeliner pencils and mascara tubes between her hands. While Amy Winehouse wanders the courtyard of Toronto's 1,815-foot CN Tower in search of a plastic bag to hold her cosmetics, the man who was her fiancé on that May but who would be her husband five days later smokes a cigarette from my pack and looks bored. Blake Fielder-Civil — or "Baby," as Winehouse calls him, in an array of inflections that strains imagination — gestures toward the trash can. Her soda spilled inside her fake Louis, he says, pointing at the beaten-up mock Lois Vuitton purse atop the rubbish. "She had that bag for ages."
As a young gay man, Michael Glatze seemed very happy with who he was. Then he changed his mind.
PUBLISHED: June 16, 2011
LENGTH: 14 minutes (3585 words)
The lone memento of Luke Hill's unhappy existence hangs like a specter in his former bedroom, piercing blue eyes haunting from a 12-year-old portrait. It's Luke at age 4, in a blue silk kimono, a glossy studio snapshot from when the family lived in Japan, during Dad's service in the U.S. Marine Corps. This is Katie's room now, and the picture of Luke hanging on her wall is the only one she'll allow her mother to display in the house.