Sofia Coppola

Obsessive Tendencies

The Virgin Suicides Score and the Dark, Blissful Sound of a Heatwave

French electronic duo Air captured an energy that sits somewhere between darkness and warmth, and feels like a fever.
Daisy Jones
Does It Suck?

Does 'The Beguiled' Actually Suck?

As Sofia Coppola's remake of 'The Beguiled' hits theaters, we look back at the original starring Clint Eastwood.
Brogan Morris
The Film That Made Me...

What 'Marie Antoinette' Taught Me About Being a Teenage Girl

The film that tanked compared to 'The Virgin Suicides' and 'Lost In Translation' is a cult classic Sofia Coppola should be praised for.
Hannah Ewens
The Score

The Score: Mapping the Music and Extravagant Style of 'Marie Antoinette'

To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the Sofia Coppola-directed flick we dissect the music (Bow Wow Wow, Phoenix, The Strokes!) and style (opulent!) of France's teen queen.
Elizabeth Sankey
Holy Shit

Phoenix Team Up with Bill Murray to Cover The Beach Boys' "Alone On Christmas Day"

Phoenix drop this cover ahead of Sofia Coppola's forthcoming Netflix Special 'A Very Murray Christmas'—with all proceeds going to Unicef.
Kim Taylor Bennett
The Score

The Enduring Appeal of 'The Virgin Suicides'

It remains Sofia Coppola's finest film—the perfect melding of sound and vision, teen passion and inexplicable tragedy, and plenty of 70s sartorial flair.
Elizabeth Sankey
The Film That Made Me...

'Powaqqatsi' Is the Film That Made Me Want to Soundtrack Movies

Brian Rietzell, the guy behind the 'Lost In Translation' soundtrack talks about Philip Glass's seminal score.
Brian Rietzell
My Favourite Soundtrack

The Lost in Translation Soundtrack Makes me Pine for Every Stranger I Was Too Scared to Give my Number To

Coppola's choice of songs will turn anyone into an emotional sap capable of actual feelings.
Aurora Mitchell
What I Learned About Style…

What I Learned About Style From Sonic Youth's "Bull In The Heather"

In case you missed the memo back in 2011, Sonic Youth is now O-V-E-R. We can all sit in a hugging circle and cry together about that later, but at least the subliminal teachings in their videos live on and on and on.
Hazel Cills
The Fashion Issue 2013

Fashion in the 90s

The 90s were perfect. This isn’t to privilege one set of nostalgics over another; the 1990s reverence felt by three small, semidiscrete generations (X, Y, Millennial) is, of course, no different from anyone else’s nostalgia for what came before, but...
Kate Carraway