Category: Photos

2022 Apr 04

2022 Grammy Awards

2022 Grammy Awards

Photos of Margaret attending the 2022 Grammy awards (April 3) have been added to the gallery!

2022 Mar 14

2022 Critics Choice Awards

2022 Critics Choice Awards

On Sunday night, Margaret attended the 27th Annual Critics Choice Awards at Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles (March 13). Margaret was joined by her boyfriend and musician, Jack Antonoff.


2022 Mar 12

AFI Awards Luncheon

AFI Awards Luncheon

Margaret was joined by Andie as they attended the 2022 AFI Awards luncheon! The event was held at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills, California (March 11).

2022 Feb 23

Margaret on “Late Night with Seth Meyers”

Margaret on “Late Night with Seth Meyers”

Margaret visited Late Night with Seth Meyers on Tuesday (February 22) to discuss Maid. Check out the photos and interview below!

Margaret Qualley talks about growing up with Andie MacDowell as a mom, working with a child actor on her show Maid and her love of Adam Sandler.

2021 Dec 30

Margaret for Document Journal

Margaret for Document Journal

Margaret was photographed for Document Journal‘s Winter 2021/Resort 2022 issue. Check out the photos and interview below.


Margaret Qualley and Miranda July are embracing the power of pretend

DOCUMENT JOURNAL – For Document’s Winter 2021/Resort 2022 issue, the two creative multihyphenates discuss make-believe worlds, roleplaying with the ones you love, and why their friendship has prevented international crimes

“Have you been thinking about me?” Margaret Qualley asks longingly. “Of course,” Miranda July answers. “But not every second of every day?” Qualley asks, tears welling in her eyes. “No,” Miranda admits.

This interaction marked the beginning of the pair’s first creative collaboration: a performance art piece that unfolded over Instagram in late 2019, with both actors posting voyeuristic FaceTime clips on public channels, hinting at a doomed love affair. “Is this real?” one commenter asks. “Jesus, this still rips my heart out,” says another. Unfolding on social media in the proceeding weeks, the story—which was partially scripted by July and partially improvised—came to involve other public figures like Jaden Smith and the singer Sharon Van Etten.

Qualley and July came up with the idea after meeting at a dinner party and immediately connecting. “At the end of the night, Margaret slipped me [her] number and said, ‘Call me if you ever want to make anything,’ which is all I ever wanted,” says July. The resulting performance is a love story that pulls at the heartstrings, evoking the raw emotion of a breakup while teasing a shared inner world just beyond the viewer’s grasp. It’s a world the two creative multihyphenates have continued to explore, having developed an intimate real-life friendship in the years since—one that has seen them through the pandemic, and served as a source of artistic inspiration for them both.

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