Dynamic jazz guitarist Matthew Stevens’ new album comes after a bad accident, but its history proves it to be more than just a lucky break.
Lee Haven Jones on his debut horror film ‘The Feast’, which is influenced by the ancient Welsh Mabinogion literature of chilling folk tales, legends, and myths.
Is ‘Last Night in Soho’ a critique of nostalgia, or does it use nostalgia to suggest new possibilities for a cross-generational alliance among women and girls?
Phoebe Bridgers’ lyrical concern with boredom is not just creative wordplay or the avoidance of cliché but argues a more engaged stance on the melancholic.
Philip Kaufman’s 1978 remake of sci-fi pod people film Invasion of the Body Snatchers achieves a level of unease above and beyond the novel and the 1956 film.
Kosovan Director Blerta Basholli talks about her debut drama ‘Hive’, based on a true story about women tackling patriarchy by starting a small business.
Director Céline Sciamma talks with PopMatters about exploring inequality in the adult/child relationship with her gentle and beguiling fantasy, Petite Maman.