Director Jonathan Cuartas talks with PopMatters about his debut feature film My Heart Can’t Beat Unless You Tell It To, which looks at victims America doesn’t care about.
Chris Brancato talks about addressing today’s hot-topic social issues through the lens of the ’60s in the television series, Godfather of Harlem.
Filmmaker Charles Officer and poet, actor, and musician Saul Williams talk with PopMatters about challenging oppressive power structures and their crime-noir, Akilla’s Escape.
Taking a chance at romance sometimes ends in heartbreak, but London-based singer-songwriter Eloise is finding love in all the right places with support from artists like Billie Eilish, Sam Smith and Bruno Major ahead of her mini-album release.
Director Adam Kritzer talks with PopMatters about how a multicultural approach to the filmmaking process created the community-driven film, Good Funk.
Using old-school analog tech, Dâm-Funk is using his unique ear for a deeply-felt funk groove to give us a hint at what dance music’s dirty future might be.
The founder of Mute Records and his brilliant production collaborator have crafted countless masterpieces together over the years, but their long-in-the-works Sunroof project didn’t get around to releasing their debut album until 2021. This is their story.
Clayne Crawford on the Pleasure of Playing Troubled Men and His Latest Film, ‘The Killing of Two Lovers’
Clayne Crawford plays characters that are broken and struggling, like David in Robert Machoian’s recent slow-burn drama, The Killing of Two Lovers.