Red Rocket Simon Rex talks about the pleasures of working with director Sean Baker and non-actors, and his role as a narcissistic, delusional, sociopath.
Director Charlotte Sieling and Actress Trine Dyrholm on Historic Nordic Mystery ‘Margrete: Queen of the North’
Director Charlotte Sieling and Actress Trine Dyrholm on Margrete: Queen of the North and how her vision for peace in 1402 is relatable to present-day Europe.
Before he sang about outcasts and shared the stage with Springsteen, Brian Fallon was singing songs like those in his new Christmas album, Night Divine.
West Virginia’s Sierra Ferrell has found a temporary home in Nashville as an artist who makes old-timey country sound new, but she isn’t ready to stop there.
Director Mark Cousins talks with PopMatters about resuming his cinematic journey to chronicle the contributions of the last decade to The Story of Film.
Pepe Deluxé make intricate songs with some of the world’s rarest instruments. James Spectrum says his band’s music is meant to be explored again and again.
From touring in the musical Hair to keeping time in The United States vs. Billie Holiday, Ray Shell has done it all during his 50 years on stage and screen.
Director Michael Pearce talks with PopMatters about crafting a portrait of a complicated anti-hero in his new sci-fi thriller, Encounter.
UK MC Figure of Speech talks about his debut album, a judicious bridging between current affairs and the socially-conscious erudition of hip-hop’s early days.
Lady Buds Director Chris J. Russo talks about her portrait of resilient and courageous women who laid the foundations for the US cannabis industry.