jim jarmusch on his new climate crisis zombie film and why greta thunberg gives him hope
'The Dead Don’t Die' features Chloë Sevigny, Bill Murray, Selena Gomez, a sword wielding Tilda Swinton and an undead Iggy Pop.
jonah hill discusses fragile masculinity and skate culture
We talk 'Mid90s' with the first time director.
barry jenkins: “there was a time when people assumed black people didn’t dream”
The ‘Moonlight’ director discusses dreams, memories and his latest film, an adaption of James Baldwin’s tale of love and injustice, ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’.
sounding off with MIA as her new documentary hits cinemas
“Every girl looks the same, every pop star is the same. Get the lip injections, get the Botox. You’re perfecting yourself for this one app that’s going to go out of fashion in five years.”
john boyega draws parallels between racism in America and the UK
As Kathryn Bigelow’s "Detroit" lands in theaters, John Boyega discusses his approach to acting and why he has no time for clickbait political commentary.
barry jenkins on 'moonlight,' black identity, and homosexuality
As 'Moonlight' hits UK cinemas, we caught up with director Barry Jenkins to talk about making the best movie of the year.
jim jarmusch on making collage phone cases and the real-life poetry of 'paterson'
Jarmusch's new masterpiece 'Paterson' is an exploration of everyday life that endures long after you've left the cinema. Here the stalwart of independent cinema discusses cell phone zombies, his favorite poems, and why he can't stop making art.
a fresh perspective on the gentrification of london
Young filmmaker Shola Amoo’s new work, A Moving Image, asks questions many find too uncomfortable to ask about what is happening to Brixton in 2016.