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Chris Lowell

Chris Lowell Takes the Plunge

The new filmmaker on his beginnings, film school, and his first feature Beside Still Waters.


Alex Essoe

Alex Essoe Pays The Price Of Fame

The newcomer on her entry into film, the perils of Hollywood, and her starring role in the body-snatchers psychodrama Starry Eyes.



Lo-Fang’s Armed To The Teeth

Matthew Hemerlein on his first instruments, his unexpected musical influences and that Chanel N°5 campaign.


Johannes Bah Kuhnke

Johannes Bah Kuhnke’s On Thin Ice

The Swedish actor on playing the anti-hero, the Man Cry, and Ruben Östlund’s visually stunning psychodrama Force Majeure.


Kate Lyn Sheil

Kate Lyn Sheil’s Digital Stab Wound

The perennial indie darling scales new heights in Zach Wigon’s The Heart Machine, a tale of modern paranoia in online dating.


Jason Schwartzman

Jason Schwartzman’s Got Thorns

The consummate nice guy is entirely believable playing an insufferable prick in Alex Ross Perry’s Listen Up Philip.


Alejandro G. Iñárritu's "Birdman"

The 52nd New York Film Festival

Feeling indecisive about this year’s lineup? Don’t panic! Let us give you a leg up with our daily updated score card.


21 Exposures: Heaven Knows What

21 Exposures: Heaven Knows What

A pictorial recap of the Safdie Brothers’ premiere after party, a drug-fueled, obsidian-black nightmare like the film itself! Jokes.


Alice Rohrwacher

Alice Rohrwacher Stakes Claim

Not one to risk losing momentum, the Cannes favorite returns to the New York Film Festival with The Wonders.


Debra Granik

Debra Granik’s Close to the Bone

The Winter’s Bone director returns with a clear-eyed character study of a chopper-riding Vietnam War vet in Stray Dog.


Félix de Givry

Spotlight: Félix de Givry

The French newcomer finds rhythm in his first leading role as an aspiring DJ in Mia Hansen-Løve’s clubbing drama Eden.


Hannah Herzsprung

Spotlight: Hannah Herzsprung

The decorated German actress continues to show exceptional range in Dominik Graf’s sweeping period romance Beloved Sisters.


21 Exposures: Jake Lore

21 Exposures: Jake Lore

A unique pictorial journey through New York City as seen through the eyes of our latest interview subject.


Jake Lore

This Course: Jake Lore

The unexpected pop star on the mystique of Lana Del Rey, his entry into music, and celebrity cat Maru.


Willis Earl Beal

Willis Earl Beal’s Honest Truth

The experimental folk singer on his beef with critics, that mask, and his feature film debut in Tim Sutton’s Memphis.


Stuart Murdoch

Screen Test: Stuart Murdoch

The famed leader of chamber pop’s Belle & Sebastian on his feature film debut: “A musical for people who don’t like musicals.”



Q&A With Roman Flugel

The name Roman Flugel has been synonymous with dance music since the 1990s. Here the eclectic producer shares some of what makes him tick from behind the consoles and beyond.


Hannah Murray

Hannah Murray Sheds Her Skin

The English actress buries the ghost of Skins’ Cassie with Game of Thrones and Stuart Murdoch’s God Help the Girl.


Olly Alexander

Q&A with Olly Alexander

The Years & Years frontman makes good on the promise of his a-dork-ability in Stuart Murdoch’s God Help the Girl.



Q&A With Jokers of the Scene

Linus Booth and Chris Macintyre have covered a lot of ground since starting their Jokers project well over 8 years ago.


Rupert Evans

Rupert Evans’ Celluloid Nightmare

The English actor on the honesty of child actors, the importance of comfortable shoes,, and Ivan Kavanagh’s The Canal.



This Course: Chela

Cool girl Chela sounds off on everything—the crab theme, shark teeth, and who she’d include in her supergroup.


Archie Pelago (Photo cred Paul Brooks)

Q&A With Archie Pelago

The vibes of the east coast and the west coast have come together in perfect and natural form with the collaboration of Brooklyn trio Archie Pelago and Bay Area born producer (now LA local) Grenier.



Spotlight: Zachary Shedd’s Americana On Kickstarter

Give what you can and support Flies Collective’s third feature, an independent throwback to the San Francisco thrillers of the 1970s.


Scott Haze

Scott Haze’s Plunge Into Darkness

Actor, director, writer and James Franco’s serial collaborator, Scott Haze gives chameleonic feats new meaning in Child of God.


Hell on Wheels

Spotlight: Anson Mount X Fighting Duchenne Foundation

Join Anson Mount to benefit Fighting Duchenne Foundation, and for your chance to visit the set of Hell on Wheels in Calgary.



The Explosion of a (Dark Pop) Star

Supernova Rilan Roppolo discusses his NOLA upbringing, the musical heroes of his youth, and evildoer Michael Myers.


Mike Cahill

Mike Cahill’s Existential Unrest

The maverick filmmaker on his Origins, respecting the work of actors, and the three films that flipped his world upside down.



This Girl’s Got Moxie!

The golden age of first-name-only female popstars is here. Moxie sets a fine example as the latest music starlet aiming for big things.



Adam Newport-Berra Talks Turkey

The filmmaker on Rooftop Films, working with friends, and creating drama around the Thanksgiving table.


Red Axes 2014 - photography - Michael Topyol - production - Spoiled Bastard 3

Q&A With Red Axes

Raised on a steady diet of post-punk, hedonistic warehouse parties, and fogged out basement jams, the formation Red Axes was inevitable.


Michael Fassbender

The Archives: Michael Fassbender

Looking back to the early days with the X-Men: Days of Future Past star in Los Angeles.



Film Critic: Snowpiercer

South Korea’s Bong Joon-ho delivers a star-studded, dystopian sci-fi thriller—one of the best films of the year.



Vital Stats: BROODS

New Zealand’s Georgia and Caleb Nott on their favorite nightspots, the hottest popstar and their last bad dream.



The Archives: Noomi Rapace

Plucked from obscurity and thrust into the international spotlight. A revisit to our past conversation.


About Alex

Q&A with Nate Parker, Jason Ritter, Maggie Grace and Max Greenberg

The cast of Jesse Zwick’s About Alex on friendships that last, pitfalls of social media, and the beauty of ensemble work.



Cannes Selects: Suzanne Clément & Antoine-Olivier Pilon

Xavier Dolan’s Mommy is, despite its flaws, always gripped with uproarious feeling and often brilliant.


Doona Bae

Cannes Selects: Doona Bae & Sae-byuk Song

July Jung’s A Girl At My Door is a film with its fair share of high drama and one of this year’s Un Certain Regard standouts.


It Follows

Cannes Selects: Daniel Zovatto & Maika Monroe

One of the most exciting premieres in Cannes is, somewhat unusually, an American indie horror film called It Follows.


Tom Hardy

Tom Hardy: Smooth Operator

A closer look at Steven Knight’s Locke with the man who has packed more into his career than most manage in a lifetime.


Romain Duris

Romain Duris’ Urban Rubik’s Cube

The French actor takes Manhattan in the final chapter of Cédric Klapisch’s “trilogy of Xavier’s travels” with Chinese Puzzle.


Jack Kilmer

Jack Kilmer Plays His Card

The up-and-comer on his actor parents, working with first-time director Gia Coppola, and finding his way in Hollywood.


Mary Elizabeth Winstead

Q&A with Mary Elizabeth Winstead

The actress on navigating the industry’s murky waters, Ellen Burstyn, and Chris Messina’s directorial debut Alex of Venice.


Jody Lee Lipes

Jody Lee Lipes Takes Center Stage

The cinematographer behind Martha Marcy May Marlene and HBO’s Girls takes us inside the New York City Ballet.


Rory Culkin

Rory Culkin’s Crazy Love Affair

The youngest of the Culkin clan loses his mind and wins our hearts in first-timer Lou Howe’s Gabriel.


Alexia Rasmussen

Alexia Rasmussen Gets Hers

The up-and-comer on the horror genre, dorking out on The Lord of the Rings and Zack Parker’s psychological thriller Proxy.


Fionnula Flanagan

Living Legends: Fionnula Flanagan

The grande dame of Irish cinema on Spain, the theater and life after picking up IFTA’s Lifetime Achievement Award.


Diego Luna

Q&A with Diego Luna

The actor–turned-director on cinematic activism, studio demands to make Cesar Chavez “sexy” and the sacrifices fathers make.


Rosario Dawson

Q&A with Rosario Dawson

The actress-cum-activist on working with Diego Luna, the legacy of Dolores Huerta and her new film Cesar Chavez.


Gary Numan

South by Southwest 2014

Our pictorial account of SXSW featuring London Grammar, Tove Lo, Until the Ribbon Breaks and Gary Numan.