Nora Twomey tells us about the latest exquisitely crafted animation from Irish animation studio Cartoon Saloon, the tale of a boy’s quest to rescue a captured dragon.
The dance-punk mainstay’s frontman on keeping it fresh a quarter-century in, the thrill of live performance, and the banalities of social media promotion.
The co-director of the weird and wonderful stop motion modern classic ParaNorman reflects on the film’s legacy a decade later.
The New Zealand power pop quartet discuss the belated reaction to their 2020 album, the chaos of pandemic touring, and the newly announced Expert in a Dying Field.
The Daily Show-featured comedian on his debut directorial feature, busting ingrained White Supremacy myths, and the global parallels in a film about Confederate statues.
A year in four parts.
The Oscar-nominated documentarian and his latest documentary’s beating heart on the trauma of early COVID, the difficulties of filming in the middle of pandemic ground zero, and the humanity which sees us through.
The surprise returns of CM Punk and Becky Lynch provide a striking study in contrasts of how America’s two biggest wrestling promotions operate.
If you can read this, that means the site didn’t explode.
TL;DR: moving to calliepetch.com on Friday, site’s gonna be weird for up to a month whilst I fix everything.