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.
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 goofy laidback outlier of Dirty Hit talks genre agnosticism, touring with friends, and the coolness in being uncool.
Dirty Hit’s fastest-rising star reflects on her 2019, being Filipino in the world of rock, and tour life with friends.
On the release day of their outstanding sophomore record, Young Enough, Charly Bliss dish about their shift in sound, the joys of pop music, and the science of sequencing.
During the Festival, I got the chance to interview animator Nora Twomey, director of my Film of the Festival, The Breadwinner.
My university’s newspaper, The Hullfire, gave me the opportunity to go down to London, see Pitch Perfect 2, and interview its director, and movie star in her own right, Elizabeth Banks. Here’s how I handled that.
Press interviews are advertisements, not serious journalism.