Charles Gould, currently starring in the horror-comedy It Cuts Deep, yearns for the golden age when performers like him could become A-listers.
The soul legend and the indie wunderkind talk releasing music during the pandemic, privilege in the industry, and making Pete Townshend cry.
The Canadian band’s drummer chats with an indie legend.
From his memoir Adventures in the B Movie Trade, director Brian Trenchard-Smith recalls the most memorable pitch meeting of his career.
Lindsey Radice reports from the front line.
Anya Pearson (Dream Nails) talks the Canadian band’s thrilling sophomore album.
Hubert Point-Du Jour, one of the stars of Showtime’s The Good Lord Bird, on how he has used music in his creative process as an actor.
The friends and collaborators talk their matriarchal families, their writing processes, and being the antagonist of your own song.
The star, writer-director and composer of the new film The Nest, out now through IFC, have a fascinating discussion about their collaboration.