Penny Woolcock draws on 30 years' experience directing fiction and nonfiction films to give her insight into the current political climate in Britain.
A playlist for a generation set adrift.
A photographer turned filmmaker's portrait of two boys' adolescent trials is a joyous, deeply pleasurable music film.
The new Palma Violets album starts off vapid, rushed and derivative. And it’s the best part of the record.
On the soul-crushing grind and occasional rewards (mostly the former) of touring in “the dead weight of this screaming United Kingdom.”
Red Fang’s singer thinks that Take That are clearly talented, but they need some more flavor.
The outspoken Welsh punk rocker debates the pros and cons of indie venues — with someone who may or may not be himself.
Guster’s frontman knows that One Direction didn’t make their new album for him, but he appreciates the Journey and Fleetwood Mac nods anyway.
The latest feel-good comedy drama export from the U.K. feels like a familiar product, but only the coldest of hearts could remain unmoved by it.
On their debut album, Jungle mine the ’70s in search of the perfect groove, but this is more than just a nostalgia trip.