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What If: Daniel Radcliffe discusses his latest project

What If: Daniel Radcliffe discusses his latest project

What if you’re in love with your best friend? Director Michael Dowse’s soon-to-be-released film, starring Daniel Radcliffe, explores this situation while seeking to rise above the trappings of the rom-com stereotype. The Upcoming [read more]

Believe: interviews with Natasha McElhone, Brian Cox and Sandy Busby

Believe: interviews with Natasha McElhone, Brian Cox and Sandy Busby

Believe is a heart-warming progression from the distresses of a fatherless, working class household in Manchester to the glory and shared love of the football pitch. We interviewed actors Natasha McElhone and Brian Cox, and Sir Matt [read more]

Night Moves: interview with Dakota Fanning

Night Moves: interview with Dakota Fanning

Dakota Fanning is the lead actress of eco-thriller Night Moves by Kelly Reichardt, soon to be released. We caught up with her to talk about her role, career, personal life and what advice she would give to young girls who want to embark on [read more]

Ward Thomas: Country stars from Hampshire chat to The Upcoming

Ward Thomas: Country stars from Hampshire chat to The Upcoming

Catherine and Lizzy Ward-Thomas have been singing country music in the US and the UK for a few years now, but what’s most surprising about them is that the harmonious pair don’t come from the Deep South at all. Growing up on the family [read more]

Dodos, book swapping and what we’ve lost: an interview with author Steve Stack

Dodos, book swapping and what we’ve lost: an interview with author Steve Stack

Steve Stack is the author of the joyful, ticklishly funny bolt down memory lane 21st Century Dodos. The book is a collection of dead or dying artefacts from the past 40 years, exploring what they meant, what they mean and how much we might [read more]

Rhodes discusses his rapid ascent into the public eye

Rhodes discusses his rapid ascent into the public eye

24-year-old singer David Rhodes plays soaring ballads soaked in reverb and has managed to generate a huge amount of buzz in a remarkably short space of time. With just a debut EP entitled Morning under his belt, he has already played at [read more]

Kensington and Chelsea College: future talent

Kensington and Chelsea College: future talent

KCC offers world-renowned courses, which are both industry-connected and taught by award-winning tutors. The prestigious college is the place to go before either starting your fashion degree or your own business!  On Thursday 26th June, [read more]

Chinese Puzzle: a chat with director Cédric Klapisch

Chinese Puzzle: a chat with director Cédric Klapisch

Chinese Puzzle is the new film by director Cédric Klapisch, staring Romain Duris, Audrey Tautou and Kelly Reilly. We caught up with Klapisch on the day of the film’s UK release to ask him about the film, its possible sequel and what [read more]

Violent, brutal, biting: an interview with the cast of Hamlet

Violent, brutal, biting: an interview with the cast of Hamlet

“Denmark’s a prison” says Hamlet. Director Zoe Ford interprets this line literally in her violent, brutal, biting adaptation. This is not remotely the Shakespeare most are familiar with, no distant Danish kingdom – it’s [read more]

Interview: Sara Bareilles gives us the inside scoop

Interview: Sara Bareilles gives us the inside scoop

Widely celebrated singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles was this year once again the recipient of a Grammy award, this time for new album The Blessed Unrest, which is currently touring the US. She chatted to us about her music and her take on [read more]

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