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The Homesman: Interview with actress Hilary Swank

The Homesman: Interview with actress Hilary Swank

The Homesman is the latest work of American director, writer and actor Tommy Lee Jones, presented this year at Cannes Film Festival in competition and starring Hilary Swank. How would you sum up The Homesman? 
I see The Homesman as being [read more]

The Homesman: Interview with director and star Tommy Lee Jones

The Homesman: Interview with director and star Tommy Lee Jones

The Homesman is the latest work of American director and actor Tommy Lee Jones, presented this year at Cannes Film Festival in competition. What is The Homesman about? The Homesman is the story of three women who are transported in a wagon [read more]

Still the Water: Interview with director Naomi Kawase

Still the Water: Interview with director Naomi Kawase

Still the Water is the latest work of Japanese director Naomi Kawase, presented this year at Cannes Film Festival in competition. Although Still the Water is a fiction, the film has an enlightening documentary aspect about the spiritual [read more]

The Two Faces of January press conference with director and stars Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oliver Isaacs

The Two Faces of January press conference with director and stars Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oliver Isaacs

Promoting the release of The Two Faces of January we caught up with writer and director Hossein Amini and lead actors Kirsten Dunst, Viggo Mortensen and Oscar Isaacs as they discussed what drew them to the project and the nuances of their [read more]

Grace of Monaco: Interview with director Olivier Dahan

Grace of Monaco: Interview with director Olivier Dahan

Grace of Monaco opened this year’s Cannes Film Festival and stars Nicole Kidman as princess Grace Kelly. What did you find appealing about Grace of Monaco, the person? Apart from anything else, it is the fact that she was an actress [read more]

The Death of America: a conversation with Ben Turnbull

The Death of America: a conversation with Ben Turnbull

American History X: Volume 1 – The Death of America is the darkly satirical new exhibition from highly-collectable British artist Ben Turnbull. The Upcoming caught up with him to talk comic books, pop art and the USA:  You collect [read more]

A very British character: a conversation with Billy Cook

A very British character: a conversation with Billy Cook

Billy Cook is one to watch in British film. Having been encouraged onto the silver screen by his father, David Essex, it’s no wonder that he has taken to classic British film like a natural, in projects like Traveller. We were lucky [read more]

Nymphomaniac: interview with actors Stellan Skarsgård and Stacy Martin

Nymphomaniac: interview with actors Stellan Skarsgård and Stacy Martin

Swedish acting veteran Stellan Skarsgård, and the up-and-coming actress Stacy Martin, both of whom star in Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac Volumes 1 and 2, discuss the new film and what it was like working with one of the most [read more]

London Film Academy: a chat with directors Anna MacDonald and Daisy Gili

London Film Academy: a chat with directors Anna MacDonald and Daisy Gili

The London Film Academy celebrated its tenth birthday last August. The website reveals just how much LFA has achieved over its first decade; an extensive list of courses, from year-long graduate diplomas in film-writing and film-making to [read more]

Richard Patrick of Filter lets us in: Learn about the guy who’s screaming

Richard Patrick of Filter lets us in: Learn about the guy who’s screaming

Richard Patrick is the vocalist of Filter and the former touring guitarist for Nine Inch Nails. We talk to him about Filter’s latest record The Sun Comes out Tonight, his creative process, and he tells us about being pelted with sausages [read more]

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