Dean Podmore

Katja Herbers tells Luke Hemsworth what it’s actually like to visit Westworld

April 19, 2018

Joining the popular HBO series in its second season as a human named Grace, the Dutch actress is primed for the ride of her life.

Why people are still reeling over the death of The Chi’s Coogie

April 3, 2018

After the death of Jahking Guillory’s character in the show’s first episode, fans took to social media to collectively mourn. They still haven’t gotten over it.

Rio Mangini, the goofy geek from Everything Sucks, talks to his Oscar-winning dad

April 2, 2018

Mangini plays the lovable geek McQuad on Netflix’s Everything Sucks! as well as moonlighting as a composer.

How Grizzly Bear created their most accessible album to date

August 24, 2017

After a nearly five-year hiatus, the chamber pop foursome tell Fleet Foxes frontman Robin Pecknold why they felt the music landscape was bleak

Downtown Boys

August 10, 2017

Punk’s not muerto.

Discovery: OHMME

July 11, 2017

OHMME began in 2014 as a sonic experiment, a coming together of two sought-after, Chicago-based artists—Sima Cunningham and Macie Stewart—to create semi-improvisational, genre-bending music.

Jonathan Levine

May 24, 2017

“Having a movie come out is the worst part of making a film,” says director, writer, and producer Jonathan Levine over the phone from his home in Los Angeles.

Walter Iuzzolino and the Universal Language of Drama

April 3, 2017

“All human beings tell the same stories over and over again,” says Walter Iuzzolino while visiting New York.

Into the Cosmos

March 13, 2017

“Welcome back to Earth,” says Eliza McNitt. The New York-based writer and director is greeting us following Fistful of Stars, a 5-minute, 360-degree virtual reality journey in which you’re transported to the Orion Nebula, over 1,300 light years away, to witness the birth, life, and death of a star.

Tara Donovan’s Decks

February 21, 2017

Buttons, toothpicks, No. 2 pencils, Styrofoam cups—these are all objects that have metamorphosed into sculptures in the hands of Tara Donovan.

Asghar Farhadiâ??s Character Study

January 25, 2017

“Being fragile is something that is very close to the theme of these movies,” Asghar Farhadi concedes, speaking through a translator, about his body of work.