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Filipino-American director Andrew Acedo sat down with us to talk about his award-winning short film, 'Sing (to me),' giving a voice to the "different," how he got into filmmaking, and more.
·14 min read
Ahead of the release of 'King Knight', we spoke with Angela Sarafyan about its unique script, shifting to comedy, Armenian representation in film, whether she's Team Edward or Team Jacob, and more.
We sat down with Chinonye Chukwu last week, ahead of 'Till‘s showing as a centerpiece screening at this year’s Philadelphia Film Festival to talk about her path to this point and this important story finally being told on the big screens.
·10 min read
We got a chance to talk with rising actor David Thomas Newman about starring in 'Voodoo Macbeth' (which is garnering lots of attention and awards on the festival circuit), how he got his start in acting, landing roles in the difficult industry that is Hollywood, and more.
Check out our sit down with singer-songwriter Ed Jurdi, of The Band of Heathens, as we talk about the band's origins, keeping things fresh after 17 years, COVID's impact, their new album 'Remote Transmissions, Vol. 1', touring again, and more.
Check out our sit down with Philipp Maximilian, as we talk about his role in the just-released Disney blockbuster 'Jungle Cruise,' working with The Rock and Emily Blunt, his work on 'Atlanta,' and much more.
Disney+'s newest adventure series, 'The Mysterious Benedict Society, has officially made its way to the streaming platform, and we got the opportunity to get up close and personal with one of the show's talented young actors, Emmy DeOliveira.
Marilyn Narota is a mixed media and performance artist by way of Queens, NY and she sits down to talk about the role of formal art education, the importance of hair in her artwork, her online magazine, Artilade, which looks to combine art and literature, and much more.
·12 min read
Ahead of their nationwide one-night theatrical release, we spoke with Director and Producer, Nic Davis and Tim "Jack" Williams, about 'Enormous: The Gorge Story', their documentary on the mythical Washington concert venue.
We're back with special guest Irvin Womack, a rising fashion designer and brand creator, and we're talking about his journey into fashion, the launch of Working Everyday, creating his first women's shoe and solo label, the struggles of launching and growing a business, and much more.
·9 min read
Marvin Touré is an up and coming visual artist out of New York City by way of Atlanta, Gerogia. He talks about how he got his start in art, the different cultural influences that both America and the Ivory Coast have had on him and his work, and what he wants to accomplish. He also gives a unique perspective on hip-hop and comic books in relation to art and gives some advice to other artists looking to pursue their dreams.
·5 min read
Dáreece Walker is a rising artist out in New York City by way of Colorado and he sat down with us to talk about how he got his start in music, who inspires him, and why he chose the highly distinctive materials of charcoal and cardboard for a lot of his work. He also discusses the impact New York has had on his work, what drew him to "protest" art, and upcoming shows he has in the works.
·4 min read
We got a chance to talk with Annabelle Joyce of UK's rising doom punk band Witch Fever to discuss their new album 'Congregation', their origins, crafting their sound, and more.
·9 min read
We sat down for an interview with the Muslim American hip-hop artist Mona Haydar to talk about her unique position and perspective in the culture, her communities, and much more. Check out what she had to say.
·4 min read
We got a chance to talk with LINN, about her latest single, "Happiness is Real", experimenting with sounds to create music, playing festivals, and more.
·9 min read
We had a conversation with Disney's Writing Program 2022 Finalist and Netflix assistant to showrunner and producer, Amaris Gagnon, who gave us an insider look into the entertainment industry.