Interview with Dipti Mehta about humanizing people in the forgotten neighbourhoods of India.
Darren Aronofsky’s new controversial, allegorical film is a glimpse of what may come.
Inter-generational play about three daughters who fight over their mother’s legacy.
One woman, two realities: the life and family struggles of a war photographer were never explored or delivered in a film as sensibly before!
With new baby in tow and lyrics written on paper plates, Martha Wainwright shows that the best performances require nothing more than showing up as one’s true self
Kalle Mattson talks about his new album Someday the Moon will be Gold and the good fortune of having German fans.