FilmOctober 26, 2022
Signs of Love
Do you remember sounds?

“Signs of Love,” Clarence Fuller’s first film wisely portrays the depths of institutional violence but also reflects on life’s opportunities and destinies.

Film - MusicOctober 24, 2022
Dua Saleh
Future funkalicious

The artist’s energetic and danceable record, “Crossover EP,” just received a deluxe release. Learn about their process, collaborations and inspirations.

Film - ActivismSeptember 07, 2022
Alli Haapasalo
This is for girls only

The Finnish director talks about her latest feature “Girl Picture,” which centres around three young girls navigating love, relationships, and intimacy.

Film - MusicAugust 12, 2022
Malignance and adaptation, inextricable

Paula Monesterolo discusses her apocalyptic video accompaniment for Simon Grab’s track. Where will evolution take humanity next, what will it birth?

FilmJuly 26, 2022
People R Ugly
Sick of feeling sorry

“Life Of My Own Party” is the new release from Zak Dossi, Bill Biersy, Julian Delgrosso and Tristan Kevitch, which comes along with a music video.

Film - MusicJuly 19, 2022
Dean Fujioka
Thrilling yet thoughtful

The singer and actor produces and stars in “Pure Japanese,” an exciting action film that provides socio-economic commentary on Japanese society.

Film - MusicJuly 18, 2022
The Idol
A modern Hollywood romance

Sam Levinson and The Weeknd have teamed up to create “The Idol,” a new HBO show exploring a young pop star’s relationship with a nightclub owner.

FilmJune 09, 2022
Cowboys and aliens, but make it Jordan Peele

The trailer for Jordan Peele’s latest film just released. Starring Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer, it is sure to be a unique take on alien invasion flicks.