Film Interviews

Henry Golding: “People don’t see me as fully British”

How new indie 'Monsoon' helped Hollywood's most handsome man reflect on his origins

American roots star Pokey LaFarge picks the best country artists you’ve never heard of

The Illinois-born singer-songwriter has just made his film debut in 'The Devil All The Time'

Gillian Jacobs: “A time-leap season of ‘Love’ would be fascinating”

TV's slacker-comedy stalwart is planning the comeback of some of your fave shows

Alex Winter: “Keanu Reeves and I had no intention of making a third ‘Bill & Ted’ movie”

29 years after bowing out as the air guitar-wielding heroes, Bill and Ted are back to save the universe again

‘Sexy Beast’ turns 20: “It’s probably the reason that I was in Indiana Jones”

Ray Winstone, Amanda Redman and Ian McShane speak to NME about their suntanned gangster cult masterpiece

‘Mulat’ filmmaker Maria Diane Ventura: “Who would’ve thought an immigrant woman could have her films distributed globally?”

The Filipino director on her debut feature, toxic relationships and how streaming has levelled the playing field

‘Get Duked!’: inside Amazon Prime Video’s hip-hop version of ‘The Wicker Man’

This anarchic horror comedy plays like 'Attack The Block' in tweed

Austin Abrams: “‘Euphoria’ season two has been completely rewritten”

Hollywood's newest romantic lead spills some beans

Light your fire: this Burning Man doc will change the way you think about festivals

Gerry Fox’s new film ‘Art On Fire’ provides a shot of inspiration for these troubled times

Joe Keery on ‘Stranger Things’ season four: “The end is in sight for these guys”

NME meets the Netflix stalwart, psychedelic rocker and carefully-coiffed pin-up
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