Film Interviews

Judd Apatow: “Part of storytelling is people making terrible mistakes”

The 'Knocked Up' director reflects on past work, recent film industry changes and his new life in lockdown

Earl Cave: “I’d love to play Neil Young in a film”

Thanks largely to his first lead role in 'Days of the Bagnold Summer', the son of Nick and Susie Cave is having a breakout year

‘Normal People’ actor Fionn O’Shea: “I’ve been bombarded with hate, but in the best way!”

O'Shea's new film 'Dating Amber' is a charming tale of queer teen love

Ice Cube: “You can change the law faster than you can change people’s hearts”

Two weeks before America erupted in protest over the murder of George Floyd, NME spoke to the man who taught the world to say “fuck the police”

Meet Jake Horowitz – rising star of 2020’s best sci-fi film (so far) ‘The Vast Of Night’

Gripping, inventive and made on a shoestring budget, this is science fiction at its best

John Malkovich: “What makes me laugh? A chimp in a space suit hurtling towards the sun”

The veteran actor's greatest role has always been playing himself – even before someone made a cult film about it. NME meets the Hollywood legend who no one really knows

‘Snowpiercer’ star Annalise Basso: “My inspiration? Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal Lecter”

For her breakout role, the young star took notes from one of cinema's nastiest villains

Summer Camp’s Elizabeth Sankey: why the musician-turned-director is on a mission to save the romcom

Her directorial debut, 'Romantic Comedy', puts an entire genre under the microscope

‘The Assistant’ star Julia Garner: “#MeToo is so much bigger than Harvey Weinstein”

The 'Ozark' actress on why her new sexual assault drama is 2020's most vital movie
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