Film Interviews

Edward Norton: “If you take your work seriously, it’s all-consuming”

The 'Fight Club' star on working with Thom Yorke, new film 'Motherless Brooklyn' and building a Hollywood legacy

Kevin Smith: “I’m the world’s biggest Kevin Smith fan”

The beloved cult filmmaker reflects on an extraordinary career

Rapman on gritty crime drama ‘Blue Story’, and how to solve London’s gang violence problem and knife crime epidemic

'Blue Story', out this Friday, is the heartbreaking tale of two lifelong friends turned against each other by London’s brutal gang culture. Andrew Onwubolu...

Micheal Ward on gritty postcode war drama ‘Blue Story’: “We’re not glorifying anything – we’re just showing how it is”

Welcome to REEL TALK – NME's new weekly interview feature with the biggest names in film and TV. Thanks to star turns in London-based urban dramas like ‘Top Boy’ and new film 'Blue Story', Micheal Ward is making waves on both sides of the Atlantic. As he makes his debut on the big screen, we meet the rising star to talk celebrity superfans, meeting Busta Rhymes and making the jump to Hollywood.

Anton Corbijn on his new Depeche Mode film: “They’re the biggest cult band in the world”

As Depeche Mode's new film 'Spirits In The Forest' hits cinemas for one night only, director and iconic rock photographer Anton Corbijn talks to NME about the deep connection between the band and their fans – and a lifetime of visualising music

Veteran filmmaker Ken Loach: “Boris Johnson is a lout and a bully”

Loach's powerful new film Sorry We Missed You looks at the plight of the UK's low-paid workers and those on zero-hour contracts. We spoke to him about austerity measures, the General Election and more than five decades of fighting for social justice

Meet Daniel J. Jones, the man who exposed torture in the CIA and inspired ‘The Report’

Released in cinemas today (November 15) and with streaming on Amazon Prime to follow later in the month, stunning new film The Report tells the...