Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Talal Derki on love and hate in his homeland and the “schizophrenia” of being an Oscar nominee.
It would appear that Martin Phillipps and company are experiencing a late-career renaissance that bodes well for their future.
“You don’t really know how to perform bluegrass until you interact with others.”
“It’s a very exciting prospect that your peers think your worthy to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.”
The author’s combination of knowledge and experience has resulted in a boisterous chronicle of one of indie rock’s least probable but most luminous and unremitting stars.
One of the few books that examine the largest mass killing of gays and lesbians in the United States until the 2016 massacre at Pulse.
“Our intention was something other than being famous. When you create art from that place, a song is going to connect with people.”
“It seemed worthwhile to me to think about how the spiritual currents Billie Holiday navigated might have shaped her life and her sound and what she and others made of them.”
A slow-motion road to the silver screen: Spinning Man author George Harrar talks about the journey from page to film.
The filmmaker chose, wisely, to emphasize Tempest Storm’s fortitude and self-determination.