Sam Murphy talks to the literary giant about his travels and books The Silk Roads and Earth Transformed...
Writer Kevin Sessums pays tribute to the incredible Karen Blixen.
The Brazilian musician talks about the making and magic of her acclaimed debut album.
The great American filmmaker discusses his underrated masterpiece with Deputy editor Chris Cotonou.
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Darren Aronofsky opens up on his creative process, environmental work and his time with Brendan Fraser.
What makes Wes Anderson tick? In the following discussion, the auteur describes where he finds inspiration between cinema and his dreams.
Journalist Seumas Milne interviews legendary filmmaker Oliver Stone.
An icon of British film, Ken Loach discusses his activism in cinema and capturing inner humanity.
Malcom Pagani speaks to Italy’s most celebrated contemporary filmmaker, Paolo Sorrentino.
The iconic minimalist architect John Pawson discusses his lessons from Japan, his appreciation for stillness, and his love for travel.
The famed sculptor of The Angel of The North reaches for the heavens in this candid interview...
One of the greatest warrior-poets of the modern era, Patrick Leigh Fermor travelled far and wide and fought almost everywhere he went. But his biggest love was his wife Joan, a woman whose photography is finally finding a deserved reputation.
From books, to revolution, to cinema, and back again — we chronicle the many romances of Ireland at breakneck speed.
The award-winning documentarian discusses the importance of truth and the women who've changed his life in this free-wheeling interview.
A legend of French cinema, Fanny Ardant describes her love of 'secret liaisons', beauty—and the state of film today.
Marion Cotillard: “If we want the world to be better, we must start by looking at ourselves with love.”
In this candid profile, the journalist Richard Gianorio, Marion Cotillard’s friend, explores the enigma of France’s most compelling star.
The tragic romance of the two of the most graceful lovers to ever be immortalised in Hollywood's silver screen...
The director of 50 Shades of Grey takes us through a few of the loves of her life.
Writer Genevieve Gaunt examines the erotic, elegiac world of 70's cult feminist novelist Rachel Ingalls.
Punk director Alex Cox breaks his silence with a rare interview on his love for Western films and the making Sid and Nancy.
Filmmaker Nathalie Ryan embraces heartbreak in this passionate essay on Michel Gondry's 2004 opus.
Director Edward Berger talks making his Best Picture nominated anti-war masterpiece.
The CEO and founder of intellectual streaming service MUBI shares how he projected his love for cinema into our living rooms.
As Malcolm X celebrates its thirtieth anniversary, we reflect on Lee’s powerful career as a filmmaker affecting black representation.
Against all odds, Ai Weiwei explains how he hopes his recent foray into filmmaking can influence new ways of thinking.
Ramsay Short pens an ode to Beirut's legendary communist bar, a hot spot for the likes of Anthony Bourdain and Ravi Shankar.
The English-born fashion icon, musician and actor who rose to prominence in France has died this week aged 76. The writer and film executive Issy Carr profiles an extraordinary woman who leaves behind a timeless legacy of love, style and creative collaboration.