Friday, April 16, 2021

Matt Kivel talks collaboration and elusive feelings as the core of...

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With multilayered sounds and a hushed voice, Matt Kivel has released two albums this year. The latest one, Fires on the Plain released...

The brothers of Inc. talk music with me in 'Crossfade'/'Miami New...

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Inc. will be visiting Miami this Saturday night. I spoke to the two brothers behind the music, guitarist and lead vocalist Andrew Aged and...

John David Washington on being a child actor for ‘Uncle Spike’...

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When actor John David Washington thinks back to the first Spike Lee film set he ever worked on, the BlacKkKlansman star says his direction...

Brilliant ‘No’ premieres in Miami at MIFF Day 5, plus other...

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This morning most of my Miami International Film Festival coverage will be found on the “Miami New Times” blog “Cultist.” As I noted yesterday,...

From the Archives: Mike Garson on working with David Bowie, the...

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Continuing in a series of posts that incorporate two separate conversations I had with David Bowie's stalwart keyboardist, Mike Garson, this second part of...

My profile on actor Edgar Ramirez for ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ in...

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When I got the assignment to interview Édgar Ramírez for his small but key role in Zero Dark Thirty, I jumped at the chance. I respected...

A 3-part interview with Kurt Vile in 'Miami New Times'

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For those who know their music, Philadelphia-based singer-songwriter, Kurt Vile would like to clarify something:  When his parents, Mr. and Ms. Vile, named him...

Alejandro Jodorowsky replies to my questions via email, Part 2 –...

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It was deadline day, and like magic, after almost a month waiting for his response via email, the legendary filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky finally responded to...

Interviews with the director and lead actress of The Tribe

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Note: the Q&A with actress Yana Novikova below features frank talk about sex and may reveal plot spoilers. If you are offended by either, you...

Lou Barlow keeps spirit alive returning to band that kicked him...

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Before labels like “alternative,” “emo,” “lo-fi” and “grunge” became easy go-to words for lazy rock writers, somewhere in the northeast of the United States,...