Premiering at the 2015 Raindance Film Festival, this is a long overdue look at the poetic singer/songwriter Rickie Lee Jones. She came to fame in the 70s most notably with her eponymous album in 1979 and has been making music now for 3 decades.
Earlier this year Natalie Prass released her debut eponymous album to critical acclaim. A singer-songwriter from Virginia her album is a standout in a new American indie scene. Currently on tour around Europe she took a short break before her performance on the Mountain Stage at Green Man to chat with us about …
Founded in 2003 Green Man has won accolades for its intimate vibe and ethical style. For 4 days a year it is home to 20,000 festival goers from all ages and walks of life. This year tickets sold out 3 months before the event and the offerings included music, comedy, film, arts, rides and science, as well as the beautiful surroundings of the Brecon Beacons.
Last year Hannah Lou Clark’s solo debut EP Silent Type introduced her to a whole new audience. 2015 has seen her on tour promoting the new sound and honing her showmanship. She played at Green Man in the Walled Garden while the sun was shining and we caught up with her on a rare break. She shared her thoughts with us on …
This documentary is about how aspiring filmmakers Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp ended up managing the career of The Who.
This is the first feature film from Beatriz Sanchis; based in Madrid she managed to attract some big names from the Latin acting world as far afield as Argentina and Mexico. This is a tale told from the point of view of Pancho (Christian Bernal) a teenager who lives with his ex-pop star Lupe (Elena Anaya) and her mother Paquita (Macarena Garcia). Continue reading
3 young people living in Scotland joined together by their love of music and whimsy. Eve (Emily Browning) has mental health problems and writes songs to escape to a different world. She meets James (Olly Alexander) who is a guitarist and unlikely lifeguard. Together they use music to work through the trials of being early twenty-somethings. Continue reading
Jon (Domhnall Gleeson) spends his days living with his parents in a no mark small town tweeting his lunch to his 18 followers dreaming of a new life as a rock star. A chance encounter finds him living in a remote farmhouse in Ireland recording an album with the enigmatic Frank (Michael Fassbender) and his avant-garde band. Continue reading
The much-anticipated and now Oscar nominated; best actress for The Streep, best supporting actress for The Roberts (sincerely hoping my monikers for them stick) movie version of the award-winning play August: Osage County needs a suitably BIG OST to complement it. Continue reading