The director of Love & Friendship on Jane Austen, his failed career as a writer, and true crime television.
The author of 13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl on body image, how music and dance inform her writing, and emotional honesty.
Talking with the director of High-Rise about the challenges of adapting J.G. Ballard, the benefits of setting a film in the Seventies, and how genre can give and take away.
The host of the film podcast You Must Remember This on Howard Hughes, A Star is Born, and capitalism.
The author of City of Thorns on generational pain, the context of radicalization, and the weight of place.
Lines of inheritance and anxiety of influence at the Existentialist Café.
The director takes the optimism of youth—the idea that a better world is right around the corner—as seriously as his young characters deserve.
The man who developed Dothraki and Valyrian on conjuring culture with words.
The author of The Naturalist on boating the Amazon, the freedom to follow instincts and killing things to look at them more closely.
The author of The End of Protest on the pollution of the mental environment, giving up on nationalism, and finding reasons for optimism.
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