‘Daisy Jones’ Star Riley Keough Is Finally Having the Moment Her Talent Deserves
Keough is earning raves for playing a Stevie Nicks-inspired rocker in “Daisy Jones & The Six.” For fans who have been following her for years, this moment was a long time coming.
Every Song on Daisy Jones & the Six’s Aurora, Ranked
Now that fans can actually listen to the fictional band's songs instead of just reading them, which tracks are the best?
Ranking the 20 Best Poker Face Guest Stars
We’re taking one last look at the murderers’ row of talent in Season 1.
Other People’s Children
Zlotowski peels back the layers of motherhood: an experience that defines a community of women while presenting a challenge to the wholeness of the individual.
The Biggest Differences Between Daisy Jones & The Six and Taylor Jenkins Reid's Novel
Prime Video's new series is largely loyal to its source material—with a few key exceptions.
Party Down’s Tyrel Jackson Williams is stealing scenes, one TikTok dance at a time
With the latest season of Party Down now airing on Starz, AltPress caught up with Williams, who spoke about playing a more grounded take on influencers, working with the original cast, and using music as a way to feel seen.
Josh Whitehouse Brings Tenderness to Eddie in Daisy Jones and The Six
The actor discusses translating his character in the upcoming Prime series from the page to the screen.
Ranking Every Steven Soderbergh Movie, From Magic Mike to Ocean's Eleven
This is a filmmaker who can do it all—and we took a shot at ranking every movie he's made.
Literary Dispatches from the 2023 Sundance Film Festival
Jihane Bousfiha on Cat Person, Eileen, Shortcomings, and More
When It Melts: The Cruelty of Childhood
Veerle Baetens' directorial debut at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival is an uncompromising portrait of trauma bleeding from youth to adulthood.
Theater Camp Is a Delightful Satire Born Out of Real Friendship
Director Molly Gordon and costar Ayo Edebiri discuss their Sundance Film Festival hit, which received a standing ovation and an instantaneous $8 million deal with Searchlight Pictures.
“To Be What My Father Could Not”: Mia Hansen-Løve on One Fine Morning
Ahead of One Fine Morning’s theatrical release, Hansen-Løve spoke to me about Seydoux’s magnetic presence, the confines of Paris, and the idea of artistic transmission.
Veerle Baetens Interview – Director of ‘When It Melts’
Over Zoom from her home in Belgium in the days ahead of When It Melts’ premiere at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival, Baetens spoke with me about translating the book to the screen and the obstacles in crafting an empathetic central character.
Sundance’s 2023 Films Are All About Complicated Romances & Male Identity
Sundance’s lineup this year is a mixed bag, featuring highly anticipated titles that end up underwhelming, while the occasional standouts emerge triumphantly.
Phoebe Dynevor & Chloe Domont on Their Explosive Corporate Thriller, Fair Play
Following Fair Play’s premiere at the Sundance Film Festival—where it was quickly purchased by Netflix for $20 million—I caught up with Domont and Dynevor, who chatted with me over the phone about their ruthlessly brilliant film that’s bound to provoke discourse.