Is Tim Burton’s film adaptation of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children any good?
Paulina Singer stars in Dead of Summer and focuses on issues that will have a lasting impact on society. She tells us about herself.
Addy Fong talks to the curator of “Essential Independents: American Cinema, Now” festival, Richard Sowada, about what’s in store for us.
LA-based writer, actress and filmmaker Mary Neely talks to us about catastrophic events, gaming and her weird obsession with Friends.
The revelation of truth is always shocking, especially when it involves the systematic cover-up of the sexual abuse of children by priests.
Director Lisa Langseth talks about her creative process, her next movie and about working with Alicia Vikander and Anna Bjelkerud.
Director Gillian Armstrong has unveiled her most challenging project to date, Australia’s biggest crowdsourced documentary.
Australia-born, New York-based actress Lara Goldie has a chat with somethingyousaid.com’s Kaya Strehler: I’m not going to lie. The following interview was conducted as a major powerplay move by myself in my bid… Read More
Somethingyousaid.com’s Addy Fong checks out A Riot of Our Own, the powerful and sobering documentation of London’s live music scene, and picks the brains of the film’s director. You can watch the entire… Read More
As a Frenchman living in the coastal enclave of Bronte, Sydney, Thomas Castets surfs just about everyday. But around 2010 Castets began noticing a pattern among his surfing buddies – they’d marry off,… Read More
LA-based, English/Thai model and actress Sara Malakul Lane has been a good friend of somethingyousaid.com for a while now. We first interviewed her last year and she has since gone on to contribute to… Read More
We talk to writer/director/actor Jared Cohn (pictured, below) about his new movie, Buddy Hutchins, which stars a particularly unhinged Jamie Kennedy and a chainsaw: Hey Jared! How did the idea for Buddy Hutchins… Read More