How passion and perseverance paid off for the Nas film 10 years in the making.
Director Rachel Boynton talks her new film about American oil companies in Africa, called Big Men, and the universal appeal of being big.
“285 KENT wasn’t afraid to be a place where you could get laid.”
285 Kent’s concert booker Ric Leichtung speaks on the venue’s closure, and what it means for Brooklyn.
Beyoncé’s new self-titled album is a collection of 17 videos. FADER investigates who they are and what their unique styles brought to the project.
Israeli director Shaul Schwarz discusses his new film and Mexico’s blood ballads.
Photos and a review of the band’s glorious Brooklyn spectacle.
The film/concert combo of Massive Attack’s Robert Del Naja and heady documentarian Adam Curtis feels like something altogether new: it floods the senses with an immersive multimedia denunciation of our modern condition.
A new documentary explores the rise of shredding in Africa
Fourteen of Trent Reznor’s colleagues retrace his path from college freshman to music industry icon.
Director David M. Rosenthal talks his new film with Sam Rockwell and their upcoming boxing biopic