Interview w/ Jordan Canning
Dealing in the currency of friendship, love, and mourning, the Canadian filmmaker’s second full-length feature is a beautiful depiction of what it means to be human.
Q&A w/ Emma Olswing
Identity, spatial appreciation, and the exploration of color are all present in Olswing’s work. There’s effusive melody, designed restraint, and a compass for geography.
Interview w/ Vera Papisova
Vera Papisova has encouraged positive discourse in relation to health, self-awareness, and happiness. Over the past few years her uncompromising passion to discuss vital and often times unaddressed subjects in popular media – ranging from body image to sex education – has given readers a much-needed forum for a myriad of essential subjects.
Interview w/ Jamar Taylor
Cleveland Browns corner Jamar Taylor’s skill set includes anticipatory reflexes, high football IQ, and inimitable tangibles that you don’t often see in most players. The former Boise State Bronco and Helix Highlander was a second round pick in the 2013 NFL draft, and, as of this year, will be playing on a highly rejuvenated and talented Browns team.
Interview w/ Avery Trufelman
Avery Trufelman, one of the amazing producers of 99pi, curates, organizes, and presents many of the show’s terrific stories (her episodes will change your life, I’m not even kidding).
Interview w/ Mindy Furano
Mindy Furano’s matchless wit, creative spontaneity, and cultural awareness is inimitable and variegated – she’s basically one of our favorite people. If you’re not following her on Twitter and Vine, you’re misusing the internet and I don’t have time for this.
Interview w/ Teal Garrels
Teal Garrels is a super cool person, purveyor of greatness, and the onetime legendary publicist for such companies as Biz 3 and Sub Pop. She’s one of the reasons Cinema Spartan exists, if you don’t know your superfluous San Diego dotcom history
Interview w/ Computer Magic
Science-fiction, NASA, plumes of kicked up dirt behind the wheels of a DeLorean. Computer Magic’s hypnotic oeuvre revolves around themes of emotional wanderlust, illusory control, and the tenuous ebb of self-exploration.
Interview w/ Aesop Rock
Aesop Rock’s emotional compass has always paired, deftly, with his impressive command of the English language. There’s humility, exploratory self-awareness, and shocks of humor in the artist’s oeuvre.
Interview w/ Peach Kelli Pop
Peach Kelli Pop’s unshakable popgun of harmonization represents the wave frosted shores and sun-flecked palm trees of Los Angeles.