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The 24-year old British stage star talks to Vulture on the eve of his becoming too famous to talk to Vulture.
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The Ugandan-born boxer stars in the harrowing Tribeca documentary 'Kassim the Dream.'
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The Swedish songstress hasn't had an American release since her debut ten years ago — but she's a Pitchfork fave nonetheless.
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Zaror spoke to Vulture about his days as a Hollywood stuntman, his fans back home, and working without a net.
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In the end, the director of 'Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden' does not find Osama bin Laden.
Gessen talks about 'All the Sad Young Literary Men' and his portrayal of women.
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Folkie Josh Ritter and Violinist Hilary Hahn Discuss Their Collaboration, Intense Fear of Sandwiches
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The writer-director behind The Station Agent spoke to Vulture about his new movie and his secret musical ambitions.
"I’d been dancing in a strip mall outside Phoenix. I didn't know what I was getting myself into."