Programmer Sam Groves shares his favourite music videos on show at Flatpack Film Festival.
Huck celebrates three of Dave Eggers' real-world projects inspired by the subjects of his books.
Inspired by former Sonic Youth frontwoman Kim Gordon and her new improv band with Bill Nace, Body/Head, HUCK 42 is dedicated to all things spontaneous and free-flowing.
In 2011, Arcade Fire went back to their roots and returned with a film that speaks of the future.
Noah and the Whale frontman Charlie Fink opens up about new album, new film and his cinematic heroes.
Rebecca Horn‘s kinetic sculptures and high-art films are proof that the act is more worthy than the object.
He’s got the blockbuster ender in much-hyped skate flick Pretty Sweet, but Guy Mariano concedes it wasn’t easily won.
HUCK catches up with the former pro snowboarder Jamie Heinrich to talk about his no-budget approach to filmmaking.
Film and music video director and graphic designer, Mike Mills, on making real films and beholding old Hollywood.
Ty Evans takes inspiration from the best. It’s no wonder, then, that his videos resonate far beyond the world of skate.
Design icon Geoff McFetridge talks plain and simple sense.
To honour the renaissance of the surf/skate music video, heralded by Joel Tudor and DJ Harvey, we've pulled ten of our faves from the archives.