British actor Josh O’Connor fronts The HERO Winter Annual 2019 ahead of his role as a young Prince Charles in award-winning Netflix show The Crown.
Inside – actor NOOMI RAPACE in conversation with the legendary GLENN CLOSE – the pair talk about absorbing characters, the need for solitude, and the dangers of thinking in black and white.
Stars of upcoming cinematic release 1917, DEAN-CHARLES CHAPMAN and GEORGE MACKAY are in conversation – the film is released this Christmas and follows two WWII soldiers behind enemy lines. It’s an epic cinematic undertaking from director Sam Mendes and has already drawn massive praise in the industry for its groundbreaking cinematography.
Italian-Brazilian artist ANNA MARIA MAIOLINO speaks about her retrospective at Whitechapel Gallery this winter, and the need for tolerance in the world.
HANS ULRICH OBRIST is in discussion with artist CLAUDIA ANDUJAR on her groundbreaking archive documenting the Yanomami – an indigenous group of people from the Brazilian rainforest – in anticipation of her biggest show in Europe to date at the Cartier Foundation in Paris in January.
Plus original short stories and poems, artist MARK BRADFORD unpacks his mythology-inspired works, actor SHAMEIK MOORE talks about his path to Hollywood. Also, a discussion with the environmentalist Sherpas cleaning up Mount Everest.
Order The HERO Winter Annual 2019 here.