INTERVIEW | Talking with Derrick Borte of “London Town”

He tells us about guerilla filmmaking and the art of The Clash
Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Daniel Huttlestone
Directed by Derrick Borte

Joe Strummer was a mensch. That's one thing the makers of "London Town," which opened Friday in New York and Los Angeles, want you to know about the late frontman of The Clash. Set in 1979 in working-class London, the film, directed by Derrick Borte ("The Joneses") and written by Matt Brown, Sonya Gildea and Kirsten Sheridan ("In America"), is a coming-of-age story laced with the political ... more >