Here is a nice piece from the vault. Just in time for the release of the new documentary 20,000 Days on Earth we share with you an interview with Nick Cave from 1988. At the time he was working on his first foray into cinema, the Australian film, Ghosts of the Civil Dead, on which he was a contributing writer and actor. He talks about both his love of film and of collaboration in art. It is an interesting glimpse into an artists thoughts on the creative process as he is beginning to expand his work into new mediums.
WARNING: if you are obsessed with Nick Cave, his sensitivity and youthful, near puppy dog appearance in the clip is gonna get you wet.