30 December 2021

The best of HUNGER 2021

This year marked the 10th anniversary of HUNGER. Global pandemics, climate change — and  other harbingers of doom aside — it's been a monumental year for talent across music, film, television, and art. Here, we recap the best of HUNGER in 2021; from a conversation between Jamie Dornan and Sir Kenneth Branagh to interviews with the likes of Camila Cabello and Gillian Anderson.

Jamie Dornan In Conversation With Sir Kenneth Branagh

HUNGER listens in while two of Northern Ireland’s finest acting talents discuss their process, filming together in their hometown of Belfast and what it’s really like working with the acting legend Dame Judi Dench.

YUNGBLUD

The music provocateur is raising a middle finger to expectations and leading with his heart.

Camila Cabello

Fresh off the UK release of Amazon Studios’ reimagined Cinderella, pop icon Camila Cabello talks to Nick Levine about her starring role in the film and her next chapter.

Gillian Anderson

After receiving critical acclaim for her role as Margaret Thatcher in The Crown, the iconic actor talks to Ryan Cahill about one of the most successful years of her career, and what comes next…

Nathalie Emmanuel

The actor on mental health, colourism and why Black Brits are thriving in Hollywood.

Emma Mackey

Having broken through with the zeitgeist-defining classroom drama Sex Education, the actor Emma Mackey is cracking open the history textbooks to revisit forgotten women of the past.

Zandra Rhodes

The inimitable fashion icon looks back over a vibrant career that began more than 50 years ago.

Sadiq Khan

In the run-up to the election for the next mayor of London, Sadiq Khan answers questions from some of the city’s most iconic inhabitants.

Jodie Comer

Fresh off the set of their upcoming project ‘Help’, the Emmy-winning actress talks to friend and fellow Liverpool native Stephen Graham about destiny, playing Scousers and getting the call from Hollywood.

Little Mix

The world’s biggest girlband open up about industry sexism, the barriers faced by working class creatives and the pressures of growing up in the public eye.

Bimini Bon Boulash

The breakout star of ‘Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK’ talks gender, educating trolls and becoming fashion’s next darling.

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