Super Furry Animal’s second film will be accompanied by an album, a book and an app. By Stuart Dredge
Respawn Entertainment is days away from launching its hugely anticipated sci-fi shooter. We talk to programmer Jon Shiring about the technical revolution going on in the background. By Keith Stuart
NSA whistleblower speaks to SXSW from Russia to dispute claims by US officials that his disclosures harmed the country
On the 30th anniversary of the miners' strike, Billy Elliot writer Lee Hall talks to Simon Hattenstone about Thatcher's death, being fired from War Horse – and finding the lead for his Elton John musical
Every transaction on MtGox since 2011 was leaked online by hackers accusing the company’s CEO of stealing their money. By Alex Hern
The creator of HBO’s hit show compares lack of film work for female stars with that of co-star Adam Driver, who’s been offered roles by Spielberg and the Coen brothers
Suicides linked to websites add to concerns as experts warn NHS is ill-equipped to deal with fallout from 'toxic digital world'
How did the PM go from 60,000 Facebook likes to 130,000 in just a month? There are ways – but they don't come cheap, says Alex Hern
New eMarketer research forecasts mobile ad spend to top £2bn this year, and for total digital media to reach £9bn by 2017. By John Reynolds
Sixty years ago, a team of radical, blacklisted filmmakers made Salt of the Earth, a powerful representation of the agency of US workers. Sukhdev Sandhu celebrates a talisman of the American left
James Hall and Edward Lovelace's documentary about musician Edwyn Collins's recovery from a stroke eschews conventional form to pitch us into the disorientating reality of his life, writes Henry Barnes
Government needs reminding that they work for us, says Pulitzer-winning reporter Barton Gellman, who describes Edward Snowden as ending an era of indifference to surveillance. By Jemima Kiss
Surreal correspondence reveals intense but 'un-synchronized passion' between the literary and cinema icons
Organisations such as Provenance are hopeful that companies will eventually allow consumers to buy products based on their personal preferences, not just depending on price point
Charles Arthur: A Wall Street Journal reporter tries to answer the question of whether Apple’s innovation has burnt out after its founder’s death. But if you’ve already decided that it has, shouldn’t you have some evidence too?