From the NY Times:
“R.E.M. has a new album. It’s called “Collapse Into Now,” and its 12 rockers show the band in peak form. But the record isn’t just about music. It also has a visual component: 12 short films that R.E.M.’s frontman and creative mastermind Michael Stipe commissioned from 11 different artists. They include Sam Taylor-Wood, Sophie Calle, James Franco (who made two) and the unstoppable 84-year-old documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles.” Read the full article at the NY Times.