Postcards From London arrives in UK cinemas this week, and it’s a creatively inclined, stylistic endeavour that marks another fantastic role for the rising star Harris Dickinson. To celebrate the film’s release we sat down with the man himself, alongside the writer/director Steve McLean.

Dickinson explained what attracted him to getting involved in this project, while McLean told us of the genesis of the idea. We speak about London and how Soho has changed, before Dickinson talks about his choices, and moving from studio films to indie films, and on how he approached this differently to his stunning turn in Beach Rats.

McLean speaks about how the film is a celebration of art, and on its relatable themes, before finally we ask Dickinson about his role in Danny Boyle’s TV series Trust, and his thoughts on fame, and whether he is ready for what’s in store.

Watch the full interview below:


A teenage boy dreams of being rich and famous as he embarks on a journey from his hometown to London.

Postcards From London is released on November 23rd