If you saw the Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling-starring Late Night and were left wanting more of its winning combination of workplace politics and wisecracks, then you've a kindred spirit in The High Note director Nisha Ganatra.

After going behind the scenes of TV talk shows in Late Night, Ganatra has now decided to have a go of the gears and levers of the music business, this time with Black-ish star Tracee Ellis Ross and Fifty Shades' Dakota Johnson as the women at very different ends of the career totem pole.

Watch our interview with the filmmaker above.

The High Note is available to rent at home now.