Like A Velvet Glove
Comics Journal interview.
Mother Jones magazine, and the other is a video from the Vimeo site. For whatever reason a lot of the videos from Vimeo don't load well or stream smoothly for me, but the Daniel Clowes: Art's Talk seems to, at least initially when I was looking at it earlier.
Of the two films mentioned above, I'd start with Ghost World first. It's probably the better of the two, but I can appreciate them both on some level. Ghost World was directed by Terry Zwigoff, who also directed Crumb, the documentary on Robert Crumb, the underground cartoonist--another one I'd recommend seeing. It also stars a young Scarlett Johansson as Rebecca, and Thora Birch as Enid. They are a pair of disaffected teenagers, Rebecca, a bit older, who are best friends, and live in Los Angeles that go about their days going to thrift shops, music stores, etc. Steve Buscemi is also in the film and plays a a miserable, outcast type guy who collects vintage blues, jazz, and ragtime 78s. He ends up getting to know Enid.