As the resident bad boy next door in the popular Netflix series, the 22-year-old Aussie has quickly begun to occupy the hearts and minds of converted fans everywhere.
A new story by author Gabriel Krauze written exclusively for THE FACE.
While visiting his mum in Béziers, southern France, photographer Ollie Trenchard got talking to a group of French drill artists. They became his friends, and the basis of a tight-knit photo series.
With The Scary of Sixty-First, her directorial debut, the actor-director-podcaster makes Jeffrey Epstein’s disgraced downfall even more bone-chilling.
Deciphering the blockchain boom: explaining Grimes, Beeple and Kings of Leon’s interest in cryptocurrency’s latest gold rush.
The HBO Max series was created by a teenage girl and her father, produced by Lena Dunham, and explores all the hype and glory of a post-everything generation.
Yes, that’s right. It’s almost been a year since the nationwide lockdown was implemented, and a lot has gone on since then. So, THE FACE wants you to submit your best photo response to the past 12 months.
THE FACE speaks to the founder of the film company behind the 2001 cult classic, which eschewed cheesy porn music in favour of boundary-pushing techno.
Dubheasa Lanipekun’s debut short – part of the BBC and Arts Council England’s New Creatives initiative – hymns the chaos of adolescence, Black schoolgirl sisterhood and her 15-year-old-self.
Sisterhood – a photo project by photographer Vivek Vadoliya and Bradford stylist Neesha Champaneria – captures political collective Speakers Corner in celebration of its tight-knit community and positive changes in the city.
We speak to the welder-turned-star of I'm No Longer Here: the mesmerising Spanish-language Netflix film praised by Alfonso Cuarón and Guillermo del Toro.
The Cheshire artist uses painting as therapy to tackle existential dread, religion and fear of death. Honest, it’s way more fun than that sounds.
Directed by Dan Hett, Closed Hands examines the causes and effects of a terrorist attack in a fictional UK city. It’s inspired by the experience of losing his own brother, Martyn, during the Manchester Arena bombing in 2017.
No generation can resist the allure of sex, death and the occult. But just who are today’s goths? Where do they find each other? And how do they define the term? We go beyond the batcave to find out.
Jeremy Atherton Lin is a writer from California whose new book, Gay Bar, asks: does gay still have a place? With queer venues closing around the world, Gay Bar is a hilarious, arousing and challenging reminder, not just of where we went out – but why.
Fifty years of making pictures, upsetting the establishment and sticking two fingers at the easily offended is no easy feat.
Federico Radaelli and Toni Brugnoli’s photobook, F.R.T.B., documents highly customised motor vehicle communities on opposite sides of the world – and they have more in common than you might think.
Home to underground zines, books on British car boot culture and off-the-wall photography, co-founder Ja Bæblade talks us through his decade-long journey from bedroom bookbinding to proper publishing.
Bad Gays is the hilarious new podcast by Huw Lemmey and Ben Miller dedicated to spotlighting the “evil and complicated queers in history” – the ones we’d rather forget. Or perhaps not...
BFI are back with Flare, providing us with the very best in contemporary LGBTIQ+ cinema from top-notch directors around the world. This year is no different, with films exploring the AIDS crisis, trans rights, race, and more. Here, the programmers select their top picks.
The actor plays the drug-addled wife of Tom Holland’s Iraq war veteran-turned-junkie bank robber, based on Nico Walker’s wildly true debut novel.
To celebrate Climax’s six-month birthday, Isabella Burley, the independent distributor and founder of all things erotic, selects her top picks from the latest release: rare pop culture ephemera, saucy books, Japanese periodicals, a VHS tape and more.
From edible cigarettes to condom lollipops and the Great British Pub, the creative director-cum-master baker gives us a taster of the magic ingredients that go into his creations.
Involved in the NYC scene since 2002, the photographer is now releasing a comprehensive book of break culture. And, he has high hopes of entering the 2024 Olympics in the newly emerged breaking category.