The series depicts the country’s customs as palatable for a Western audience, but Indians from different countries explain how the reality is much different.
Leading from the front in the BBC adaptation of Vikram Seth’s much-loved blockbuster novel A Suitable Boy: no pressure for the 23-year-old newcomer. Especially as she’s backed by a 110-strong cast with one key unifying factor.
The 23-year-old breakthrough actor discusses racism in the spotlight and his portrayal of murdered teenager Anthony Walker in a new BBC drama.
The queer-run platform Community Bread has tapped DJs Mike Servito, Xiorro and Jasmine Infinitti, among others, for a stream this weekend to help rebuild the dance community from the ground up.
Five years ago, photographer Nik Hartley revisited his Lancashire hometown and spent two days documenting the boys who regularly visited Stylz – a barbershop in the centre of its British Asian community.
The London record label has dropped a slick collection of tees centred around the themes of community and new-gen creativity. Co-founder Skinny Macho tells us more.
As countries open their borders for quarantine-free travel, including Greece. We asked writer and model Nassia Matsa to curate a coronavirus-friendly itinerary for your next trip.
While we’re still (mostly) stuck indoors and our eyes glaze over from screen fatigue, it can be nice to spread eagle on the bed and turn on a podcast.
The Melbourne born and raised, London-based artist celebrates and explores his Black culture via vivid acrylic paintings, influenced by the “beautiful and difficult” narratives he’s experienced first hand.
The American model selects any meal anywhere in the world, from Los Angeles to Lagos.
The app’s newest hit of 15-second-fame has users united in a global celebration that shows off the traditional dress synonymous with their culture.
Last Friday, 59 countries opened their borders for quarantine-free travel, including Italy. We asked performer Vincenzo d’Ambrosio and artist Sofia Ginevra Gianni to curate a coronavirus-friendly itinerary for your next trip.
He was the most famous climate activist in the UK, fighting the good fight two decades before Extinction Rebellion. Then he went to ground – until now.
Sucker Punch and Sony’s samurai yarn fetishises Japanese history and cinema while trotting out the same old routine of combat and collecting.
Terry (old, but not actually old) and Terry (young) really stole the show in Michaela Coel’s I May Destroy You. We got them together to talk school, stereotyping and those mini Just Do It rucksacks.
Last Friday, 59 countries opened their borders for quarantine-free travel, including The Netherlands. We asked local streetwear brand Patta and Dutch artist and filmmaker Mila Van Der Linden to curate a coronavirus-friendly itinerary for your next trip.
Artist Ren, aka Jack Reynolds, dives deep into masculinity’s many contradictions through his new collection of cheeky illustrations.
Back in March, The Residence Gallery’s Ed Lesson and Ingrid Welsh initiated a mail art response to the lack of physical communication at the height of the pandemic. Now, the artists are showing their work in The Correspondence – an exhibition held in east London.
Today, 59 countries open their borders for quarantine-free travel, including France. Oh la la. We asked hip-hop party heads Yard Paris and the co-founder of Paris’ famed La Creole club night to curate a coronavirus-friendly itinerary for your next trip to the capital.
As the lockdown starts to lift, the UK’s galleries are opening their doors to the public so you can finally get your fill of some proper fine art. Social distancing regulations still apply. Enjoy – but wear a mask.
Carrey’s Memoirs and Misinformation is, in some ways, shockingly better than some of this year’s most-hyped book releases.
The breakout star of Barry Jenkins’ If Beale Street Could Talk is back on our screens with a role in a comic-book movie. Lockdown might have left her in limbo, but Layne remains resolutely focused on her goal: to break through the boundaries and limitations of Hollywood.
It was during Lesbian Visibility Day when London-based photographer Vic Lentaigne thought to reach out to her queer community. The result is smoochin’, huggin’ and a whole lotta luvin’.
With increasingly exposed police brutality and calls to defund the force, is it time the film industry put one of its most successful genres into custody?