For the final FACE Podcast of the year, we review 2023's film highlights.
From M3GAN’s first ever interview to How to Have Sex and Kendall Roy, here are our favourite big and small screen articles of the year.
From the Taliban’s poppy ban to what’s really in your weed vape, Drugs Columnist Simon Doherty shares his, ahem, highs of the past 12 months.
The spectacle of American college life has long been ripe for big screen adaptations. But where are all the movies about four quid Lidl wine and Wednesday night pints at the pub?
We all have that one mate who likes things that look cool – and make them look cool at the same time.
Femme (noun): “an LGBTQ+ person whose gender expression is considered to be feminine”. Femme (film): a brilliant, brutal British story of a drag queen’s thirst for revenge. We speak to stars Nathan Stewart-Jarrett and George Mackay.
Podcast: THE FACE editorial team reveals the contents of the latest mag.
Twenty-five years after British South Asians first broke into mainstream culture, a new wave of young brown talent is bringing a collective burst of cultural excitement, racking up big ideas rooted in politics, sexuality, race, nightlife and modern-day romance.
...across music, fashion, film, TV and literature. Dig in.
The legendary American photographer talks about shooting Olivia Rodrigo for our cover, how he once failed at being a monk and not naming the chickens on his farm.
Photographer Marc Vallée’s latest book captures youth culture, coming-of-age and freedom in his optimistic second volume of ’90s Archive.
Podcast: This week we dig into Emerald Fennell's darkly comic second film, with a little help from Saltburn star Archie Madekwe.
Oscar-winning filmmaker Emerald Fennell breaks down the cultural touchstones that helped shape her worldview and create her killer second film.
Photographer Alexandra Leese enlisted Kiko Mizuhara, Beabadoobee and more for her latest project, celebrating old-school erotic calendars and 2024’s Chinese zodiac sign.
Mattia Guarnera-MacCarthy’s uncanny airbrushed paintings of muscular bodies and sweaty sportsmen have made him one of London’s most exciting up and comers. Now, he’s looking further afield.
With a glaring lack of spaces dedicated to teen girls outside the judgmental sheen of Instagram and Twitter, where the hell can they go to be alone online? Modern blog Girlhood and Discord might have the answer.
The natural-born rebel discusses making art to shock, performing seances in school toilets and her part in the Tate’s new Women in Revolt exhibition.
The director thrilled a packed cinema with an entertaining post-screening conversation at THE FACE Film Society’s preview of her riotous new film.
In Sam Youkilis’ debut book, Somewhere, the photographer dials up the realness of everyday Italians in all their bronzed glory.
As photography fair Photo Paris welcomes a slew of oh-so-cultured collectors next week, we look to off-shoot Polycopies and find cool teen bedrooms, queer dating and Tokyo’s red light district buried in the bookshelves.
THE FACE Film Society: We're offering you an exclusive and totally free London preview of writer-director Emerald Fennell’s brilliant new film starring Jacob Elordi, Barry Keoghan and Ewan Mitchell.
She's helped define modern celebrity since her ascent into fame. Now, Fox's memoir Down the Drain explains why the internet is still more than a little obsessed.
As the world of “crossover” boxing descended on Manchester last weekend, Clive Martin was given Triple A access to its “biggest, baddest and best event yet”.