Call sheet: Playing Sandra in Mike Flanagan’s latest spooky season series for Netflix, the 22-year-old has horror all wrapped up. Now, her sights are set on Hollywood’s biggest franchises.
Following the release of a viral trailer for M3GAN, a film about a robot doll gone rogue, a Twitter spat erupted between horror’s most notorious toys – and Chucky’s taking no prisoners. Behold, our ranking of the all-time scariest miniature killers…
The multidisciplinary artist has just released A Sphinx Looking For a Poet, a collection of poems written in Parisian solitude that’ll have you lunging for the suitcase.
The pair, together with co-founder Lester Walker, have just released their extensive recipe book, Black Power Kitchen, celebrating the richness of cuisine from West Africa and the Bronx. Here’s what they get up to beyond the kitchen…
As the (popcorn) dust settles on this year’s event, here’s our critic’s round-up of the films we didn’t have space to preview.
Romeo and Juliet… and Rosaline. The Booksmart and Dopesick star on shaking up Shakespeare, loving Louis Vuitton – and defending Olivia Wilde.
In Benidorm Away, photographer Oli Jackson brings Rochdale charm to the Spanish seaside resort with a heady history.
London Film Festival: THE FACE speaks to the director and lead actor of the noir detective drama, Park Chan-wook and star Park Hae-il.
Having worked together for six years in the early ’80s, Ortiz (aka LA II) hugely influenced Haring’s practice, before his own legacy fell to the wayside. With a new London exhibition, King of Hearts, the artist proudly reclaims it.
Daisy Jones investigates why the House of the Dragon star saying seven simple words – “Negroni... sbagliato... with prosecco in it” – has whipped up such an intense level of internet thirst.
London Film Festival: The male perspective has dominated films for over a century. In her new documentary, Nina Menkes tracks how filmmakers have long objectified women – and why that’s so harmful.
Call Sheet: As her new film Living hits screens at London Film Festival this week, the Sex Education star gives us a rundown of her career highs and lows.
Theo Cottle turned his regular encounters with avid fishers into an arresting photo series, documenting their catches big and small. We’re hooked.
London Film Festival: Director Sally El-Hosaini speaks to THE FACE about balancing the incredible true story of two sisters who escaped war-ravaged Syria – with the very ordinary life they enjoyed before.
Do Revenge got you in the mood to go on your own sordid quest for retribution? Let go of that energy with a cathartic film binge instead.
London Film Festival: something terrifying is stalking cave people in an inspired British debut. Yes, like the historical setting, it’s behind you…
In Episode Two of Face-to-Face, the writers discuss punk, grime and shocking the literary establishment.
Call Sheet: The Los Angeles-born actress talks making on-screen magic in Hocus Pocus 2, her on-set essentials, and juggling films with life as a normal college student.
London Film Festival: director Nikyatu Jusu on her Sundance-winning horror and the secret to making a proper scary film.
Anna Cafolla selects page-turners to spook and satiate the senses, from Jonathan Nunn’s London food odyssey to Philippa’s Snow’s analysis of self-injury as entertainment, with a healthy dose of sexy salaciousness thrown in via Annie Ernaux.
London Film Festival: techno gets the definitive documentary it deserves, in a brilliant portrait of the genre’s Black pioneers.
The fashion tide appears to have turned against Kanye West. Yet his opinions have always been clear for anyone unwilling to turn a blind eye.
Ahead of this week’s opening of the LFF, and THE FACE’s rolling coverage, here are the galas and special presentations we’re most looking forward to.