Screen Time: From pop queens to tiger kings via drug pushers, a fistful of entertainment to watch this week.
He’s been shockin’, repulsin’ and pissin’ people off since his late ’70s beginnings as a subversive filmmaker. Now he’s back with a new photo book, Baron.
No green tracksuits required, but your binging attention is: Dr. Brain is the new South Korean TV must-see.
The foundation, set up by late designer Lee Alexander McQueen, hosted a Dream with Sarabande dinner at The Standard on Tuesday.
A book says a thousand words. From side-splitting nonfiction and zines, to proper escapism and bonafide witchcraft, there’s something for everyone in our handy guide.
On the hunt for more Black cowboy films after watching Netflix’s star-studded flick? We rounded up a Black westerns expert for recommendations. Saddle up.
Nothing says I care like gifting your loved ones with art. It’s thoughtful, cool and will have you looking hyper cultured. And when The Big Day gets too much (nan’s pissed, turkey was crap, dad’s asleep), retreat to a corner of the house and immerse yourself in any of these stellar selections.
The Los Angeles-based director swipes up on her second feature, Mainstream, "a cautionary fairytale" about social media fame, delusion and excess.
Artist and curator Leif Jones has joined forces with Leo Fitzpatrick’s experimental space to put on Night Light, a show all about community, friendship and stellar art.
Screen Time: The best new watches to keep you company from 5th November onwards.
We’re in the era of the skinny, sickly-looking man and, with Kim Kardashian on his arm, Pete Davidson is winning.
From tribal tatts to acid rave smileys, Manon Macasaet’s I <3 TATTOO features custom-made, temporary ink from some of New York City’s most exciting artists.
Director Pablo Larraín wanted to analyse an icon that gripped even his mum in ’90s Chile. But what does that have to do with Billie Eilish?
The first feature film from TV presenting stalwart Reggie Yates is a love letter to the UK garage culture that helped make him. Do you really like it? Is it, is it wicked? “Yes!” is the director of Pirates’ emphatic reply.
Dystopian disturbia, club night nostalgia, turbulent takes on family time and LOADS more. These books will blow your mind.
Director Chloé Zhao and star Kumail Nanjiani discuss the MCU’s new direction. But not, pointedly, One Direction…
Screen Time: From Ava DuVernay and Colin Kaepernick’s new series to Last Night In Soho, there are plenty of treats (and occasional tricks) on offer.
Rebecca Hall’s adaptation of Nella Larsen’s 1929 novel sparked heated debate before it was even released. Here, the actor-turned-director and the film’s star explain why the story still resonates today.
The writer and actor who plays a London estate agent gives an insight into the third series of the multi Bafta award-winning comedy.
Photographer Guen Fiore and stylist Rubina Vita Marchiori have teamed up on GIRLS, a series of intimate portraits documenting women in their early twenties.
To mark the release of his new book, Donkey Man and Other Stories, THE FACE chats to the photographer about fashion, family, naked pictures, celebrities and the ethics of shooting raw portraits.
Phatmedia comprises the internet’s largest database of old school rave flyers. From acid house to happy hardcore, here’s the best of British party art.