The 24-year-old Indiana-born model and actor stars in Prime Video’s Sweeney Todd-updating The Horror of Dolores Roach. She’s also a dab hand at tennis who carries a mini ball machine in her hand luggage.
Passages has come to save queer cinema from a couple of years of so-so releases. Here, leading gay writers and critics including Charles Gant, Alex Needham and Alim Kheraj help explain those ups and downs.
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Forget Fringe. For over a decade, Edinburgh’s skate scene has been having it large at the ultimate August takeover.
In just a few years, Taylor Russell has established herself as a critical darling, fan favourite and fashion muse. Now, the Bones and All star has taken her skills to the stage, starring in The Effect at London's National Theatre.
Last Wednesday, the elusive graffer linked up with the shiny-toothed DnB legend to flog quality tees to hundreds of fans in Deptford, London.
In Charlotte Regan’s comedy-drama about a young girl who reunites with her dad after her mum’s death, the 12-year-old actor, who's never even had a line in a school play, gives a thrilling, naturalistic performance.
Since 1913, Kyoto University’s Yoshida dorm has been home to radical, anti-establishment youth.
Pleasure seekers: walk towards the red light. Over here, we’ve got transgressive nudes shot by Harley Weir, ’80s erotica from Julia et Vincent, bodybuilders and even some horny homeware.
Thanks to homemade Gujarati food and a cult Instagram following, this is one of Stoke Newington's most-loved family businesses.
Co-hosted by FACE Editor Matthew Whitehouse and taking place at Quo Vadis in Soho, London, Olivia was joined by FACE family including Central Cee, Madeline Argy, Amelia Dimoldenberg and Joe Locke.
This year marks the third iteration of the MQBMBQ (My Queer Blackness, My Black Queerness) residencies at the Tuscan retreat, the hottest place to work as an artist over the summer – literally.
The first monograph of the Austrian Oak, edited by Taschen’s “Sexy Books Editor” Dian Hanson, documents the man, muscle and musings of one of pop culture’s most recognisable figures.
In Jacob Barnes’s latest exhibition in Battersea’s Grove Gallery, skaters are shown doing what they do best: taking the city into their own hands.
In Andrew Finch’s new exhibition, Mark Leckey, Vinca Petersen, Jeremy Deller and emerging filmmakers present shorts showcasing the best of British raves. Nice one, top one, sorted.
Never mind the stretch limo. For this group of 16-year-olds, chauffeur-driven Lamborghinis are a bona fide rite-of-passage.
It's warm and fuzzy and ties every loose end up in a neat bow. Sounds like Santa came early...
The active ingredient in magic mushrooms has been hailed as mental health wonder-drug. But some treatment journeys end up a very bad trip.
Podcast: We’ve watched it! Listen to our discussion about whether the fanfare surrounding one of the most anticipated films of the summer is justified.
The film of the summer (that is, in case you need reminding, about a children's toy) has given us all an acute case of Barbie Girl Syndrome.
Mike Skinner has made a movie, the whole thing written, directed, filmed, funded and led by the man on the mic. It only took him 10 years.
Between 2018 and 2020, Gena Kagermanov documented residents of the Donbas, capturing tender, fleeting portraits of life amid war.
From Bugs Bunny’s ringlet wigs to Pleakley from Lilo and Stitch’s iconic fuck-ass bob, for many, cartoons are an early introduction to gender variance – and no one bats an eyelid.
The legendary photographer’s latest exhibition, Buffalo: Future Generation, is a radical take on diversity, self-expression and sticking right out – Buffalo style.