Penned by photographer Eddie Otchere and writer Andrew Green in 1995, the cult classic novel told the story of how Jungle shaped the Black British music scene. Now, it’s being republished.
From steamy gay porn scenes to anonymous fetishists on Twitter, the sexual lust for football kits is at an all-time high. But what lies beneath the knee-high socks? THE FACE finds out.
Shot over four years, Jeano Edwards documented the mundanities of his home country – but the greener grass, bluer skies and sun-soaked festivities make it seem not so mundane after all.
Come as you are: new French-language films Titane, Jumbo and Deerskin are exploring a sexual attraction to... things.
Toe-curling sarcasm, anxious talk show appearances, “Evil Hag” energy... Think you have Aubrey Plaza all figured out? Brilliant new psycho-drama Black Bear reveals a raw and vulnerable side of the Ingrid Goes West actor.
As Zola hits the big screen, we hone in on a new genre of film depicting the lawlessness of Florida, where spring break leads to murder and chaos.
Screen Time: Hungry for more content? From bite-sized comedy snacks to three-course cinematic meals, these are the best things to watch right now.
Following two tragic drug deaths, THE FACE talks to ravers and campaigners who want a radical change in policy across UK nightlife.
After becoming Great Britain’s youngest ever Olympic medalist, 13-year-old Sky Brown has proved to be a skateboarding prodigy. But she’s not the only one. Young female skateboarders have dominated Tokyo 2020 and they show no signs of slowing down.
Create Jobs - powered by A New Direction - is the London employability programme kicking off a six-week content production course in September with a series of talks, workshops and masterclasses in partnership with THE FACE.
When faced with gaslighting and manipulation, ending a relationship is tough in the best of circumstances, let alone in the Love Island villa.
As he finishes his new album, DONDA, Kanye West holes up in a prison cell-like bedroom with no windows and a very basic bed. We ask three estate agents how they would sell it.
Another Trailer of the Week: because when Gucci and Gaga say “jump”, we say “how high”?
Screen Time: Keep boredom at bay with THE FACE’s film and TV recommendations from 30th July onwards. Dig in, square eyes.
From sequinned short shorts to blood-red ballgowns, The Suicide Squad's most iconic antihero is always dressed to impress, embracing femininity to hoodwink her male victims. Never judge an assassin by her outfit
The pingdemic ushered in a wave of milk ’n’ crisps ’n’ booze couriers to make our lives even more frictionless. But of the five leading start-ups, which one rules? THE FACE finds out.
The star of the stirring, Scotland-set refugee drama reveals what he's been reading, watching, memeing and more.
Trailer of the Week: The new chiller from the studio that brought us Hereditary and Midsommar. A wolf in sheep’s clothing? If only it was that cuddly.
This weekend, we celebrate 50 years of Bangladesh’s independence. To mark that moment, artist Shezad Dawood has created a virtual reality stage for a ground-breaking concert spotlighting the country’s art communities.
After 17 years of terrorising the Christmas No.1 spot and giving us the likes of bloody Honey G, the show is over. We look back on its best and worst bits.
It comes following months of back and forth and just weeks after an explosive firsthand testimony, during which Spears spoke of the "embarrassing and humiliating" arrangement put in place in 2008.
In a photo project titled Asian Kids, photographer Gabriel Chiu went around New York shooting East Asian teenagers smoking, riding the subway, bunking off and making out.
The art, business and weird psychology of cursed virtual creatures.