In the current situation, isolation is an ordeal – but it can also look pretty. Just check out these seven photographers lensing quiet street scenes, empty shopping centres and bars without people for proof.
John Waters, Agnès Varda and the Safdies are all on the Sundance prize-winning director’s must-see movie list
Two savvy New Yorkers – Thi Lam and Rance Nix – have borrowed the premise of Netflix’s Love Is Blind to help people in lockdown find love.
As London’s biggest LGBTIQ+ film festival cancels due to the ongoing corona outbreak, its Senior Programmer has hand-picked the best queer films from its previous editions, available on BFI Player, and tells you why they’re so good.
Detach from the news and fire up the serotonin with the best comedy streaming right now.
Practice isolation with this list of streamable, non-scary movies where the characters are solo or alone together because of the plot.
Priced at just $45, it’s a small price toupee [Alright, that’s enough – Ed].
Stay in and scroll better with our round up of some of the best bookshops on Instagram that will reinvigorate your feed.
Volume 4 Issue 3: We ask stand-up heavyweights Jaboukie Young-White, Janine Harouni, Jamie Demetriou, Phoebe Walsh, Catherine Cohen, Sam Campbell, Kate Berlant, Jordan Brookes and Chris Redd about the new era of comedy.
The hit Brit actor has co-created a new writing night jam-packed with more entertainment than you can shake a feather duster at.
The Irish actor and boxing fanatic on his latest role as a drug dealing ex-boxer in Calm With Horses, a criminal drama set in the underworld of darkest small town Ireland.
Volume 4 Issue 3: The Colombian brothers are shaking off Disney star childhoods to become bona fide film industry players.
Homoerotica’s late, radical master arrives in London for the first time, in the year of his centennial. His partner, Durk Dehner, talks to us about the fascinating life of the subversive artist who helped liberate gays in the 20th century.
Volume 4 Issue 003: This brand new acting talent has gone from Matilda on Broadway to a tough teen abortion drama, with Spielberg’s West Side Story thrown in for good measure.
Volume 4 Issue 3: Georgian cinema has birthed a new film hero, Levan Gelbakhiani. After starring in the Tbilisi love story, And Then We Danced, the young actor has become one to watch.
Exploring the brilliance of a film-festival-circuit favourite, from London to Recife, with its Brazilian co-directors.
On his new album he sets out his plans to create a new world for the displaced – a no man’s land in between “us” and “them”. Here, the actor, musician, poet and political activist talks of finally feeling like himself.
Volume 4 Issue 003: The American artist talks terror, trauma and America’s inability to reckon with itself with Acyde and Tremaine Emory.
Volume 4 Issue 003: It’s good times in Tinseltown for the star of the remake of The Craft.
Salut Dylan Kowalski, the young French 3D character artist behind WarNymph’s first cover story.
The late singer is currently touring Europe as a ghostly digital reincarnation. It’s not right, but is it okay? Houston’s hologram stylist tells us more.
Massive throwback accounts have been deleted or otherwise immobilised on the app. Now the rest of the nostalgia community is on the case.
A month packed full of stuff worth getting out of bed for.
Volume 4 Issue 003: From Peter Pan to playing Ned Kelly via 1917, The Face speaks to the world’s most exciting young British actor.