One week, one mood: Moya Lothian-Mclean’s deep-dive into the feel of the week.
As the government launches the controversial #KnifeFree campaign across London’s favourite fried chicken spots, The Face (and the general public) ask why.
Sidney Lumet’s 1976 film eerily predicted the modern world’s insatiable hunger for live broadcast violence.
A deep dive into Roy Liebenthal’s East Village restaurant that defined ’90s New York, from the regulars who made it rule.
Gurinder Chadha’s latest film Blinded by the Light is some much-needed optimism in today’s rather grey world, set to the soundtrack of The Boss’ legendary back catalogue.
No Photos on the Dance Floor! is the latest exhibition to hit the C/O Berlin photography museum, paying homage to youth culture and European nightlife.
Premiere: Deepa Keshvala’s film Kara tackles the relationship between father and daughter, plagued by the hardships of a deadly disease.
She’s helping to produce the next series of American Crime Story about the Clinton Scandal – and reclaiming her narrative in the process.
Grow Tottenham and Howl have joined forces to provide you with a dedicated queer space in the midst of London’s crumbling nightlife scene.
The Gossip Girl graduate on his role as The Deep in new superhero skewering comedy series The Boys.
What dogs dying in movies tell us about our own mortality.
The show’s contestants often end up in some far-flung destination. But has Bimini, Latvia or that sex windmill in Greece received a boost in tourism since being featured? Tricia Gilbride investigates.
Review: Yōko Ogawa’s novel is a terrifying story about memory, erasure and trauma.
Art director Michael Krantz recalls the head-spinning days of putting together the sets for Gregg Araki’s Gen X road movie.
Sweat your way through the dog days of summer with these extremely seasonal movies.
The actor is in a new film called The Mountain, a slow burn about a doctor and his assistant who travel across the country and perform lobotomies.
Curator, writer and art-lover Shonagh Marshall has edited a list of this month's must-see exhibitions.
The Turner Prize-winning artist explores the cultural significance of rave and acid house in his documentary Everybody in the Place.
A brown comedian fills Channel 4’s prime comedy slot! Could the next wave of British Asians since Bend It Like Beckham be hitting our screens?
The beloved actor and jazz musician reminisces on his teen years smashing… the ivories in Pittsburgh.
The Studio Ghibli film turns 30 this week, but continues to reverberate with a relevant message of what happens when we overextend ourselves at work.
Introducing Superfan, our new series in which a contemporary icon meets the classic, like a green tea-infused four-finger Kit Kat.