2021 in review: from Squid Game to Hellbound via Dr. Brain, this year one country bossed it in the TV thriller stakes. Here’s how they did it, and also what’s coming next.
As the film series celebrates its 20th anniversary, we check in on the literary outliers who don’t know their quidditch from their Quibbler. No judgement here, but Hagrid is on standby.
The first season of Netflix’s hit series reached 76 million eyeballs. As the second instalment launches, the Wolverhampton-born actor gives us the lowdown on the emotional toll of playing Yennefer de Vengerberg and breaking fantasy stereotypes.
Over the past four years, London-born and based artist Lewis Khan has been documenting the city’s school leavers just before they step into the adult world in a deeply nostalgic, brilliantly exhilarating short film, Leavers.
Hosted by Telfar and PDA on the 10th floor of London’s The Standard, the party celebrated the UK’s subversive LGBTQIA+ brains shaping British culture right now.
Not convinced? Be grool. We’re about to change your mind.
Somewhere on a dancefloor in East London, the multi-coloured, multi-pierced twentysomethings sweat out their troubles come Saturday night. Here, photographer Varvara Schvetsova captures a regular (but not so regular) night.
In our latest print issue, skaters Simone Gozzetti and Beatrice Domond paired up for a photo story documenting their friends during the summer in Milan – young, wind-swept and freeee.
Worms is an antidote to the pretentiousness of academia that celebrates female and non-binary writers. Editor Clem MacLeod gives us the lowdown on the new issue, psychogeography and the simple joy of reading.
In his new film, Riz Ahmed is brilliant as an ex-Marine fighting aliens that only he can see. Encounter director Michael Pearce explains how his leading man led from the front.
From Ansel Elgort to Armie Hammer, the advent of #MeToo and social media has seen a slew of actors be "cancelled". But with leading roles in blockbusters like West Side Story and Death On The Nile, studios are left to pick up the pieces. THE FACE speaks to industry insiders to find out how they're mediating the impact.
Photographer Rachel Lamb's new book showcases the industrial magic of Glasgow and its inhabitants. Move over, London, it’s Scotland’s turn in the spotlight.
In collab with Netflix, this programme will ensure the likes of It’s a Sin’s Lydia West and Sex Education’s George Robinson get all the industry support they need to keep telling boundary-breaking stories.
Photographer Bolade Banjo meets Rain: a self-styled “technomadic vampire” who eats raw steak and bone marrow, and drinks a glass of blood every morning. You can read more in the Winter issue of THE FACE, out now.
No, Die Hard doesn’t count.
The global pandemic has seen Games Workshop become more profitable than Google. Its growth can be largely attributed to the booming popularity of Warhammer – a 38-year-old roleplaying game with a historically nerdy image. We roll the dice and enter the big business world of miniature battling.
2021 in review: After a year of being stuck in our homes, cinema returned with a host of blockbusters that demanded our attention, from No Time To Die via Marvel to House of Gucci.
Artist Tan Gillies mixes moving image, painting, sculpture and photography in a soul-bearing new exhibition tackling mental health, domestic abuse and the hard road to getting clean.
With 2021 almost out the door, the platform celebrates this year’s top talent, from trainspotter Francis Bourgeois and music sensation PinkPantheress, to disability rights activist Shelby Lynch.
Parties, posing and palm trees: Basel is back this week with a whole host of arty happenings and after-dark soirees. This is your rolling guide to everything that’s been going on in Miami.
Screen Time: Christmas, crime and cracking tunes take centre stage this week. Get into it.
From diaristic DMs to mermaid mysteries, the R&B crooner gives us a peek inside his mind.