Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s three-hour masterpiece was up for four gongs at last night’s Oscars, winning Best International Feature Film. Hungry for more Japanese cinema amidst all the hype? Here’s what to watch next.
With an SSENSE collection released today, THE FACE chats to one of the most innovative and ingenious young designers out there, an adventurer often found scaling a snowy mountain. We catch up on five years of reaching her peak. Starting at base camp…
Adrian Lyne’s return to cinema, featuring Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas, poses the question: is there still room for horny murder movies?
Love them or loathe them, there’s no getting away from NFTs. After their mass explosion in the cultural zeitgeist this time last year, where are we at now?
The Normal People alum stars opposite Sebastian Stan in Mimi Cave’s directorial debut: a darkly funny, terrifying film about the perils of online dating and an unhealthy modern appetite for women’s bodies.
My Media Diet: His irreverent TikTok videos have earned him three million fans, including Madonna. Now, he’s taking on the podcasting world.
The model-slash-entrepreneur-slash-actor heads up three fashion businesses, one art gallery and recently landed a role on the most tweeted about show of the last decade. Believe it or not, she’s just getting started.
A Fish Without A Bicycle brings together the work of seven female artists alongside Andrews’ own larger-than-life sculptures.
This year, the irresistible North Londoner is set to act in Sky drama Then You Run and Disney+ rom com Rye Lane, all while moonlighting as a DJ and musician. Is there anything she can’t do?
After news surfaced of the tough audition process, we take a look at the candidates for arguably the hardest job in Hollywood. Step forward Lady Gaga, Julia Garner, Alexa Demie and, obviously, the Material Girl herself.
To celebrate the much anticipated new series of Top Boy, actor and musician Little Simz steps behind the camera to photograph her fellow female costars for International Women's Day – and gives her first in-depth interview since that Brit Awards triumph.
The Liverpudlian spoken-word performer, real name PJ Smith, released his debut collection Algorithm Party to critical acclaim. Now he’s taking his hilarious, observational stories about addiction and anxiety around the UK.
The photographer’s new book, While You Were Sleeping, presents unseen photos from London’s clubs between 1998 and 2000. Here, the great Geordie describes the dancefloor’s pre-millennial magic.
Non-profit SkatePal is building skateparks and providing lessons to kids in occupied Palestine, “transposing boundaries and political situations to create a sense of community and self-confidence.”
“That place was people’s family,” says Dave Schubert, who spent much of his teenage years photographing his friends and the skaters who came and went from Washington DC’s legendary plaza. We managed to get hold of him – and the negatives.
One word in FromSoftware’s new fantasy epic has relentlessly horny players in, well, a sex-pickle.
From The Matrix Resurrections to Scream and Euphoria, the fourth wall is being well and truly shattered.
Think the twee trend is all about Zooey Deschanel and Peter Pan collars? Think again. From trainspotting to Ted Lasso, tweeness has seeped into every aspect of our lives. Born twee, live twee, die twee.
Digital cover: Is Fezco the secret weapon in the award-winning HBO teen drama? Fame-phobic Angus Cloud, who plays the show’s coolly charismatic drug dealer and friend-of-Rue, would never say that. But we might.
THE FACE took to LA to get involved in all the arty happenings last week. Here’s what went down.
Mood is a new BBC drama about an aspiring songwriter and rapper who falls down an OnlyFans rabbit hole. Nicôle Lecky’s one-woman show won over critics in theatres. Now it’s poised to dominate screens, too.
Jackson Payne and Jack Layfield’s new short film tells the powerful story of artist Tan Gillies who, against all odds, beat drug addiction, domestic violence and a mental health nightmare.