In Episode Two of Face-to-Face, the writers discuss punk, grime and shocking the literary establishment.
London Film Festival: director Nikyatu Jusu on her Sundance-winning horror and the secret to making a proper scary film.
Callsheet: The Los Angeles-born actress talks making on-screen magic in Hocus Pocus 2, her on-set essentials, and juggling films with life as a normal college student.
Anna Cafolla selects page-turners to spook and satiate the senses, from Jonathan Nunn’s London food odyssey to Philippa’s Snow’s analysis of self-injury as entertainment, with a healthy dose of sexy salaciousness thrown in via Annie Ernaux.
London Film Festival: techno gets the definitive documentary it deserves, in a brilliant portrait of the genre’s Black pioneers.
The fashion tide appears to have turned against Kanye West. Yet his opinions have always been clear for anyone unwilling to turn a blind eye.
Ahead of this week’s opening of the LFF, and THE FACE’s rolling coverage, here are the galas and special presentations we’re most looking forward to.
The second year of a partnership with MQBMBQ sees Lilah Benetti, Terrell Villiers and Iman Person create work in the rather nice sounding Tuscan countryside.
Kid Cudi’s new Netflix special Entergalactic has got it all: a cast including Timothée Chalamet and Ty Dolla $ign, a wardrobe designed by the late Virgil Abloh and eye-candy animation. We chat to director Fletcher Moules, the mind behind its surreal world building.
The New York writer’s exhilarating second novel, I Fear My Pain Interests You, features a distant and unfeeling protagonist. Someone who’s far from the charming, approachable former Vogue journalist who arrives armed with a list of questions for, um, THE FACE. Hmm, just who’s interviewing who, Stephanie?
Callsheet: The London actor spills the beans on her new show Inside Man and not-so embarrassing audition moments.
London-based photographer Jackson Bowley is back with the second issue of his magazine, and it’s bigger, badder and madder than the last.
Amy, Diana, Marilyn: dead famous women’s bodies are increasingly being raked over, mythologised and made tragic. When will it end?
Simon Beckerman, founder of Gen Z’s favourite clothing platform, is entering the culinary world with an app that lets independent chefs and businesses sell food on their own terms.
Violence, racism and verbal abuse are on the rise in Britain’s football grounds. Many blame cocaine. But a number of illegal drugs have been popular among fans at one time or another, with each having an impact on the atmosphere around the sport and the country. Sam Davies takes a deep dive into footy’s druggy underbelly.
Ahead of the show’s explosive second season release, we caught up with the actor about playing Danny Van Deventer, and, er, sauna blankets.
For its fifth issue, the fanzine’s founders Milo Astaire and Finn Constantine trace the rise of the celebrated artist.
Racists are exposing the absolute absurdity of their own prejudice, one poorly constructed argument at a time.
Need to recharge your social battery after answering too many awkward ice-breakers at pre-drinks? Watch these films.
The Sopranos actor waxes lyrical about Buddhism, series two of The White Lotus, and the late, great Paulie Walnuts.
Following Quinta Brunson’s historic Emmy win for her acclaimed sitcom Abbott Elementary this week, it seems we’re in the throes of a revolution where Black women are finally getting to play funny, fully-realised roles. And yes, it will be televised.
Events like Hackney Carnival, Overflo and Boiler Room London have been called off following the Queen’s death, at the expense of organisers and already-struggling businesses.
The reign of celebs like Alexa Chung and Cara Delevingne is officially over – but the It Girl is still about. You just have to look a little harder for her.