London Film Festival: As the Best Show on TV ™ returns, Logan Roy’s cockiest offspring spills the beans* on what to expect from series three. *He doesn’t really. But he says other cool stuff.
Screen Time: From Succession to You, we've rounded up the best new stuff to watch.
Playwright and LGBT+ activist Larry Kramer’s 1980s play has been rebooted for the modern stage. Its ambiguity remains, as does its existential point: time wasted is death. Here, THE FACE meets director Dominic Cooke and various cast members.
“He had a lust for life”: Anthony Bourdain superfans on his legacy
The ICA’s brand-new, multi-sensory exhibition, Damien Hirst’s NFTs, food at Rita’s and loads more. THE FACE has got you covered.
It was the viral story that had Noughties kids glued to MSN messenger. Now, its cultural significance is being celebrated with a print edition.
London Film Festival: the director of the Sundance-winning Danish film on his 25-year connection with his friend and leading man.
The emerging Baltimore-based art duo use tech and loaded questions in their work. Now, they’re taking over The London EDITION’s nightclub basement with Culture’s Panic Room.
London Film Festival: Directors Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman explain their stunning visual and sonic exploration of economic inequality and digital imbalances. Enjoy this trip...
London Film Festival: The French star of 2021’s most jaw-dropping, see-it-to-believe-it film tells us how she got into the mind of psychopath for a role that sees her twerk, shag and kill.
London Film Festival: the Londoner is starring in the other must-watch TV drama of the season (the other being Succession) (you knew that).
Screen Time: Hibernation season has arrived. Cancel your plans and get cosy with these watches instead.
We got one of the UK’s most celebrated (and coolest) contemporary artists on the phone to chat about all sorts in our latest issue of THE FACE. Note: stay ’til the end for a pub-worthy joke.
The serial collector took to the Catacombs of Paris to document youth culture and contemporary artefacts. Spoooooky!
Drumroll, curtains, trumpets, lion’s roar, bang on the gong and, best of all, the rustle of popcorn: today marks the opening of the 65th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express.
To celebrate the club's 10th anniversary, founder Arnaud Frisch is opening up shop in one of Paris’ most eulogised neighbourhoods. On the menu? 360 cinema experiences, great food and plenty of fun to be had.
LFF: The Wes Anderson-approved French-Algerian follows fellow César winners Charlotte Gainsbourg, Vanessa Paradis and Audrey Tautou – and now she’s disarming Timothée Chalamet.
Finished Netflix’s South Korean megahit, or has it finished you? Either way, here are the best East Asian dramas to watch next.
Desa Potato Head was set up as a creative community slash holiday getaway, hosting everyone from Stüssy to No Vacancy Inn. Now, it prides itself on helping the local community, too.
Conceptual artist Amalia Ulman’s debut feature film is a sordid, humorous delve into Europe’s economic crisis, class relations and the bond between mother and daughter. With a fur coat thrown in for good measure.
As the 25th film, No Time to Die, is released in cinemas, we attempt to uncover the queer appeal of “warm-blooded heterosexual” James Bond. An LGBTQ+ 007? Never say never (again).
In Home History, the Nigerian poet, filmmaker and former Young People's Laureate for London dissects the impact of British colonialism on his home country, in a book which brings together some of the diaspora's brightest voices.
The multi-hyphen-ate performed for the first time in four years to mark the launch of his MSFTSrep AW21 collection at Selfridges.
If you just loved football and TikTok, you’d be Cal the Dragon. But you’re not. He is. The clear-headed Notts lad is happiest when he’s saving shots in his gran’s garden and has plenty to say about online life.