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 brilliant creatives who make it feel like home. 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.
No, Die Hard doesn’t count.
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.
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.
The CEO of YouTube show Chicken Shop Date, Very Serious Journalist and Britain’s favourite rising comedian featured in THE FACE’s coveted back-page Q&A in our latest issue. Get stuck in.
Leatherings on the hard shoulder. Brawls on petrol station forecourts. From where Clive Martin is sitting, Britain is
entering an age of great aggravation – recorded on cameraphones and uploaded for a new kind of gladiatorial thrill. Should we be scared?
You've made a list and you've checked it twice, but in case you've got a couple more bits to snap up for your loved ones this Crimbo, we've put together a handy gift guide. Music heads, fashion aficionados, art nerds, bookworms, beauty lovers and more – rejoice!
Today, a jury panel including Andy Serkis and THE FACE’s editor Matthew Whitehouse got together to whittle down a shortlist of Britain’s most exciting acting talent – and you can vote for your favourite.
From a niche hobby to making its debut at the 2020 Olympics, pulling plastic has become a millennials' obsession. Here we meet four climbers who have their eyes on the prize (the top!)
The latest TV drama from Russell T. Davies is an Eighties-set exploration of queer boys on the cusp of the rest of their lives – and of the AIDS crisis. It’s bold, vibrant and groundbreaking. We go on set, meet the creator and his cast, and ask: why did it take so long?
Welcome back, Rue and the gang.
Dr Brain director Kim Jee-woon on Squid Game, Hellbound, Parasite and the South Korean screen revolution.
He was the hottest skatewear designer in Lagos. Now he’s the hottest artist in London, with a following of thousands who will literally fight each other to own one of his paintings. But is Olaolu Slawn just taking the piss? (A little bit, but we’re into it.)