After writing for The Weeknd and Camila Cabello, the poet-turned-musician is standing tall for the Toronto projects that raised him.
Presenting the four young newcomers at the heart of this powerful British teen drama: lead actor Bukky Bakray and her castmates Kosar Ali, Ruby Stokes and D'angelou Osei Kissiedu.
With a solo exhibition now showing at JD Malat Gallery, Cumberland’s work is at times an uneasy glimpse into the fucked up world we live in – Trump and all.
Introducing the cast of Luca Guadagnino’s We Are Who We Are
With contributors including Tracey Emin, Harley Weir and Pussy Riot, A Woman’s Right to Pleasure is a raunchy coffee table book showcasing sexuality through an artistic female lens.
Are you a young, unpublished author with a story to tell? Chart-topping UK rapper Stormzy wants to hear it, and so do we. THE FACE is the competition’s official media partner for 2020.
As a response to the lack of dyke-friendly club nights in London, organisers Melody and Elliott threw one hell of a bash catering to the city’s dyke scene. Socially distanced, of course.
With a wicked sense of humour, the Aberdeen-born artist creates darkly ironic collages intended to hold a magnifying glass up to the art world. Here, he gets frank.
Twenty-somethings across the world are sourcing homeware IRL to then sell through their DMs. Hit follow on our accounts from across the Atlantic.
Featuring the people of Scampia, Naples, over two years, Anime Salve is a celebration of gender non-conformity when the odds are stacked against you.
Candy corn (and Candyman) season is upon us, and it looks chock-a-block with intriguing films and thrilling TV series.
Liverpool’s Open Eye Gallery has opened The Time We Call Our Own – an exhibition dedicated to the time, place and people that make nightlife what it is. Don’t worry, we’ll be back after the pandemic.
With Germany on the quarantine-free travel list. We asked photographer and Berghain doorman Sven Marquardt to curate a coronavirus-friendly itinerary for your next trip to Berlin.
Sam Morris’s erection was the first ever to be broadcast on the box when it was shown on Channel 4’s taboo-breaking Me and My Penis documentary. Get to know him and his willy.
The artist’s work is a very British nudge and a wink, but he’s still a man on a mission to find higher meaning…
Artist, organiser and one of the first female DJs to play at Carnival, Linett Kamala talks us through 30 years of the institution that’s hosted Gaika, Mark Ronson, Neneh Cherry and Benji B’s Deviation crew.
In the absence of a real summer this year, the Bradford-born fine artist has teamed up with Wavey Garms’ Andrés Branco to create a series of pieces inspired by the golden days of London subcultures.
The French-Canadian filmmaker discusses his reflective new drama, Matthias and Maxime, and explains why he still feels ashamed of putting gay sex on screen.
The Oscar-nominated film that’s the new La Haine – but also, explains its director, so much more.
The Central Saint Martins sculpture student creates work through a make-believe lens, offering an escape from his mental health while creating expressive characters of everyday people.
Joining forces with fashion powerhouse Browns, the Lagos festival has a jam-packed schedule of online events celebrating Africa and its creativity, alongside an e-zine that’s exploring the influence and exchange that Afro culture has on pop culture.