To celebrate Black History Month, we’ve dug through our 40 years-deep back-catalogue to find interviews and profiles with the world’s greatest talents across film, music, fashion and the arts. Over the coming weeks we’ll be posting a selection of these FACE encounters with the best of the best. Creative, resilient and revolutionary: these are our Archive Heroes.
A fixation with horror runs in the Cronenberg family. Following in his father’s footsteps, the visionary director uncovers the chilling meaning behind his latest film release.
Inspired by the original football fanzines of the ’80s and ’90s, two lifelong Gooners – Ed Fenwick and Max Giles – decided to set up their own a few years back.
In a personal essay, the poet, writer and activist weighs in on the detrimental effects scrapping free travel can have for under-18 Londoners.
Director Alex Donaldson’s poignant two-minute film, The World Is Your Oyster, is released in tandem with London Challenge Poverty Week, giving young people the chance to reclaim their voice.
Political science grad and “Midwestern Marxist” @eddieligersmith uses facts to explain politics to his rapt TikTok audience.
The 16-year-old’s diss track to a Lancashire rival is an improbable mega-hit with TikTok’s American superstars. But does Madison Beer really understand “a manky Scouse brow”?
In the run up to the most important election in recent memory, we unpack questions about court packing, abortion laws and what might happen if Trump loses and refuses to leave the White House.
What do a Glaswegian artist and a former Mr Universe have in common? They're related! And they both love the art of honing a svelte physique.
Rebecca Black? Sega Bodega? The experimental pop artist walks us through their new album, jam packed with special guests.