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When the UK was thrust into lockdown, and many set about stress-making banana bread, a trio of creatives started an Instagram zine that encapsulates the quirks of life under lockdown in the capital.
Since 2006, nearly 60 per cent of London’s LGBTQ+ venues have closed down. As Alim Kheraj writes, it’s a situation London’s queer community has faced – and overcome – before.
Last week was a major victory for #SaveNour campaigners fighting to protect the local institution. The entirely digital campaign was crucial to the cause. With Nour safe, the community is ready to tackle the wider gentrification of the area.
As the applause fades on a great – and thankfully IRL – edition of the LFF, capped by rapturous reviews for Denzel Washington’s The Tragedy of Macbeth, we present our highlights of the 12-day cinematic feast.
Premiering on The Face, this Bafta-nominated short, directed by filmmaker Hector Dockrill, explores the visceral effects knife crime has on the individuals and communities it strikes.
Thanks to homemade Gujarati food and a cult Instagram following, this is one of Stoke Newington's most-loved family businesses.
Photographer Benjamin Hampson and stylist PC Williams team up to create Heroes, a series that shines a light on the ways in which communities can uplift one another. They’re all about beauty, individuality and the power that unity brings.
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.