Terry (old, but not actually old) and Terry (young) really stole the show in Michaela Coel’s I May Destroy You. We got them together to talk school, stereotyping and those mini Just Do It rucksacks.
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Given the quality and cultural significance of Coel’s previous work, we should be in for a treat.
Sexual assault, sexual pleasure, consent, defiance, survival: the Londoner packs a powerful punch with her provocative new TV series I May Destroy You.
Having gone public about her experience of domestic abuse, FKA twigs has returned with creative confidence. Here, the artist and activist speaks to her friend and I May Destroy You creator, Michaela Coel, about a new batch of music inspired by a wave of freedom.
The East Londoner killed it in drama school pal Michaela Coel’s devastating I May Destroy You. Now, he’s in the thick of the apocalyptic action in Alex Garland’s Men and Sky’s The Lazarus Project. But don’t worry – he’s still got time for Glasto…
Following Quinta Brunson’s historic Emmy win for her acclaimed sitcom Abbott Elementary this week, it seems we’re in the throes of a revolution where Black women are finally getting to play funny, fully-realised roles. And yes, it will be televised.
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.
Daniels’ emotional sci-fi epic is already one of A24's most critically acclaimed flicks. Fancy some more bonkers, mindbending, multiverse-themed cinema? Here’s what to watch next.
The Toronto-based artist delivers an hour of pounding party music ahead of Flesh festival.
Following the release of their hyped concrete-dipped Nike trainers, the Atlanta duo spill their fashion fill.
Call Sheet: From primary school standing ovations to the Bafta red carpet, this star of the next great British romcom looks back on her journey.
A station born out of a global crisis, No Signal began its life as a live stream of a night cancelled due to the lockdown. Now, a raft of young DJs and presenters brought together by JoJo Sonubi are serving a diversity of sounds while raising funds to facilitate a proper studio to call home.