The UK’s biggest LGBT film festival – now named “Flare” – will kick off in March.
Eight artists will be showing off their instant photography at London’s Hoxton Gallery from tomorrow.
We slip between the sheets with Jean-Francois Carly to pillow talk about his new exhibition of people in their own beds and their birthday suits.
Trying to sum up Molly Parkin’s life is like trying to describe colour to someone who cannot see; from painter to style icon and now member of Selfridge's Bright Old Things.
We talk to the curator of Staying Power about the representation and documentation of the black British experience.
Sam Taylor-Johnson on female directors, behind the scenes squabbles, and why you have to see 50 Shades of Grey before you can judge it.
Seeking to honestly portray sex and relationships in the digital age, Matt Lambert’s lens breaks down barriers to tell the story of love today.
Star of the sultry and scandalous Channel 4 drama Indian Summers, we meet the Brit actor who always has a witty one-liner up his sleeve…
We speak to Jamie Dornan about researching BDSM, filming sex scenes and going on Graham Norton.
Hollwood’s young actor of the moment is a terrible date in a new film that's Fifty Shades' comedic rival for Valentine's Day viewers.
An old disco movie gets a new cut and Mad Men’s Sally goes cray cray.
The Stonewall riots get a disaster movie director and James Franco goes gay (again).
Walter Van Beirendonck walks like an Egyptian at the Antwerp Opera, creating beautiful costumes for a new production of Philip Glass' Akhnaten.
We talk to the Dutch photographer about going back to basics to search for a simpler form of photography at her ICA show.
Creating a new world of feminist pornography.
The Barbican's new exhibition takes on the relationship between collecting and creating.