Jade Jackman’s Eye Want Change initiative endeavours to find the world’s budding Barry Jenkins'.
How will Trump's immigration policies affect sex workers in the sanctuary city?
When Kim Jong-nam was murdered two weeks ago, the world put its sympathy aside to revel in the perverse humour of the suspected assassin's T-shirt, emblazoned with the word 'LOL'.
Does the correlation between creativity and mental illness ultimately do us harm?
After New York and London fashion weeks we reflect on a changing schedule, flustered economics and the return of normcore (but did it ever go away?)
Top awards shows have a history of ignoring achievements of artists of colour. Moonlight’s Best Picture win at the Oscars highlights how important it is that they get it right...
Seven Sisters has quietly remained one of North East London's forgotten gems, a culturally diverse oasis dictated by community rather than corporate profit and with it, creatives have flocked. But how do we fend off its incoming gentrification?
From slogan tees and charity badges to refugee models and anti-Trump soundtracks, the biggest trend at New York Fashion Week was being political. Should the runway be used as a platform for protest?
With an epic co-ed collection on the first day of autumn/winter 17 shows in Milan, Alessandro Michele completed the hyper-referential transformation he started at Gucci two years ago.
Lana Del Rey’s new single Love and its accompanying music video are a significant departure from the usual stylised narcissism we idolise in the singer. But with her new direction, Lana has blessed us with an outward-looking ode to her young fandom.
Phones and recording devices are banned at the notorious Yarl's Wood Immigration Removal Centre, so filmmaker Jade Jackman had to be creative in documenting the lives of women asylum seekers detained there. Here, Jackman issues a rallying cry to artists.
The legendary artist and director knew a thing or two about the politics of truth, long before the so-called post-truth era.
Loach delivered a powerful speech about the UK government last night at the BAFTAs, after I, Daniel Blake won the award for Best British film. Here, the director explains his work’s utter necessity.
Why the sounds of 80s hardcore has never been more relevant.
Playboy bunny, reality TV star, American icon, feminist? 10 years after her death, we revisit the complex legacy of the woman who made the Kardashians possible.
This year, the month celebrating the achievements and history of black people has taken on a whole new meaning...