Those familiar with Cannes selection of dramas will know it tends to skew toward simple narratives told in a realistic tone with great emotional depth.
The debut feature from director Nicolas Pesce is a stylized low-key horror feast that manages to suggest volumes by showing very little on screen.
Valentine’s Day is tomorrow, and we’ve compiled the perfect gift guide for those of you who have left your shopping until the last minute.
John Waters’ celebrated back catalogue of camp, cult classics hold an often referenced and revered place in many a film buff’s personal pop culture lexicon, yet only die-hard fans may’ve heard of Multiple Maniacs.
Alma Har’el became something of a festival darling with her debut feature, Bombay Beach, in 2011.
With a portmanteau title that’s a composite of ‘pregnancy’ and ‘revenge’, Prevenge’s horror comedy wheelhouse lands somewhere between American Psycho and Rosemary’s Baby.
London Fashion Week is just a few days away, and while womenswear will rule the runways – men will have their chance to shine in the streets.
The brand HEILL was established by its namesake, Mr.
Londoners gathered at Neville Salon on the 3rd of December to support “Neville for Nepal,” a dedicated charity event.
The London Restaurant Festival has been in full swing for over a week, and the heady scent of a thousand different cuisines mingling in the city air has us all ravenously hungry.
The Intern begins where, if films are to be believed, all Americans spend the vast majority of their time: the park.
Before Julien Macdonald’s menswear triumph at LFW on Saturday (see it here) there was a more sombre start to the day back in the Brewer Street show space at Jasper Conran.
Candid Magazine caught up with Garrett Millerick at Edinburgh Fringe, to see his latest show A Selection of Things I’ve Said to Taxi Drivers.
Tate Britain’s Fighting History Exhibition aims to examine the course of British History Painting, especially when examining issues surrounding war.
Rather like our European cousins, visiting some Italian restaurants can be a loud and brash experience.
Burberry celebrated the sun this afternoon by opening its show space up to the elements, the sides removed from its usual glass tent in Kensington Gardens.
Taken to the very depths of the Waterloo tunnels, the crowd at the SS16 Alexander McQueen show were treated to Sarah Burton’s many miracles of the deep.
Lou Dalton updated her man’s essential wardrobe for SS16, lightweight and light-coloured with a nostalgia for heritage pieces.
Packed to the Victoria House rafters – or whatever the basement equivalent of rafters is – guests sweltered as Kit Neale provided more of the chaotic brights that he is best known for.