A Certain Sense of Lawlessness
The visual power of Guy Myhill’s debut fiction feature, The Goob, tears through the landscape of Norfolk, revolving around a desolate diner and the savage territory of stock-car racing.
Redefining Market Forces
Kostas Murkudis challenges the way fashion is perceived, created and curated, through a celebration of freethinking this Summer.
Rural Realities Meet a TV Fairytale
Following the success of Corpo Celeste, The Wonders is the second collaboration between producer Carlo Cresto-Dina and director Alice Rohrwacher.
Shipping containers have defined global trade since the 1950s. Now, they are being re-purposed with a growing trend in today’s architecture.
Solveig Melkeraaen’s fall from grace is unforgiving, but in response to it she made a unique film, Good Girl, about depression with universal resonance.
Cig Harvey transforms the familiar themes of home, family and nature, uncovering cinematic moments in the ordinary movement of life.
Experimenting with Sound
Wolf Alice – the London-based foursome fronted by Ellie Rowsell – is proving that British indie guitar music is in rude health.
The 7 Fingers return with their acclaimed piece, Traces, which explores what it means to have a shared human experience.
Carlo Cafferini’s striking and large-format images uncover a specific intersection between a building and its various human inhabitants.
In a desire to reconnect with nature, Ellie Davies makes collages of photographs that depict rich forestry and the night sky.
At the start of the 1940s, during World War II, Brazil was the destination of choice for thousands of immigrants. During this time, the country went through a process of modernisation that touched every part of society.
Sisters Sally Ann & Emily May Gunawan have nurtured a love of photography since their youth, which was inspired by the distinctive nature of fashion editorials.
The Lungs of the World
The multifaceted histories of photography, art and politics are juxtaposed in an exhibition of the sprawling city and the shrinking rainforest.
American photographer Lori Nix shoots fading libraries, abandoned hair salons, neglected classrooms, empty bars and silent shops.
A new presentation of the contemporary collections of the Centre Pompidou, Paris, provides a comprehensive overview of art since the 1980s.
Being Part of the Underground
Punk husband/wife duo The Lovely Eggs are currently on tour with their album, This Is Our Nowhere – a self-released statement of intent.