Through stills, anecdotes and film criticism, a new book examines the portrayal of women’s destructive emotions, reframing it as a challenge to patriarchal structures.
Photographer Jeffrey Silverthorne always treated his subjects – often those living on the margins of society – with empathy and respect.
How the sounds of nature, air force bases, walking across the country, Windrush and synthesisers have influenced one woman’s journey through music and life.
The photographer describes taking inspiration from Magnum photographers to craft an intimate and revealing portrait of the city.
Ireland’s national sports are modernising. At the forefront of this movement is Na Gaeil Aeracha, the country’s first ever queer GAA club.
Alternating between colour and black-and-white, the photographer chronicled sexual liberation, economic crises and the repercussions of the war in Vietnam.