Cochise led the Satan's Sinners Nomads street gang on New York’s Lower East Side in the late 1980s. After being sent to prison for the attempted murder of two gang members, he turned his life around and now makes art.
He's one of Britain's most celebrated photographers, but even Martin Parr had to take a load of crap photos to get something good.
Nikolaus Geyrhalter’s remarkable documentary Pripyat meets the people who still live and work in the Chernobyl nuclear exclusion zone, surrounded by dangerous levels of radioactive contamination.
Shout Out UK present a short documentary on the effects of the 2014 Million Mask March and the role of Anonymous in mobilising young political activists.
A unique cultural event celebrating Chinese art, culture and film, with more than 40 independent films.
Today marks the 47th anniversary of Earth Day, a celebration of environmental protection and sustainability.
Director Michael Winterbottom explains The Emperor's New Clothes is a fun and empowering wake up call to fight back against growing inequality.
Photographer Roger Ballen shoots vulnerable people on South Africa’s fringes to challenge our ideas of normality and force us to look inside ourselves.
Photographer Jordan Stephens’ discovers the people at the centre of record culture around the world.
Filmmaker Nicolas Heller’s No Your City web series celebrates the city’s larger than life characters, who are being threatened by ongoing gentrification of the Big Apple.
Brett Morgen explains how unprecedented access to the Cobain family archives took him on a powerful journey in search of the real Kurt Cobain.
Director Patricio Henriquez shares the remarkable story behind his documentary Uyghurs, Prisoners of the Absurd.