For years, Lauren Greenfield has been using film and photography to shine an unforgiving light on the super-rich, exposing toxic worlds where ‘bling, celebrity, and narcissism’ reign supreme.
A new film by Huck chronicles photographer Joe Augstell, following him as he tracks down crimes in the city using a police radio scanner.
Every year, Qatar's migrant workers get to play in a football tournament of their own. For some, it's a much-needed form of escape. For others, it's a chance to be discovered.
A new film uncovers the extraordinary career of Hollywood icon Hedy Lamarr, from escaping Nazi Germany to pioneering wireless technology.
The Kayan community – known for its controversial use of elongating neck rings – is facing an ‘ethical boycott’ in the mainstream media. But what do the locals actually think?
A new, short documentary from Amarachi Nwosu – titled Black in Tokyo – reveals what it’s really like to live as a black foreigner in a racially homogenous society.
The artist's first full-length film addresses the worldwide refugee crisis, urging the world to remember the humanity behind headlines.
From today and Friday, the legendary photo cooperative will be joining forces with Aperture for a special ‘Great Journeys’-themed print sale.
Shextreme, the first film festival highlighting the experience of women in the extreme sports community, heads to Bristol in October.
After a long and successful career as a British diplomat, Carne Ross suffered a crisis of faith. Here, he discusses the dangers of our current political order.
A new film documents the surreal week leading up to the performance of Slovenian art-rock band Laibach in Pyongyang – the first concert ever played by outsiders in North Korea.
Russell Ord started putting himself between the waves to find his own space in the world of surf photography. Now, his fearless approach to life is being captured in a documentary.