The ‘hermit’ musician, who has long been loved among industry insiders, has produced and released over 400 albums from inside his bedroom.
Siv Wennberg was applauded for her spectacular vocals – but she was rejected after her outspoken nature clashed with the ‘highbrow’ ideals of the industry.
For the director’s retrospective at MiF, Chrysta Bell – artist & long-time Lynch collaborator – will act as a ‘portal’ to his creative expression. She explains what that means.
With their fast-paced beats, soulful tones and straight-talking lyrics, Big Joanie are shaking up the UK’s contemporary punk scene.
After investigating rumours of surveillance in her Arab-American neighbourhood, journalist Assia Boundaoui uncovered one of history’s largest FBI terrorism probes.
With his open-source website Bellingcat, Eliot Higgins has uncovered the story behind the Skripal poisonings, flight MH17, and the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville.
For the latest instalment of our series on how to save the world, Lord Mayor of Sheffield Magid Magid explains how we can really fix politics.
With Manchester gearing up for HOME’s year-long season on Women in Global Cinema, head of film Rachel Hayward shares her favourite filmmakers on the lineup.
In his stark black and white images, photographer Martin Jenkinson captures the spirit, desperation and empowerment of protest.
In 2009, Kholoud Al-Faqih became the first female judge to be appointed to the Shari’a courts in Palestine’s West Bank. A new documentary shares her story.
Palestine Underground is a new, Boiler Room-produced film that examines the state’s flourishing nightlife culture.