The author discusses the all-consuming nature of heartbreak, and turning the experience into an incisive exploration of love and loss.
The director discusses new film Casablanca Beats, which centres on a real-life arts centre where young Moroccans use music as a tool for self-expression.
The Chicago MC blends provocative, pitch-black humour with a relentless work ethic, driven by a desire to find light in dark situations.
The french filmmaker is only the second woman in history to win the Palme d’Or. The film that secured the prize is further evidence of her status as a unique voice within modern cinema.
To mark his appearance at Element x Hotel Radio Paris, the London MC explains why he’s never been one to follow the crowd.
The 20-year-old musician and NiNE8 collective affiliate talks history, heritage and how her family have influenced her output.
We catch up with the Leicester quintet to talk inspiration, innovation and their involvement in New Era’s The Music Generations project.
With his latest feature, the French-Ivorian filmmaker has crafted an empathetic blend of myth and reality, set inside a prison run by its inmates.
Director Shalini Kantayya discusses her new film shedding light on the urgent threats machine learning poses to individual freedoms and democracy, and what society must do to combat these sinister technologies.
The Trinidadian artist has long used his instrument as a tool to fight oppression. His new album is the latest instalment in a life defined by resistance.
BC,NR aren’t just anxious young people making music for other anxious young people: they’re a raw reflection of the society that surrounds them.
The British writer-director’s unforgettable debut is finally in UK cinemas. To mark its release, she explains how she made an empathetic genre movie.