Dan Gilroy’s Velvet Buzzsaw may be a horror film with all the tropes, but it has something powerful to say about the meaning of art
As was with Monday mornings, Edgware Road underground station was teeming with goers to and goers fro. Women ran in high heels.
With her genre-blurring fourth album, Solange proves yet again she is more than just Beyoncé’s edgier little sister
To see him standing in that space, The walls I built, the rocks I lifted, To talk to someone, face to face, The words of raging calm that drifted, Seawards on a rolling breeze, You begged of me, you begged me please…
Feminism has become a dirty word, but are the negative connotations fair?
Zero-hour contracts, unsafe conditions and unsociable hours: who suffers when we benefit from cheap deliveries?
With her debut poetry collection, Sophie Collins explores women’s self-expression in writing
There are many reasons why a People’s Vote should be seriously considered
In a rare but stunted examination of the French publishing industry, Non-Fiction is saved by an excellent performance from Juliette Binoche
With his adaptation James Baldwin’s 1974 novel, If Beale Street Could Talk, Barry Jenkins has achieved something truly special