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To celebrate the release of Summer of 85, we explore Ozon’s various heightened depictions of days gone by.
The South Korean maestro’s first two films find human comedy in the darkest of places.
Surviving the perils of solo creativity is tough. In the latest instalment of our series supporting artists through lockdown, Malin Lindholm reveals how she’s continued to feed her wanderlust and her reactive process during the pandemic.
Our sister magazine Huck have teamed up with Squarespace for a special edition of Skill-Up. In this episode, Sophie Mo presents a body art how-to.
A weird and wonderful journey through the varied dining experiences offered by cinema.
To celebrate the release of Make Up, here are five magnificent first films by some seriously talented women.
Adobe Stock is home to thousands of high-quality, non-watermarked tracks, perfect for your next project.
Surviving the perils of solo creativity is tough. In the latest instalment of our series supporting artists through lockdown, Jo Thompson explains why she’s ditching synthetics for natural products.
Launching exclusively on PlayStation 4, Ghost of Tsushima is inspired by the world of samurai warriors.
Surviving the perils of solo creativity is tough. In the latest instalment of our series supporting artists through lockdown, Bobbie Cousins evokes a world that’s seldom seen.
Surviving the perils of flying creatively solo is tough. In the fourth instalment of a new series supporting artists through the new normal, Laurène Boglio observes the world’s subtle shifts.
In a brand new series, produced in partnership with Squarespace, Little White Lies and Huck spotlight artists and makers as they adapt to life under lockdown and an uncertain future.
In the second part of a new series supporting artists through these testing times, we commissioned Sophie Mo to make a special series of illustrations. She shares with us how she continues to carve out a creative identity.
Keith Behrman, the writer/director of Giant Little Ones, discusses the intricacies of this time-honoured genre.
Rising director Koby Adom describes how attending LFS proved to be a turning point in his life.
Set in the picturesque mountains of Utah, Sundance is a film lover’s paradise with a difference.