‘If you were in the wild, you’d be eaten!’ is a line spat at pre-teen Mylia by her younger sister, Camille, referring to Mylia’s meek and unopinionated existence. Geneviève Dulude-De Celles’ latest piece A Colony is a thoughtful and perceptive look into teenage anxiety and how, in high school, invisibility and diffidence can be a […]

Peter Farrelly has been known best for making ridiculous comedies, such as Dumb and Dumber – and its sequel – and There’s Something About Mary. Howbeit, with his latest work Green Book, the filmmaker skillfully showed a completely different narrative. Inspired by real events and set against the background of the 1960’s USA, Green Book tells the […]

Netflix’s latest release Velvet Buzzsaw is a half-hearted and muddled swing at the art world, proposing to critique the tricky relationship of art and money with the likes of satire and horror. Instead, we find a vague, sparse, and mild-mannered take on contemporary art, either too polite to pack a full punch or too farcical […]

Born in Portugal, Vasco Ramos a.k.a XANDE began his career as a frontman and songwriter for More Than a Thousand, a metal-core band. After 15 years of success in Europe and the USA, the group disbanded and XANDE embarked on a solo career. He released his first single We’re Bad News in February 2018 to positive reviews. […]

Steven Yeun greets me with a big smile and a warm handshake as we meet at the Mayfair hotel in London on a cold October morning. We sit down and chat about what it means to be a Korean-American, his latest production Burning, and working with Lee Chang-dong. Born in Seoul, South Korea and raised […]

Does anyone remember the time when New Kids on the Block, Backstreet Boys, and N’Sync reigned the music charts and captured the hearts of millions of fans? Many of us do… however, years – decades – have passed, music has changed and a new wave of pop has been launched into the world and now […]

Kicking off with an orchestra of cicadas, chirping birds, and the sound of rocks crunching under worn-out trainers, Fauve sets itself up as an ode to the rural and nostalgic. Two troublemaker preteen boys Benjamin (Alexandre Perreault) and Tyler (Félix Grenier), are roaming around an abandoned railway track; locking each other in deserted train carriages, […]