November 10, 2020

A visual journey beyond the mind’s limitations

Gifted artist and political activist Shahina Jaffer shares her thoughts on art, cultural influences and icon Mahatma Ghandi with The-Latest, writes Deputy Editor Deborah Hobson. This is...

Ken Loach's new hard-hitting film about the UK's punitive welfare system

Moschino pill-themed fashion collection slated for 'glamorising addiction'

Luxury Italian designer label Moschino has come under fire for its SS17 capsule collection, which debuted during Milan Fashion Week.The see now, buy now capsule collection, called “Just say MoschiNO” featured an arsenal of pill-themed items, f ...

'London's Night Tube won't save dying club scene'

Newly elected Mayor Sadiq Khan seems like a pretty decent chap, with some pretty decent ideas. However, we’re not altogether sure if his hopes of saving the capital’s dying nightlife via the Night Tube scheme – which launched this week ( ...
10 Non-White Performances & Films the 2016 Oscars Overlooked

Ignored by the 2016 Academy Awards

Talk of boycotts and protests for the 2016 Academy Awards are building after another year of predominantly white nominations. Mashable News have chosen a few non-white films and performances that they think should have been selected. 
007 Spectre Official Trailer #2 (2015) Daniel Craig James Bond Movie HD

Daniel Craig returns as James Bond in Spectre

The Police vs Grime Music - A Noisey Film

London's grime music scene and its relationship with the police

Performers of grime music in London examine the role of the police and the law in prohibiting their events at venues across the capital.

Public given chance to shine at world’s first picture gallery

African American anti-slavery leader Frederick Douglass is the subject of a picture specially picked by judges to go on public display today at a prestigious British art gallery.It was painstakingly created in charcoal by Deborah Hobson, deputy editor of ...

Australians bare all in the name of art

American artist and photographer Spencer Tunick's latest art-photo installation in Australia drew more than double the expected turnout, with approximately 5,200 volunteers gamely doffing their clothes to pose nude in front of the Sydney Opera House this w ...

Meliha Hayat's Photo Gallery

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