The Yellow Projects are a north London network of activists who are pushing for ‘positive change’ using films, festivals and fundraising events.
Taking place between November 16-19 this year, the Kendal Mountain Festival promises a range of films, talks and arts events catered for all outdoor enthusiasts.
Losing someone you love is painful, especially when they're the kindest, most giving person you'll ever have the good fortune to meet.
Secret Garden Party festival offered festivalgoers the opportunity to have their drugs tested to help avoid overdoses and poisonings.
A new wave of young Ghanaian artists are questioning religious traditions and finding a voice, while at the same time making art on the street. This is Ghana, 2016.
As a 19-year-old student daunted by a lack of artistic outlets, Marina Blake launched an independent festival with a difference - creating a melting pot of collaboration designed to inspire.
Raised in a small Sussex village, Rag N’ Bone Man doesn’t fit the bill of your standard MC. But Rory Graham is a true hip hop renaissance man.
Moritz Stefaner’s Project Ukko turns climate and wind data into an immersive art installation that allows viewers to explore the future of the planet.
Iraqi-Danish photographer Lina Hashim’s provocative Unlawful Meetings series explores secret sexual encounters which overstep Islam's boundaries.
Local filmmakers are stepping over the barriers and finding ways to celebrate Kosovan films.
Wilderness' sweeping carnival of arts, music, food and bacchanalia returns to the heart of a mystic English forest. With hundreds of offerings to choose from, here's what not to miss.
The first ever Citadel Festival announced its presence with a glittering lineup and good vibes in East London’s Victoria Park.