It’s the latest in a long line of works from one of America’s greatest living writers. But although there is much to admire, Lucy Scholes is left wanting more.
A strand of the Tribeca Film Festival looks at interactive storytelling, including a project bringing together an Israeli and a Palestinian. Tom Brook reports.
A documentary showing the Red Mosque in Pakistan is one of the hits of this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. Tom Brook talks to Owen Gleiberman and Aisha Harris.
The film festival in New York opened last night. Tom Brook reports on the films showing over the next 12 days, including a zombie movie starring Schwarzenegger.
The new trailer for The Force Awakens reintroduces fans to a scruffy smuggler and teases key details of what to expect in the movie, writes Christian Blauvelt.
A new book examines spiritual architecture around the world. BBC Culture picks awe-inspiring buildings, including a cuboid mosque and a cardboard cathedral.
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including why blue is the colour most often used in 20th Century art and the most plagiarised poem of modern times.
In True Story, James Franco plays a murderer who befriends and beguiles a journalist. But it doesn’t delve deep enough, writes Owen Gleiberman.
She is the most powerful pop star in the music business – and her following among young people is almost cult-like, writes university student Henry Knight.