Michael Keaton has been praised for his comeback role in the dark comedy Birdman – playing a washed-up movie star. Tom Brook reports.
What happens when residents refuse to move out? These amazing photos show old structures still standing among the skyscrapers.
A young Turkish designer is helping put her country on the fashion map, with a little help from the Ottoman Empire.
The new film from Jake Paltrow is set in an apocalyptic drought. Tom Brook talks to its stars Elle Fanning and Michael Shannon about living without water.
It is 100 years since the birth of Dylan Thomas, who set the template for future poets and spoken word. But what made him unique? Jane Ciabattari looks back.
It was a turbulent and fascinating 100 years in music history – who made the greatest contributions? Clemency Burton-Hill makes her picks.
An amazing video shows 90 female portraits morphing into each other in chronological order, from a Russian icon to Picasso’s lover. BBC Culture takes a look.
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including the pop star who became a celibate vicar, how Beethoven harmed music and the rom-com set in Auschwitz.
A new book of photos reveals Charlie Chaplin’s first screen appearance – and the debut of his Tramp character. BBC Culture looks at the birth of an icon.
The Oscar nominee’s wrenching new film The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him/Her is generating awards chatter. Critic Owen Gleiberman gives his verdict.