The actor gains a layer of sleaziness in new movie Nightcrawler, exposing the dark underbelly of Los Angeles. Tom Brook talks to him about crossing the line.
Nikki Bedi meets a group of Turkish artists who draw upon music, painting, engineering, software and sculpture to define their own genre.
The Monty Python legend and director of Brazil gives us a glimpse inside his mind – and the films that shaped his vision as a director.
The filmmakers of the Berlin School deny that the most interesting stories come from a troubled history – and have forged a new kind of German cinema.
For centuries black people appeared in art as slaves or exotic novelties – and now the painter Kerry James Marshall wants to challenge these racist ideas.
Graphic artist Mac Conner set housewives’ pulses racing during the 1950s, illustrating ads as well as steamy short stories. A new exhibition explores his work.
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including Alan Moore’s massive new work, the secret of Schubert’s songs and the story of Wikipedia.
For decades after World War II, German filmmakers avoided the subject. But that has now changed, and one new film addresses the period with great sensitivity.
Michael Keaton has been praised for his comeback role in the dark comedy Birdman – playing a washed-up movie star. Tom Brook reports.
Susie Lau has travelled the world with her style blog. An arbiter of taste and champion of new talent, she picks her favourite new designers from the country.