From mini electric guitars and architectural Lego to pop-up Star Trek and classic fiction, some top ideas for culture-loving little fellas.
Stunning photography from the worlds of arts and culture this week – including Justin Timberlake, Star Wars memorabilia and light sculptures.
The country’s films have had difficulty finding audiences abroad – but this could change as filmmakers start thinking globally.
From Art Deco palaces to outdoor screens, see some theatres that still make moviegoing an event – and put home-viewing to shame.
Movies made for and starring older people are thriving. Nicholas Barber discovers why cinema is having a senior moment.
Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss Everdeen is a new type of female action film icon, and moviegoers should be very excited about that, writes Lisa Schwarzbaum.
The month ahead features Oscar contenders such as American Hustle, blockbusters like The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, and arthouse fare like The Past.
Sebastián Silva had a hit at Sundance with The Maid in 2009. But while the critics love his work, commercial success has sometimes proved elusive.
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including ciphers from ancient Greece and the biography that took 30 years to write.
Railroad tracks have given way to an open-air museum at the popular Manhattan park. Jason Farago explains why it is a vital exhibition space.