From Nymphomaniac and Noah to a Cambodian clay animation, next month’s movies are an eclectic lot. BBC Culture picks the best.
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including an attack on The Act of Killing, a biography of Bob Fosse and the touching story of a New York writer’s life.
From mountain outcrops to trompe-l'oeil murals, a new book explores the ways artists have created puzzling images.
Scroll through our infographic to find out where 50 years of data predict the big prize will go.
Strong, sexy women and puppy-and-kitten whimsy: influential fashion blogger Susie Lau, otherwise known as Susie Bubble, reports from Milan Fashion Week.
The competition is wide open, with five outstanding pictures and new rules in the category. Tom Brook takes a look at the films in the running.
Cellist Maya Beiser wants to create music that moves you – and makes you move. Clemency Burton-Hill takes a glimpse inside her concert hall revolution.
Sugar-coated propaganda films are popular in North Korea – but they gloss over reality. Could things be changing? Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore reports.
Pictures of deposed Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych’s house have caused shock. But how does it rank on the scale of autocratic taste?
Blondie’s frontwoman has inspired generations with her singular style. Wardrobe Decoder’s Katya Foreman takes a closer look.