As the red carpet is rolled out on the Riviera, BBC Culture lines up the movies that will light up the world’s biggest and best film festival this year.
How do you deal with problem parents and sibling strife? Literary agony aunt Hephzibah Anderson prescribes two readers with fiction to heal old wounds.
In honour of Salvador Dalí's birthday, BBC Culture asked readers to share the surrealist paintings that you could stare at for hours.
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including why there are so many bad Holocaust novels and why modern art is easier to understand than modern literature.
For Mother’s Day, we asked BBC Culture readers for the literary matriarchs to love and hate. Here are three of each, as chosen by you.
Furious 7’s digital Paul Walker body double reopens speculation about CGI characters replacing actors or ‘resurrecting’ late movie stars, reports James Rocchi.
Of all the arts, it is perhaps the most intimidating – but it needn’t be, says the satirist behind Veep and The Thick of It, Armando Iannucci.
The British star has pulled off a successful second act – in travel writing and TV. But how did he do it? Michael Palin describes his journey beyond Python.
British artist John Keane turns headlines into paintings in an attempt to find the humanity behind horrific moments.