The film festival in New York opened last night. Tom Brook reports on the films showing over the next 12 days, including a zombie movie starring Schwarzenegger.
In True Story, James Franco plays a murderer who befriends and beguiles a journalist. But it doesn’t delve deep enough, writes Owen Gleiberman.
The new trailer for The Force Awakens reintroduces fans to a scruffy smuggler and teases key details of what to expect in the movie, writes Christian Blauvelt.
The portable Olivetti Valentine typewriter fused functionality with 1960s pop art style. Jonathan Glancey explains why it’s a design classic.
Several acts will go on huge arena-filling tours this year – without many of their key members. Why doesn’t the public care? Greg Kot takes a look.
Alex Garland’s directorial debut features a sexy robot and deals with artificial intelligence. But is it a challenging psychological drama or a silly fantasy?
She is the most powerful pop star in the music business – and her following among young people is almost cult-like, writes university student Henry Knight.
In honour of Leonardo da Vinci’s birthday, BBC Culture asked you to share your favourite works by the great master.
Music for the concert hall has a genteel reputation – but strife and scandals abound. Clemency Burton-Hill selects some of the fiercest rows.
As the fifth season of the popular fantasy series begins, Keith Ullich explains why the programme is as entertaining as ever.