Which works of fiction since 2000 will stand the test of time? BBC Culture polled several dozen critics to select the greatest.
A new dance production at the Sydney Festival is breaking taboos and challenging perceptions. Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore takes a look.
What motivates the Chapman brothers? Take a look behind the scenes as the notorious provocateurs prepare for a new show.
Jessica Chastain has a taste for blood in JC Chandor’s A Most Violent Year. Tom Brook reports on a new take on the crime saga.
The votes were tallied and today the nominations have been released. But voters of the Academy Awards have made some major oversights in the past.
Performances from the Met and Royal Opera House are now being streamed in cinemas worldwide. Is it populist or a sell-out? Clemency-Burton Hill reports.
Born in the ‘80s, the Hermès Birkin bag has since risen to become the quintessential fashion accessory. Katya Foreman tracks its history.
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including the hardest songs to sing, whether you can be Jewish and like Wagner and Damien Hirst’s epic bar tab.
Legendary paparazzo Ron Galella was assaulted by film stars and sued by Jackie Onassis. Two new books reveal the stories behind his candid snaps.
Back to the Future Part II was set in 2015 – but how accurate was its vision? Nicholas Barber takes a look at how filmmakers tackle tomorrow’s world.