Netflix's new series Glow taps into a growing movement of female empowerment in popular culture.
Transformers: The Last Knight is the latest in a string of movie based on the cartoons and toy line. The result? A never-ending orgy of metallic dest
Hear 10 new songs that caught our critics' attention this week, from Jacob Sartorius, Hercules & Love Affair, Steve Coleman and more.
En Garde Arts’ new production is an immersive work about immigration and making the best of difficult situations. Like those acoustics.
Ron Howard says he hopes to honour the great work that's already been done on the Han Solo film and help to deliver on its promise.
Rock stars Bono and The Edge from U2 will be performing a song on Parliament Hill on Canada Day, the Department of Canadian Heritage announced Friday
A range of projects in Documenta 14 show that art can potentially change history, not just reflect it. And we have serious things to think about.
The artist specialized in light sculptures, brutal music and ignoring the establishment.
Movies like Borowczyk’s “Goto, Isle of Love” and Demy’s “The Pied Piper” suggest cartoons made with physical sets and real actors.
Sofia Coppola’s remake of the 1971 Don Siegel drama illuminates differences in how men and women approach the same material.
“Okja,” Bong Joon Ho’s fable about meat eating and a six-ton genetically engineered animal, has angered theater owners around the world. Here’s why.
The confession of a Wisconsin inmate featured in the Netflix series Making a Murderer was improperly obtained and he should be retried or released fr
An Azerbaijani delegation will participate in the 9th International Congress of Turkish Peoples` Culture to be held in Ankara, Turkey.
Jacques Becker, a Renoir protégé, cast mostly nonactors as prisoners who try to dig their way to freedom in this 1960s film.
Ms. O’Donnell, currently the theater’s artistic director, said her departure was “absolutely voluntary.”
Ontario will announce reforms to ticket selling legislation on Monday, after a public consultation found widespread support for more transparent sale
Mardakan Cultural Center will host a concert dedicated to the Ramadan Holiday on June 25.
Johnny Depp has asked a crowd at the Glastonbury Festival when was the last time an actor assassinated a president.
YARAT Contemporary Art Space will host a group exhibition “Boys don't cry” at ARTIM Project Space.
The 8th Silk Way International Music Festival will take place in Sheki from June 27 to July 1, bringing together musicians from Japan, Poland, Belarus, India, Turkey, Georgia, Hungary and other countr
“It’s been a while and maybe it’s time,” the film star said, after asking, “When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?”
Christie’s cuts its London auctions, leaving Sotheby’s to go it alone with an “Imps and Mods” week.
Though its drama hinges on dynastic succession, “Beauty” becomes a work about ballet itself, as radiant physical geometry keeps marrying music.
“Bells for the South Side,” a new two-disc album, is Roscoe Mitchell’s latest project in a career that has blended modernism, jazz, rock and funk.
Jimmy Kimmel said, “They’re calling the plan ‘Bettercare,’ as in, ‘Just imagine how much better this plan would be if the people who wrote it cared.’”
Step into lofts in a Tokyo suburb that were designed by the artists Arakawa and Gins. Their philosophy was to extend life by altering one’s living space.
Izmir Restaurant & Lounge hosted the final of beauty contest Miss Top Model Azerbaijan-2017 on June 17.
Mr. Gilbert, the departing music director of the New York Philharmonic, will be the next chief conductor of a German orchestra that has a sleek new hall.
Karabakh outfits have been demonstrated in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
Alison Brie stars as a flailing actress turned professional wrestler in 1980s Los Angeles. And Earth, Wind & Fire crosses over with some country music friends.
The former location of the 2011 Occupy Vancouver tent city movement has been completely revamped.
An often irritating British-born adaptation of George Orwell’s novel suggests that all facts are alternative.
Horton Foote’s 1954 drama of repression is given an affectionate if muddy revival.
Mr. Berensohn argued for a slower, quieter and more mindful approach to pottery.