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Bringing arts and culture into your home
The South African author wins the prize for his novel The Promise
Jacob Stolworthy reveals how the humble dinner table serves up delicious movie moments
Exploring how the Booker Prize revolutionised the world of literary fiction and became a central part of cultural life
Film inspired by the artwork of Donny Johnson, a man who has been imprisoned in the US for all of his adult life
Meet the artists, authors, graffiti writers, musicians and thinkers who are most creative at night
Guests including Tracey Emin and Sir Paul McCartney reveal what has fired their imagination and sparked their creativity
Here's a selection of the brilliant creations you shared and submitted during our live art class
From Seven Samurai to Ran, Jasper Sharp explores the revolutionary filmmaking of Japanese director Akira Kurosawa
Bisexuality is often hinted at or implied in cinema, but when mentioned by name, it’s not always exactly flattering
Artist and activist Georgia Tucker uses virtual reality to show viewers worlds that are both alien and familiar
The Sonosynthesiser explores how forgotten sound recordings can be embedded in physical space
Seven experimental compositions born out of Andrew Hugill's aurally diverse and synaesthetic sense of hearing
Animation and vocal soundscape explore the everyday ableism faced by disabled people.
Two neurodivergent people's desire for touch collides with the discomfort it causes.
Ambitious Abbey is hell-bent on holding back the years, with some help from Muhammad Ali.
Straight-talking Leonie is confident her acquired visual difference won’t hinder her.
Fiercely independent Jessica’s ‘last night of freedom’ is far from what we could imagine.
A dance theatre piece exploring the challenges for parents during lockdown.
Visualising the Covid-19 pandemic through the eyes of Signkid, a deaf-rapper.
Three strangers sharing a small flat encounter big problems in this animated adaptation.
Rotoscope animation powers this dance film by Akram Khan and Naaman Azhari.
A digital collaboration between Lucinda Childs and the Ballet National de Marseille
Loyle Carner and Simon Armitage are among those performing at the poetry and spoken word festival in September
The city's streets are transformed into a giant stage to celebrate becoming UK City of Culture 2021
Collaborating with The National Archives and IWM, the BFI showcase the eclectic range of work produced by the department