A book, a film, a song, a poem, a painting. What is the one work of art that had a lasting impact on your life?
International celebrities from the world of arts and beyond, share the art that changed them and their work.
The music producer Fatima al-Qadiri on the soundtrack of the video game Castlevania
The British composer and songwriter Laura Mvula on The Famished Road by Ben Okri
The British dancer and choreographer Akram Khan on the Charlie Chaplin film, City Lights
The Indian-Canadian poet Rupi Kaur on the poem ‘On Marriage’ by Khalil Gibran
The Danish film director Lone Scherfig on Michael Haneke's The White Ribbon
The Danish crime writer Jussi Adler Olsen on the song A Case of You by Joni Mitchell
The Australian-American soprano Danielle de Niese on the poem The Road Not Taken
The Pakistani education activist on a portrait of Malala of Maiwand
The fashion designer Zandra Rhodes on the art of Duggie Fields
South Korean violinist Min Kym on Van Gogh's 'Long Grasses with Butterflies' painting
Indian playback singer Harshdeep Kaur on the music of Jagjit Singh
Comedian Hassan Minhaj on the influence of Jon Stewart
Best-selling Russian author Boris Akunin on the Japanese poet Fukuda Chiyo-ni
Comedian and actor Omid Djalili on the music of Carlos Santana
Angelique Kidjo on the Senegalese book L'Aventure ambiguë by Cheikh Hamidou Kane
Poet and novelist Ben Okri on Peter Hall’s production of the Greek tragedy The Oresteia
The French-Moroccan comedian Gad Elmaleh on Charlie Chaplin
Sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar on the 1971 Concert for Bangladesh
British novelist and poet Louis De Berniers on the power of the Greek poem Ithaka
Comedian Jeff Garlin talks about the film 'Sullivan's Travels'
The actor Sir Ian McKellen on the French film 'Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot'