Truth and Movies

The Case for Art

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

As lockdown in the UK eases, Sophie Monks Kaufman reflects on the value of cultural exchange on a personal and societal level.

LWLies 85: Food & Film Special – On Sale Now!

By David Jenkins

Our latest print edition brings together two of life’s foremost pleasures.

Discover this avant grade war drama 40 years in the making

By Kambole Campbell

Hausu director Nobuhiko Obayashi’s penultimate film, Hanagatami, is as surreal as it is moving.

Features

Netflix’s Disclosure is just the start for trans*-positive representation

By Lillian Crawford

Sam Feder’s latest documentary, on Hollywood’s harmful transgender stereotypes, is a great conversation starter – but we need to go further.

The Case for Art

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

As lockdown in the UK eases, Sophie Monks Kaufman reflects on the value of cultural exchange on a personal and societal level.

Sundance London will go virtual to continue in 2020

By Charles Bramesco

Zeina Durra’s Luxor and Alan Ball’s Uncle Frank head up the main feature programme.

LWLies 85: Food & Film Special – On Sale Now!

By David Jenkins

Our latest print edition brings together two of life’s foremost pleasures.

View More
View More

Reviews

Bad Education

By Hannah Woodhead

Hugh Jackman plays a tricksy teacher in Cory Finley's pitch-black classroom comedy.

review LWLies Recommends

The Old Guard

By Hannah Woodhead

Netflix eyes up a superhero franchise to call their own with Gina Prince-Bythewood's entertaining action epic.

review

Litigante

By David Jenkins

A moving account of a mother trying desperately to balance a scandal at work and a health drama at home.

review LWLies Recommends

Finding the Way Back

By Hannah Woodhead

Ben Affleck exorcises some personal demons in this sometimes effective basketball drama.

review

Back Roads

By Charles Bramesco

Alex Pettyfer marks his directorial debut in inauspicious fashion with this lurid family incest thriller.

review

A White, White Day

By Trevor Johnston

A police chief’s suspicion turns into an obsession in this chilly Icelandic drama from Hlynur Palmason.

review LWLies Recommends

View More
Little White Lies Logo

About Little White Lies

Little White Lies was established in 2005 as a bi-monthly print magazine committed to championing great movies and the talented people who make them. Combining cutting-edge design, illustration and journalism, we’ve been described as being “at the vanguard of the independent publishing movement.” Our reviews feature a unique tripartite ranking system that captures the different aspects of the movie-going experience. We believe in Truth & Movies.

Editorial

Design