Don Cheadle: ‘Filmmaking is a very risk-averse business’

By Leila Latif

The veteran actor, musician and director speaks about his role in Noah Baumbach's White Noise, and what his long tenure in Hollywood has taught him about the world.

Danish Scum! Welcome to Lars von Trier’s The Kingdom

By David Jenkins

Recapping the mad ’90s hospital-based horror-comedy in anticipation of its long-awaited third series, The Kingdom Exodus.

LWLies 96: The Glass Onion issue – Out now!

By Little White Lies

We hop on a deluxe yacht to visit Rian Johnson’s fiendishly entertaining, star-spangled nu-dunnit.

Features

Don Cheadle: ‘Filmmaking is a very risk-averse business’

By Leila Latif

The veteran actor, musician and director speaks about his role in Noah Baumbach's White Noise, and what his long tenure in Hollywood has taught him about the world.

Tsai Ming-Liang and Lee Kang-Sheng on a joint career in filmmaking

By Alicia Haddick

The Taiwanese master filmmaker and his muse discuss their long-standing artistic partnership.

Different Class: the decline of British blue collar stories on screen

By Sam Davies

25 years since Nil By Mouth first hit screens, Gary Oldman’s film has become a relic of a time when working-class stories were major cinematic events. What happened?

A new short film from Alice Rohrwacher is getting a release through Disney+

By Charles Bramesco

The 37-minute Le Pupille joins a group of rebellious youngsters spending the holidays at their boarding school.

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Reviews

Emancipation

By David Jenkins

Will Smith brings stern dramatic heft to an enslaved man making a dash for freedom in Antoine Fuqua’s tonally mish-mashed action drama.

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Three Minutes: A Lengthening

By Marina Ashioti

A home movie becomes an important historical artefact, revealing the devastation of the Holocaust for the Jewish residents of a small Polish town.

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White Noise

By Hannah Strong

Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig reunite as a couple grappling with their fear of death in Noah Baumbach’s adaptation of Don DeLillo’s novel.

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Tori and Lokita

By Phil Concannon

The Dardenne brothers return with a harrowing story of human trafficking in Belgium, centring on two young migrants.

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Lynch/Oz

By Marina Ashioti

Alexandre O Philippe traces the connection between David Lynch and Victor Fleming's The Wizard of Oz.

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Last Flight Home

By Saskia Lloyd Gaiger

Ondi Timoner films the final days of her father’s life in an informative, detailed and unpolished account of assisted death.

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