LWLies 75 special issue: Can movies save the world?

Our latest print edition features guest contributions from Guillermo del Toro, the Safdie brothers and more.


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Cover art

Adam Hayes

On the cover

Wales-based typographer and illustrator Adam Hayes was tasked with creating a playful vision of the apocalypse on our 75th edition cover. See more of his work at mrahayes.com

Inside this issue…

A fully-illustrated rundown of the films that might just save us from collective demise from above and those politicians with their finger hovering over the red button.

Devised and designed by Laurène Boglio, with type and illustration by Sophie Mo, Simon Hayes, Oliver Stafford, Roca Balboa, Justin Poulter, Filippo Fontana, Diego Cadena Bejarano and Allison Filice.

In the back section:

Alongside our usual curated selection of reviews of films released in May, June and July…

Matt Thrift speaks to Argentine maestro Lucrecia Martel about her mesmerising tale of colonial misadventure, Zama.

Toni Colette tells Hannah Woodhead about her off-the-chain-and-then-some performance in horror opus, Hereditary.

David Jenkins meets French actress Laetitia Dosch to chat about her break-out performance in the charming Jeune Femme.

Arnaud Desplechin speak to David Jenkins about the playful and mysterious Ismael’s Ghosts.

Nick Pinkerton tells the story of the late, great Hollywood gunslinger Budd Boetticher ahead of a major new Blu-ray release.

LWLies 75 is on general sale 11 May. Subscribe today to make sure you never miss another issue.

Published 10 May 2018

Tags: Colin Trevorrow Guillermo del Toro Hope Dickson Leach JA Bayona

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