We don’t just make magazines, podcasts and our website here at Little White Lies – every so often, we create a book too. The latest collaboration between Little White lies and Abrams New York is Sofia Coppola: Forever Young, a critical survey of the films of Sofia Coppola, lovingly presented in a hefty full-colour monograph.
Written by our own Digital Editor Hannah Strong, the book features essays on all of Coppola’s work to date, as well as new interviews with her collaborators including Kirsten Dunst, Philippe LeSourd and Nancy Steiner. There are also exclusive behind-the-scenes photographs from Sofia’s close friend Andrew Durham, and a forward written by Italian filmmaker Alice Rohrwacher.
To celebrate the release of Sofia Coppola: Forever Young, Hannah will be in New York City and Los Angeles at the end of June/beginning of July to present a number of screenings around Coppola, encompassing both her work and the works that have informed her filmmaking. We’ve partnered with some of our favourite cinemas to put these screenings on, and we’d love it if you could join us. Hannah will be introducing all the films, and signed copies of her book will be available to buy at all of the screenings.
So if you’re free on the east or west coasts, grab a ticket and pick up a book!
New York City
Tue 21 June – Rooftop Cinema Club, Midtown, Lost in Translation (7.30pm)
Wed 22 June – Nitehawk, Prospect Park, The Bling Ring + Drag Show (8.30pm)
Sat 25 June – The Roxy, Tribeca, Marie Antoinette (5.45pm)
Sun 26 June – Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria, The Virgin Suicides (1pm)
Wed 29 June – American Cinematheque Los Feliz, The Bling Ring / To Die For (7pm / 10pm)
Thu 30 June – American Cinematheque Aero, The Virgin Suicides / Picnic at Hanging Rock (7.30pm)
Fri 1 July – Rooftop Cinema Club DTLA, Lost in Translation (8.30pm)
Published 15 Jun 2022
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