Meet the artist behind the Scottish Curling Championship’s stunning ice art

By Little White Lies

Hendrick’s Gin teamed up with Orla Stevens to add a splash of colour to this year’s competition.

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.

Sensitive Scumbags: The male characters in the films of Ruben Östlund

By David Jenkins

Ahead of the release of Triangle of Sadness, we look back at the Swedish provocateur’s intriguing depiction of men.

Masters of Suspense: On Park Chan-wook’s love of Alfred Hitchcock

By David Jenkins

Decision to Leave reframes the blueprint of Hitchcock’s Vertigo, but it’s not the first time Park Chan-wook has looked back to this classic-era muse.

The Joys of a Curious Cinematic Mind

By Little White Lies

FilmFeels unlocks the door to curious movies and a curious mindset when it comes to seeking out new experiences.

Take a look at this amazing artwork inspired by Audrey Diwan’s Happening

By Little White Lies

To celebrate the release of Happening, Picturehouse spotlight 10 creative responses from female artists, writers and creators.

How Paul Verhoeven defies genre trappings with Benedetta

By Charles Bramesco

‘Nunspoiltation’ doesn’t quite cut it when it comes to the work of this fiendishly talented auteur.

Discover a classic, booze-fuelled sequence of female self discovery

By Marina Ashioti

In praise of Juho Kuosmanen’s Compartment No. 6 and a scene of human connection around shots of moonshine.

Witness the world premiere of one of the greatest film scores of all time

By Little White Lies

Ealing Studios’ Scott of the Antarctic is set for a historic Barbican performance this month.

The photographer and director capturing the magic of cities after-dark

By Little White Lies

Louis Dazy shines a light on his fascination with documenting the possibility of night-time. In partnership with Adobe Creator Collective.

What is the greatest film score of all time?

By Sean Wilson

Composer Magazine takes a look at the elements which earn a film score a place in the history books.

Discover the digital film festival where you’re on the jury

By Little White Lies

ArteKino offers a creative and versatile selection of European films, all available from the comfort of your own home.

Don’t miss this scintillating survey of the best new Russian cinema

By Little White Lies

The bursting programme for the 2021 Russian Film Festival is available to all on the BFI Player.

The photo illustrator constructing her own offbeat visual worlds

By Little White Lies

Artist Vanessa McKeown shines a light on her unique creative process. In partnership with Adobe Creator Collective.

Discover the London East Asia Film Festival 2021

By Little White Lies

Immerse yourself in the cinematic delights of East Asia as this annual celebration goes from strength to strength.

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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.