Little White Lies #90
Little White Lies #90
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Little White Lies launched in 2005 with the sole aim of creating a magazine that captures the excitement of talking about movies with good friends by bringing together impassioned, intelligent writing with striking illustration. The magazine has since become renowned for its independent ethos and iconic covers.

Each issue of the magazine dedicates its entire front section to an upcoming theatrical release, drawing inspiration from the themes and visual tone of the carefully selected film. The back section features essential reviews of the latest movie releases, plus exclusive interviews, festival reports and more.

In this issue:

Enter the Duneiverse

Tom Huddleston offers a whistle-stop tour of Arrakis through the ages, and the various iterations of Frank Herbert’s beloved book.

The Sandman

Anton Bitel talks big screens and small gestures with Quebec’s modernist sci-fi maestro, Denis Villeneuve.

Farewell My Concubine

Leila Latif meets one of Hollywood’s most wanted, Rebecca Ferguson, to chat about progressive interpretations of 1960s characters.

Timothée Chalamet in Five Acts

Philippa Snow deconstructs the image of the accidental idol across five of his recent starring roles.

Arrakis Rising

Dune production designer Patrice Vermette discusses his dream mission.

Desert Movies: A Taxonomy

A short, sharp round-up of the deserts in which filmmakers love to make movies.

Go See a Star War

David Jenkins explores the alterno space race to cash in on the surprise success of George Lucas’ Star Wars.

Woman of the Dunes

The authors of a new book on Studio Ghibli ask whether 1984’s Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind has any link to ‘Dune’.

They Shoot, He Scores

Lillian Crawford talks to film composer extraordinaire Hans Zimmer about how he draws on the classics of the past.

Threads #19

Christina Newland looks at the diverse iconography of the veil in her regular column on clothes and movies.

In the back section

Sparks

Hannah Strong meets the hard-bopping brothers who have supplied music and lyrics to Leos Carax’s Annette, and who also reveal their formative run-ins with the great Jacques Tati.

Ulrike Ottinger

Caitlin Quinlan profiles this unique German filmmaker in tandem with the release of a new documentary about her formative years, Paris Calligrammes.

Cary Joji Fukunaga

The director of Bond 25, No Time To Die, talks Charles Bramesco through the process of how an industrious indie director scores such a prestigious gig.

Jeymes Samuel

Rōgan Graham meets the director of the forthcoming politically-infused action western, The Harder They Fall.

Marley Morrison

Josh Slater-Williams chats to the director of Sweetheart, a British gay romcom with a twist.

Bette Davis

Ahead of a major retrospective at London’s BFI Southbank, Soma Ghosh deconstructs the queer appeal of one of Hollywood’s grandest dames.

Journeys: The Cannes Film Festival

Hannah Strong reports on a vintage crop of films, a great Palme d’Or winner, and lots of time spent spitting in a test tube.

In review

Leos Carax’s Annette

Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch

Liesl Tommy’s Respect

Sean Durkin’s The Nest

Ayten Amin’s Souad

Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy’s Rose Plays Julie

Darragh Carey and Bertrand Desrochers’ A Brixton Tale

Nia DaCosta’s Candyman

Ulrika Ottinger’s Paris Calligrammes

Anne Zohra Berrached’s Copilot

Sam Hobkinson’s Misha and the Wolves

Marley Morrison’s Sweetheart

Michael Sarnoski’s Pig

Mark Cousins’ The Story of Looking

Jeanette Nordahl’s Wildland