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, 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.
Inside the issue
A review of David Fincher’s Mank
Hannah Woodhead verbally spars with this sumptuous evocation of classic-era Hollywood.
It’s All True: A Conversation with David Fincher
David Jenkins talks to the master filmmaker about realising a passion project after a 30-year wait.
Caitlin Quinlan profiles one of our favourite actors working today, Tuppence Middleton.
F For Fake
On the magic tricks behind selecting costumes to show up on black-and-white film.
Adam Woodward scours the credits of Citizen Kane for the lost masters of cinema.
Touch of Evil
Charles Bramesco revisits the little-known 1973 TV movie filmed on the MGM lot as it was being bulldozed.
Too Much Johnson
A complete timeline of how we came to collectively worship certain movies in the West, by Lillian Crawford.
The Other Side of the Wind
Matt Thrift celebrates the preservation and curation work done by the UK’s boutique Blu-ray labels.
Threads: The Majorette costume
Christina Newland picks apart the screen iconography of cheerleader garb in all its guises
Illustration in this issue by Rumbidzai Marilyn Savanhu, Calum Heath, Stephanie Sergeant, Jill De Haan, Francesca Pusceddu.