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This special, expanded edition of the magazine celebrates British cinema and contains moving illustrations.

This special, expanded edition of the magazine celebrates British cinema and contains moving illustrations.

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To celebrate the landmark 80th issue of Little White Lies, the magazine is presented  in KineRama – an age-old cinematographic process, lovingly revivified for these fully-illustrated pages. When you receive this issue, you’ll find a special image decoder securely attached to the inside front cover. For 15 years, LWLies has prided itself on being a film magazine powered by illustration. This edition is no different, only the illustrations now move. Wherever you spot the KineRama logo, slowly move your decoder across the illustrations and watch as they spring to life. Please note: the only way you can experience the full, overwhelming joys of KineRama is by holding a physical copy of LWLies 80 in your hands.

Main Features:

100 Best British Films

Thirty LWLies contributors come together in celebration of British cinema at a moment when Britain is going through something of a rough patch.

But this is no standard checklist. Here the critics go in search for that rarely seen sub-genre known as the “British arthouse film”. Groundbreaking, challenging, eccentric and obscure, the 100 titles that feature on this countdown are all completely unique examples of pathfinding cinema at its finest.

Includes contributions from: Mark Asch, Abbey Bender, Anton Bitel, Kambole Campbell, Megan Christopher, Jake Cole, Phil Concannon, Lillian Crawford, Rogan Graham, Caroline Golum, Tom Huddleston, David Jenkins, Trevor Johnston, Ella Kemp, Aimee Knight, Elena Lazic, Manuela Lazic, Michael Leader, Mike McCahill, Iana Murray, Christina Newland, Caitlin Quinlan, Roxanne Sancto, Justine Smith, Nathan Smith, Philippa Snow, Matt Thrift, Matt Turner, Hannah Woodhead and Adam Woodward.

We're delighted that BFI DVD and Blu-ray titles feature heavily, with many of the short films available on BFI collections.

Browse our selection from the 100 here.

Plus an in-depth look at The Souvenir, the extraordinary new work by British writer/director Joanna Hogg. It’s a haunting study of a young woman who begins to understand the true meaning of artistic expression while locked within a testing romantic relationship.

Also in this issue:

Adam Woodward teases a zombie impression out of Jim Jarmusch as they meet to discuss The Dead Don’t Die; David Jenkins talks to French grande dame Emmanuelle Devos about her new film Amin; Lou Thomas hears how Peter Strickland was inspired by 2000s British sitcoms for In Fabric; and David Jenkins discusses the extraordinary cuckold drama Our Time with its writer, director and star, Carlos Reygadas.

Elsewhere, we cover the best new releases from July and August, including Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood; Jaime Christley and David Jenkins pick through the best home ents releases; while Hannah Woodhead and Adam Woodward report back on a fruitful trip to the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.

To celebrate the landmark 80th issue of Little White Lies, the magazine is presented  in KineRama – an age-old cinematographic process, lovingly revivified for these fully-illustrated pages. When you receive this issue, you’ll find a special image decoder securely attached to the inside front cover. For 15 years, LWLies has prided itself on being a film magazine powered by illustration. This edition is no different, only the illustrations now move. Wherever you spot the KineRama logo, slowly move your decoder across the illustrations and watch as they spring to life. Please note: the only way you can experience the full, overwhelming joys of KineRama is by holding a physical copy of LWLies 80 in your hands.

Main Features:

100 Best British Films

Thirty LWLies contributors come together in celebration of British cinema at a moment when Britain is going through something of a rough patch.

But this is no standard checklist. Here the critics go in search for that rarely seen sub-genre known as the “British arthouse film”. Groundbreaking, challenging, eccentric and obscure, the 100 titles that feature on this countdown are all completely unique examples of pathfinding cinema at its finest.

Includes contributions from: Mark Asch, Abbey Bender, Anton Bitel, Kambole Campbell, Megan Christopher, Jake Cole, Phil Concannon, Lillian Crawford, Rogan Graham, Caroline Golum, Tom Huddleston, David Jenkins, Trevor Johnston, Ella Kemp, Aimee Knight, Elena Lazic, Manuela Lazic, Michael Leader, Mike McCahill, Iana Murray, Christina Newland, Caitlin Quinlan, Roxanne Sancto, Justine Smith, Nathan Smith, Philippa Snow, Matt Thrift, Matt Turner, Hannah Woodhead and Adam Woodward.

We're delighted that BFI DVD and Blu-ray titles feature heavily, with many of the short films available on BFI collections.

Browse our selection from the 100 here.

Plus an in-depth look at The Souvenir, the extraordinary new work by British writer/director Joanna Hogg. It’s a haunting study of a young woman who begins to understand the true meaning of artistic expression while locked within a testing romantic relationship.

Also in this issue:

Adam Woodward teases a zombie impression out of Jim Jarmusch as they meet to discuss The Dead Don’t Die; David Jenkins talks to French grande dame Emmanuelle Devos about her new film Amin; Lou Thomas hears how Peter Strickland was inspired by 2000s British sitcoms for In Fabric; and David Jenkins discusses the extraordinary cuckold drama Our Time with its writer, director and star, Carlos Reygadas.

Elsewhere, we cover the best new releases from July and August, including Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood; Jaime Christley and David Jenkins pick through the best home ents releases; while Hannah Woodhead and Adam Woodward report back on a fruitful trip to the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.

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SKU 10008666
Publisher(s) Little White Lies
Format Paperback
Original publication date July 2019

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