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The film experts at Little White Lies, along with selected colleagues and friends discuss the latest movie releases. Truth & Movies has all your film needs covered, reviewing the latest releases big and small, keeping you across important industry news, and reassessing great films from days gone by with the Truth & Movies Film Club. All brought to you by the people behind Little White Lies, the world's most beautiful film magazine. email: truthandmovies@tcolondon.com twitter: @LWLies www.lwl ...
 
V E N U S your spiritual supplement bringing you food for thought to enrich all aspects of your living experience. Your Hosts Taylor and Cherish will have featured guests speaking on topics that help us bring us all closer, whilst unveiling their complete individuality.
 
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Who wrote Citizen Kane? And is Mank, the extraordinary new film by David Fincher, the best resource to answer that question? Michael Leader is joined by Little White Lies editor David Jenkins and Lillian Crawford to place this brilliantly slippery film into context. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
With Mank arriving on Netflix on 4 December, we’ve put together a Truth & Movies tribute to one of our favourite living filmmakers, David Fincher. Host Michael Leader is joined by regular contributors and self-confessed Fincher superfans Hannah Woodhead and Adam Woodward, who each pick a film from the director’s back catalogue to reappraise. What’s…
 
This episode of Truth & Movies is dedicated to the release of Josephine Decker's Shirley, a claustrophobic tale of artistic creation and romantic destruction starring Elisabeth Moss and Michael Stuhlbarg. The host this week is Little White Lies editor David Jenkins, and he’s joined by associate editor Hannah Woodhead, and regular contributor Leila …
 
On this week’s episode, David Jenkins and Adam Woodward give their spoiler-free verdict on Christopher Nolan’s hotly-anticipated “time inversion” thriller Tenet. Is it a blockbuster for the ages or another example of the director’s dramatic shortcomings? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
As cinemas across the UK reopen, Michael Leader and Hannah Woodhead catch up to chat about two homegrown features from first-time female directors. Claire Oakley’s Make Up is a haunting coming-of-age tale set against the disquieting backdrop of a Cornish caravan park, while Jessica Swale’s Summerland sees Gemma Arterton turn in one of her best ever…
 
The T&M team are excited at the prospect of seeing films in the cinema again, so in this special episode, host Michael Leader and LWLies editor David Jenkins fire some questions to Jason Wood, Creative Director of Home Manchester, about the challenges of enticing audiences back to the big screen experience. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt…
 
On our latest lockdown episode, host Michael Leader is joined by our friend from across the pond, Charles Bramesco, who has watched and ranked (almost) every original Netflix film. They discuss the curious case of the ‘Netflick’, plus Spike Lee’s Vietnam opus Da 5 Bloods, which arrives on the platform this week. See acast.com/privacy for privacy an…
 
Michael Leader hosts this week's episode of Truth and Movies, which sees LWLies' editor David Jenkins interviewing filmmaker, film scholar and dyed-in-the-wool cinephile Mark Cousins about his epic new series Women Make Film, which offers an alternative film school that draws exclusively on the work of women directors. See acast.com/privacy for pri…
 
This week, LWLies editor David Jenkins is joined by Guardian journalist Tom Lamont as they discuss the various times they have come into contact with movie premieres, including the instance that led them to walk out of the ritzy London premiere of The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas in the year 2000. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf…
 
T&M host Michael Leader gathers Hannah Woodhead and David Jenkins around his digital fire via high-tech video conferencing to discuss the wonderful world of print magazines and the joys of subscribing to a beloved title. Film, video games, ancient history, role playing games and horses all make it into the mix. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and…
 
In this special edition of Truth & Movies, presenter Michael Leader and LWLies editor David Jenkins record a late night fireside chat (some are calling it a Dad Pod) about formative cinema experiences, and how those experiences will translate to their own young children. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
After a week off, Truth & Movies is back and ready for another round of new releases. In Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles’ Bacurau, a remote Brazilian village comes under siege from a mysterious source, while And Then We Danced sees director Levan Akin tackle homophobia in Georgia via the medium of traditional dance. Finally, in Film Clu…
 
On this episode of Truth & Movies we hear from the great French filmmaker Céline Sciamma about her sublime 18th century romance, Portrait of a Lady on Fire – as swooned over by regular host Michael Leader and guest critics Anna Bogutskaya and Claire Marie Healy. Also this week, Mark Ruffalo takes on a US chemicals giant in Todd Haynes’ Dark Waters,…
 
Greed is (kinda) good on this week’s Truth & Movies, as Michael Leader, Simran Hans and Matt Thrift sail away with Michael Winterbottom and Steve Coogan for their super-rich satire – just watch out for those false teeth! Also in cinemas is Jessica Hausner’s Little Joe, starring Emily Beecham as a botanist whose latest scientific breakthrough comes …
 
Truth & Movies levels up this week with not one but two video game movies, with Michael Leader, David Jenkins and Clarisse Loughrey forming our multiplayer superteam. New in cinemas, Sega’s rapid rodent Sonic the Hedgehog gets a long overdue run out courtesy of Paramount and director Jeff Fowler, while in Film Club we revisit the (unfairly?) malign…
 
On this week’s show Michael Leader is joined by Hannah Woodhead and, making her T&M debut, Anna Bogutskaya to discuss DC’s female-fronted anti-superhero movie Birds of Prey, starring Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn. Also in cinemas Friday is Bong Joon-ho’s Palme d’Or winning social satire Parasite – will it triumph at the Oscars next week? Besides th…
 
Seadogs and scapegoats abound on this week’s Truth & Movies, as Michael Leader, Sophie Monks Kaufman and Adam Woodward pore over the latest releases. In The Lighthouse, Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe descend into madness in 19th century Maine, with director Robert Eggers joining us for a quick chat about the making of the film. Then in Richard J…
 
To round off our pod-coverage at International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Truth & Movies team talk about an 18th century French sex comedy, a eerie British horror, an ambitious animne and we also talk triumphs and memorys with festival direcror Bero Beyer on the occasion of his final year in the top seat. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt…
 
Michael, David and Elena are back at International Film Festival Rotterdam's podcast corner to talk about a new movie called Happy Old Year which offers a take down of Marie Kondo-endorsed minimalism, and meets director An Tran to discuss her new documentary celebrating the art of cinematography. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inform…
 
Greetings from sunny Rotterdam movie truthers! Michael Leader and David Jenkins have packed their mobile podcasting unit and are sampling the delights of the International Film Festival Rotterdam's 49th edition, bringing you hot takes of new movies and, in this first mini missive, an interview with Jack Henry Robbins, director of glitchy nostalgiaf…
 
British satirist Armando Iannucci adapts Charles Dickens in the crowd-pleasing, all-star The Personal History of David Copperfield, and up-and-coming director Melina Matsoukas puts a modern twist on Bonnie & Clyde in Queen & Slim. Michael Leader is joined by Leila Latif and Kambole Campbell to discuss both new releases, while in Film Club we take a…
 
Michael Leader is joined by David Jenkins and Rogan Graham to preach the gospel according to Terrence Malick, whose rhapsodic A Hidden Life opens in cinemas Friday. Also out this week, the based-on-true-event Bombshell sees Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie tackle sexism in the newsroom, while in Film Club we revisit Malick’s transce…
 
Following a special screening of Josh and Benny Safdie's first feature film, Daddy Longlegs, at London's Prince Charles Cinema, Michael Leader, David Jenkins and Hannah Woodhead took to the stage for a live edition of Truth & Movies. They chat about Daddy Longlegs, Uncut Gems and the woes of parenting practices in this special bonus episode. See ac…
 
There’s a wartime feel to the first Truth & Movies of the new year, as Michael Leader, Hannah Woodhead and Adam Woodward gear up for Sam Mendes’ immersive real-time World War One drama 1917, inspired by his own grandfather’s experiences. Next up, Kiwi funnyman Taika Waititi skewers the Führer in Jojo Rabbit, starring Roman Griffin Davis, Scarlett J…
 
We’re signing off 2019 with an in-depth chat with the makers of one of our favourite films of the year. With their sensational fourth feature, Uncut Gems, arriving in the UK on 10 January, the New York siblings took time out of their busy schedule to discuss making the step-up from their previous work, while also namechecking a few recent movies th…
 
It’s a massive week for new releases, as two of the most anticipated films of 2019 are finally revealed. JJ Abrams brings the current Star Wars saga to a less-than-spectacular close with The Rise of Skywalker, while Tom Hooper orchestrates an all-star cast for his digitally-enhanced big screen version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats. Michael Leader i…
 
On this week’s Truth & Movies, Michael Leader, Steph Watts and Adam Woodward gear up for the fantasy adventure sequel Jumanji: The Nextl Level, featuring The Rock, Kevin Hart and Karen Gillan, while the nature film gets a heavy metal makeover in Viktor Kossakovsky’s water-themed eco doc Aquarela. And in Film Club, we’re slashing through the snow wi…
 
Michael Leader is back in the T&M host’s seat this week as critics Hannah Woodhead and Pamela Hutchinson offer their thoughts on two new releases. Honey Boy sees Shia LaBeouf play his own father in a semi-autobiographical study of child stardom, while Wang Xiaoshuai surveys China’s recent social and political past in So Long, My Son. And in Film Cl…
 
It’s a bumper week on Truth & Movies, as stand-in host Beth Webb is joined by David Jenkins and Lou Thomas to dissect three new releases. There’s Knives Out, Rian Johnson’s starry twist on the classic whodunnit; Atlantics, Mati Diop’s beguiling Dakar-set mystery romance; and The Nightingale, Jennifer Kent’s gruelling post-colonial thriller. We also…
 
On this week’s show our resident animation expert, Michael Leader, is joined by Kambole Campbell and Caitlin Quinlan to discuss two very different new entries into the genre. First up is Frozen II, Disney’s long-overdue sequel to its 2013 pop culture phenomenon, followed by the decidedly more melancholy I Lost My Body, from French director Jérémy C…
 
On this week’s show Michael Leader, Manuela Lazic and Adam Woodward try to keep the motoring puns to a minimum as we gear up (sorry, sorry!) for Le Mans ’66, starring Matt Damon and a Brummie Christian Bale as American car designer Carroll Shelby and British racing driver Ken Miles respectively. And, in Film Club, Steve McQueen’s fascinating early …
 
Before it arrives on Netflix later this month, Martin Scorsese’s long-awaited mob epic The Irishman makes its way into UK cinemas this week – Michael Leader, David Jenkins and Sophie Monks Kaufman get in early on the action, assessing the de-aging job on Robert De Niro and whether the film glorifies the Mafia. Also this week, wigs and wackiness abo…
 
With another UK election looming, what better time to welcome back the foremost custodian of social-realist cinema on these shores, Ken Loach. His new drama Sorry We Missed You arrives in cinemas this week, and Michael Leader, Anton Bitel and Hannah Woodhead are on hand to deliver their verdicts. Also this week, there’s a pair of belated horror seq…
 
This week on Truth & Movies, James Cameron gets the old gang back together for director Tim “Deadpool” Miller’s Terminator sequel Dark Fate, while onetime enfant terrible Harmony Korine shows his mellow side in the sun-kissed slacker comedy The Beach Bum, starring Matthew McConaughey as fun-loving stoner poet Moondog. Michael Leader, Matt Thrift an…
 
Did 2009's Zombieland really need a sequel ten years later? Does Olivier Assayas' new film, Non-Fiction, reveal all about the world of publishing and e-books? What does the inventor of the iPod have to say about life in Silicon Valley and the future of movies? The host with the most Michael Leader is joined in the studio by Elena Lazic and David Je…
 
Déjà vu, doppelgängers and political discourse are on the T&M agenda this week, as Michael Leader, Darren Richman and Adam Woodward team up to tackle Ang Lee’s action sci-fi Gemini Man, in which Will Smith faces off against... himself, and The Day Shall Come, Chris Morris’ long-awaited return to the political satire fold. In Film Club there’s anoth…
 
DC’s clown prince is back in action this week courtesy of director Todd Phillips and star Joaquin Phoenix – but is Joker a harmless supervillain origin story or something more insidious? Michael Leader, Pamela Hutchinson and Hannah Woodhead cut through the #discourse before turning their attentions to Judy, Rupert Goold’s tender portrait of Hollywo…
 
This week, the Truth & Movies team tackle the screen adaptation of Donna Tartt's art world doorstop, The Goldfinch, as well as The Last Tree, the intriguing second feature from up-and-coming British talent, Shola Amoo. And in Film Club this week, we rake over the genteel New York weirdness of Jonathan Glazer's 2004 film, Birth. On the panel we have…
 
In this week's episode we're blasting off to the outer echelons of the galaxy to join Brad Pitt on a journey to Neptune in Ad Astra, and spending some time on a Russian space station to pick apart dreams and reality in Andrei Tarkovsky's classic Solaris. Then it's back down to earth for Lulu Wang's culture clash family comedy The Farewell, with Mic…
 
On T&M this week, Michael Leader is joined by David Jenkins and Sophie Monks Kaufman to explore the extreme poles of modern cinema. At one end we have the harrowing but vital documentary For Sama, and at the other, it's the glossy, entertaining crime flick Hustlers (starring an on-form Jennifer Lopez). And for Film Club, look at the strange, ever-c…
 
It's our second Truth & Movies special live from the 2019 Venice Film Festival. Reporting from the Lido is LWLies editor David Jenkins and critic Christina Newland, and we pick apart four big titles: Todd Phillips' divisive Joker, Stephen Soderbergh's Panama Papers movie, The Laundromat, Roy Andersson's poetic About Endlessness, and Shakespearean b…
 
This week, Truth & Movies heads back down the storm drain to tackle Pennywise the clown once more in IT: Chapter 2. There's political and legal anxieties in Argentina for Benjamín Naishtat's festival darling Rojo, and for Film Club, we tramp the sidewalks of 1960s New York City in culture clash classic, Midnight Cowboy. Joining host Michael Leader …
 
Put on your sunglasses and mosquito repellant as Truth & Movies are coming to you this week live from the 2019 Venice Film Festival. Little White Lies editor David Jenkins and film writer Christina Newland pick apart Seberg, a biopic of tragic actor Jean Seberg starring Kristen Stewart, an epic comic two-hander with Adam Driver and Scarlett Johanss…
 
This week sees the release of not one but two British classics-in-the-making. Michael Leader is joined by Adam Woodward and T&M first-timer Ian Mantgani of Badlands Collective fame to espouse the myriad virtues of Joanna Hogg’s intimate relationship drama, The Souvenir, and Mark Jenkin’s experimental monochrome culture-clash drama Bait. Capping off…
 
To celebrate the release of Joanna Hogg’s masterful new film, The Souvenir, which graces the cover of the summer issue of Little White Lies, we’ve put together a special pod tribute to the British filmmaker. Regular Truth & Movies host Michael Leader is joined by Sophie Monks Kaufman and Hannah Woodhead for an in-depth look back at the writer/direc…
 
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