Little White Lies i — July/August 2014, #54

Little White Lies

LWLies is a bi-monthly, independent movie magazine that features cutting edge writing, illustration and photography to get under the skin of cinema.

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Marion Cotillard works Two Days, One Night; Philip Seymour Hoffman opens God's Pocket; Gérard Depardieu exclaims Welcome to New York; Gael García Bernal asks Who is Dayani Crystal?; Stuart Murdoch prays God Help the Girl; Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo Begin Again; Nicolas Cage is Joe; Ari Folman addresses The Congress; Kelly Reichardt plots Night Moves; Michel Gondry conjures Mood Indigo; Ivan Sen walks Mystery Road; Gillian Robespierre raises Obvious Child; Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan wonder What If; and there's a special report from the Cannes Film Festival.

Plus exclusive interviews with Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, Belle and Sebastian's Stuart Murdoch, Gillian Robespierre; Kelly Reichardt, Michel Gondry and Audrey Tautou.

Inspired by our cover film:

Don’t Hate Me Cos I’m Beautiful: LWLies goes face-to-face with Robert Pattinson.

Mutual Appreciation: David Michôd and Guy Pearce candidly reflect on the shared cultural motifs that informed both Animal Kingdom and The Rover.

Aussie Rules: Everything you ever wanted to know about Australian cinema. Including...

The Outlaw: The remarkable story of Australia’s first movie icon.

The Bushman: From Chips Rafferty to “Crocodile” Dundee, LWLies considers a quintessentially Australian love affair.

The Tracker: Charlie’s Country and Ten Canoes director Rolf De Heer explains the cultural significance of David Gulpilil, the pre-eminent Indigenous icon.

Genre and Genocide: Ivan Sen, director of Mystery Road, identifies the different ways of examining Australia’s cultural melting pot.

Have You Seen Yahoo Serious?: LWLies charts the rise and fall of Australia’s original screen prankster.

Ozploitation Essentials: Celebrating the Australian genre films that time (almost) forgot.

The End of Time: John Hillcoat, director of The Proposition and The Road, explains his obsession with the end of the world.

Time After Time: LWLies presents an exhibition of original artworks inspired by 10 iconic post-apocalyptic films.


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