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March 4, 2020

Watching films and reading about them is thrilling. Whether light criticism, personal entries, or academic scholarship, in one form or another it's the embodiment of what you wanted to discover and learn more about when you first put on that movie. But like with most t...

February 6, 2020

Seji is a South Korean chef who has been taking London’s food scene by storm with her delicious, sustainable menu of Korean Fried chicken, kimchi, and a beautifully curated selection of natural wines. 

 All images in this article: @bombom_london

Can you explain to o...

January 10, 2020

This film is about a poor South Korean family that infiltrates the excessively lavish, opulent household of the Park family one by one. Through sharp wit, sheer confidence and mind games, the film never quite allows you to believe that this is a relatively easy task, b...

December 13, 2019

With the highly anticipated issue dedicated to Sight & Sound’s best films of the year 2019 now on stands, new editor-in-chief Mike Williams sat down with Strand Magazine to discuss the point of compiling such a list and the role of cultural journalism on the work of ar...

November 2, 2019

For three weeks, the BFI’s 63rd London Film Festival took place across multiple cinemas in the city, presenting some of the most exciting work at the forefront of film culture. After the build-up of various films shown and celebrated at previous festivals, including Cé...

September 10, 2019

Stanley Nelson's documentary, Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool, not only delicately entrances you with immaculate storytelling, but because of the subject matter, shakes you awake into a full state of consciousness. Colours and music —sight and sound—are dished out with...

August 28, 2019

Hannah Woodhead is a lover of magazines and movies from way back, a Little White Lies (LWL) reader since the age of fifteen, and having previously worked as a student journalist for her university paper, understood from early on that film journalism is something “you g...

June 5, 2019

The world needed this film. From the first few magnetic minutes, Sasha Polak’s Dirty God grabs hold of you, long after the credits have finished. Do not expect a sentimental pull on your heartstrings, because actress Vicky Knight brings her explosive A-Game to the scre...

May 21, 2019

Here, we have a film that brings new life to the timeless work of American photographer, Harold Feinstein.

Coney Island Teenagers(1949) by Harold Feinstein

Feinstein was a massively underrated master of his craft. One look at his photography (and, in my opinion, especial...

May 15, 2019

Francine Stock meets me for coffee at BAFTA, after a long day working on her third novel – ten years since the release of In Glorious Technicolour, a book that chronicled the last century with the three most impactful films per decade.'It’s just a question of sitt...

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