Truth & Movies
Bimonthly Magazine from United Kingdom

- First issue: 2005
- 'A magazine about movies and life.'
- Each issue is themed around one film.
- Publisher: 'The Church of London Publishing Ltd.'
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Last updated:
2 December 2020
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Issue 38
November/December 2011
Michael Shannon decides to Take Shelter; Rod Lurie erects Straw Dogs; Terence Davies swims in The Deep Blue Sea; Miranda July predicts The Future; Errol Morris starts a Tabloid frenzy; Andrea Arnold shows no fear of Wuthering Heights; Andrea Riseborough leads a heroic Resistance; Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt go 50/50 on tragi-comedy; Gerard Butler seeks penance from a Machine Gun Preacher; and Brad Pitt knocks a Moneyball out of the park.

Inspired by our feature film:
I'm Still Here:
Another Earth director Mike Cahill keeps his feet on the ground.

Open Your Mind:
From Arnie to Descartes - the most thought-provoking sci-fi ever.

Space Camp:
NASA boffins plus fiction writers equals good times for sci-fi.

Double Trouble:
Why there's no such thing as another Earth.

Bright Star:
Brit Marling brings sass back to Hollywood.

Apollo Prophets:
A visual folio of the moon.

Fly Me to the Moon:
Hitching a ride on the private space initiatives taking man back to the stars.

Plus exclusive interviews with:
Michael Shannon, Joachim Trier, Philip Seymour Hoffman.

Issue 37
September/October 2011

LWLies 37 offers a nuts and bolts breakdown of Nicolas Winding Refn's uber-cool auto thriller Drive.

Overleaf there's candid interviews with Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn and star Ryan Gosling, as well as composer Cliff Martinez and 'Drive' author James Sallis.

There's also an eye-opening look at the death-defying world of the Hollywood stunt driver, and an exclusive pair of poems from Sallis' unpublished volume 'Leaning into the Electric Day'. And, as an added treat, we speak exclusively to Sandra Hebron ahead of her last year as Artistic Director of the BFI London Film Festival.

Issue 36
July/August 2011

Issue 35
May/June 2011

Issue 34
March/April 2011

Issue 33
January/February 2011

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