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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CONTENTS: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 All GALLERIES: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 All

Issue 44
November/December 2012

Issue 43
September/October 2012

Issue 42
July/August 2012

Issue 41
May/June 2012

William Friedkin gets close to the bone with Killer Joe; Alejandro Brugues survives Juan of the Dead; Jason Statham is Safe; Mia Hansen-L?ve whispers Goodbye First Love; Tahar Rahim abets Free Men; Julie Delpy spends 2 Days in New York; Ken Loach divvies up The Angels' Share; Will Ferrell goes gringo in Casa di me Padre; Bela Tarr tames The Turin Horse; Aleksandr Sokurov interprets Faust; and Michel Ocelot brings Tales of the Night to life.

Inspired by our feature films:
Director's commentary:
Gareth Evans takes us through the movies and memories that inspired The Raid.

Greatest Hits:
Three of the world's top fight choreographer's discuss their favourite onscreen moments.

Second opinion:
A medical professional gives a prognosis on the real-life consequences of movie violence.

The First Action Hero:
We reveal the identity of the early pioneers of onscreen violence.

Tainted Love:
In an exclusive essay, Ti West recalls how he joined the ranks of horror auteurdom.

The (Un)Making of Horror:
Meet the directors who faced hell and high water to make their dream nightmare movies.

Bonded by Blood:
Inside the strange sodality of the horror fan.

Here by Monsters:
Writer and mythographer Marina Warner traces the cultural origins of our fears.

Plus exclusive interviews with:
Bela Tarr, Michel Ocelot, Ben Rivers and Mia Hansen-L?ve.

Issue 40
March/April 2012
Whit Stillman rescues Damsels in Distress; Werner Herzog ventures Into the Abyss; the Dardenne brothers train The Kid with a Bike; Nuri Bilge Ceylan dials murder Once Upon a Time in Anatolia, Markus Schleinzer exposes Michael, Cameron Crowe and Matt Damon declare We Bought a Zoo, Sean Penn assumes This Must Be the Place; and Mark Wahlberg talks to criminals in Contraband.
Inspired by our feature film: The English Way:
LWLies sits down for a relaxing cuppa with Pirates! director - and Aardman hero - Peter Lord.
Non-Stop Motion: LWLies gets the VIP tour of Aardman Animations' Bristol studio.
Scopes and Tropes: We pay tribute to the pioneers of Victorian animation.
A Series of Fortunate Events: Author Gideon Defoe tells LWLies how a pub bet accidentally became a series of novels and an animated big-screen adventure.
The Good Pirate: Vessel extraction operative Max Hardberger (aka 'The Good Pirate') guides us through the murky waters of modern-day pirating.
Slippery SOPA: LWLies takes to the high seas to find out if anything can be done to combat digital piracy.
Plus exclusive interviews with:
Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Paolo Sorrentino, the Dardenne brothers.

Issue 39
January/February 2012
Clint Eastwood and Leonardo DiCaprio get to grips with J. Edgar; Meryl Streep sizes up The Iron Lady, David Fincher unleashes The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo; Alexander Payne and George Clooney visit paradise in search of The Descendants; Woody Harrelson is Rampart; Viggo Mortensen and Michael Fassbender ponder A Dangerous Method; Tom Cruise accepts Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol; and Steven Spielberg salutes War Horse.
Heavyweight: Shame director Steve McQueen runs LWLies through the making of his sex-addiction drama.
See No Evil: LWLies considers how cinema has historically dealt with taboo subjects.
Celluloid Liberation: Three filmmakers reveal how they overcame personal anxieties through the healing power of cinema.
Cruising: Michael Fassbender is the man giving Hollywood a hard-on.
Eroticart: Five artists. Five poets. Five sets of impressions inspired by the smutty, the shameful and the sensual.
Shadowland: Is Carey Mulligan ready to step out of the shadows and into the light of Hollywood's big league?
Shooting sex: Capturing the act of sex on screen.
Plus exclusive interviews with: Alexander Payne, Woody Harrelson, Sean Durkin.

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