In this issue of Little White Lies:
The Titane Review: Sam Bodrojan wrestles with Julia Ducournau’s Palme d’Or winner in our feature review.
Sacred Hearts: Anna Bogutskaya and Hannah Strong speak to Julia Ducournau and her muse, Agathe Rousselle, about religion, gender and why Titane is actually a spiritual love story.
L’Homme Du Café: Sophie Monks Kaufman meets French acting titan Vincent Lindon, who extolls the virtues of people watching.
The Gore Gore Girls: SFX and gore make-up is traditionally a man’s world; Marina Ashioti meets five women who are challenging that perception.
Flesh and Metal: Kambole Campbell delves into the weird and wonderful world of cinematic metal fetish, exploring Japanese cinema’s enduring fascination with biomechanics, mecha and modification.
Only Human: David Jenkins attempts to track down Marina de Van, the elusive director of shocking cult horror In My Skin.
Threads #20: Christina Newland investigates the cinematic history of a deadly accessory: the humble hairpin.
Little White Lies was established in 2005 as a bi-monthly print magazine committed to championing great movies and the talented people who make them.