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.
David Michôd and Guy Pearce candidly reflect on the shared cultural motifs that informed both Animal Kingdom and The Rover.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Australian cinema. Including...
The remarkable story of Australia’s first movie icon.
From Chips Rafferty to “Crocodile” Dundee, LWLies considers a quintessentially Australian love affair.
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.
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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