Editor, Little White Lies
David Jenkins is the editor of Little White Lies, a bi-monthly movie magazine powered by illustration which has just reached its 60th issue. He worked as a film critic for Time Out London prior joining the LWL staff and has written on film for Sight & Sound, The Guardian, FIPRESCI, Montages, MUBI and various other outlets. He is co-editor of the Faber & Faber book, What I Love About Movies, and has supplied booklet essays for Blu-ray releases of John Ford’s My Darling Clementine and Robert Altman’s 3 Women.
Little White Lies rose out of the ashes of adventure sports and lifestyle magazine, Adrenalin, when a group of friends working there decided to turn designer Danny Miller’s student degree project Little White Lies: Issue Zero into a full-fledged magazine. The design of each issue is inspired by its feature film, often represented on the cover by an illustration of its lead actor. Follow @LWLies for more.