Ella Kemp, Little White Lies

Ella Kemp

Little White Lies

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Past articles by Ella:

Why Pete Davidson should win the Best Supporting Actor Oscar

His turn as the vapid, insecure David in Bodies Bodies Bodies proves there's more to Davidson than tabloid headlines and Saturday Night Live skits. → Read More

Living review – Melodrama like they don’t make anymore

Oliver Hermanus teams up with Kazuo Ishiguro and Bill Nighy for a British reimagining of Akira Kurosawa’s 1952 masterpiece, Ikiru. → Read More

Red Rocket review – A dirty delight

Simon Rex plays a washed-up porn actor in Sean Baker’s sparkling character study set around the Texan fringes. → Read More

Another Round review – Vinterberg at his most meditative

Mads Mikkelsen and director Thomas Vinterberg continue their midlife crisis odyssey in rousing fashion. → Read More

Songs My Brothers Taught Me review – Chloé Zhao’s lyrical debut

There’s poetry in the mundane at every turn in acclaimed director Chloé Zhao’s impressive debut feature from 2015. → Read More


Jojo Rabbit review: Taika Waititi laughs in the face of fascism

In this bravely brazen 'anti-hate satire' a Führer with halitosis and a misguidedly fervent member of the Hitler Youth provide an outlet to poke fun at prejudice and cherish innocence. → Read More

Zombi Child review – Hypnotic storytelling that shakes you to your core

A history lesson turns into a horror movie in French writer/director Bertrand Bonello’s bold reclamation of the zombie legend. → Read More

Good Boys review – Bursting with charm and laughs

The pains of prepubescence is the butt of this warm-hearted, foul-mouthed comedy from the makers of Superbad and director Gene Stupnitsky. → Read More

Tell It to the Bees review – Watery tale of forbidden love

Anna Paquin and Holliday Grainger star in Annabel Jankel’s emotionally-strained sapphic romance. → Read More

Gloria Bell review – Julianne Moore lights up everything around her

Julianne Moore plays a divorcé stepping to her own beat in Sebastián Lelio’s remake of his 2013 drama. → Read More

The Keeper review – Charming and enlightening portrait of Bert Trautmann

Famed German goalkeeper Bert Trautmann is the subject of this delightful romantic biopic. → Read More

Ben Is Back review – Roberts and Hedges have astonishing chemistry

Lucas Hedges plays a teenage drug addict who attempts to reconcile with his mother, played by Julia Roberts. → Read More

Sauvage review – A searing, loving portrait of a young man on the verge

French writer/director Camille Vidal-Naquet’s impressive debut feature, about a queer man longing for love, is infused with skin-prickling energy. → Read More

Boy Erased review – Punishing but powerful conversion therapy drama

Lucas Hedges plays a young man struggling with his sexual identity in this tender drama from director Joel Edgerton. → Read More

Christopher Robin review – Bursting at the seams with honey-soaked sweetness

Piglet, Pooh and Tigger too are brought back to life in this big-hearted Disney live-action animation, starring Ewan McGregor and Hayley Atwell. → Read More

Eighth Grade And The Apex Of Excruciating Adolescence

What Bo Burnham's debut understands and so many other films miss. → Read More

Netflix’s Set It Up is not your average millennial rom-com

Claire Scanlon’s Manhattan meet-cute, starring Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell, is a bouncy comedy with plenty to say about modern relationships. → Read More

The Kenyan lesbian romance that got a standing ovation at Cannes

Rafiki was banned in its home country, but the dreamy, pink-hued love story could be a cult international hit → Read More

Fakear review, Koko, London: French artist has a dexterity that is fascinating to watch

At his sold-out London show, Fakear asks the audience just one question: “Are there any French people in the room tonight?” We all know this is rhetorical - homegrown fans have been waiting for the prodigious electronic producer to travel over and play at KOKO in London for months now. Finally touring his brand new album All Glows, the musician proves his worth among French fans but also an… → Read More

Roger Waters, Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, live review: cinematic show packed with Pink Floyd's greatest hits

Time is not an issue for Roger Waters, the 74-year-old former Pink Floyd bassist in the middle of an astonishing 151-date-long world tour. He’s not scared of age, exhaustion – or the expectations of the 17,000 Barcelonan fans staring back at him. → Read More