Adam Woodward is the Digital Editor at Little White Lies Magazine. Little White Lies was established in 2005, it's committed to championing great movies and the people who make them. Adam has been there since the magazines earliest days and has seen it grow from a passion project to a global brand that reaches hundreds of thousands of film fans each month. Aside from being a film buff of the highest caliber Adam is also part of the football team and creative project Soho Warriors.


Where The Wild Things Are trailer 2 minutes

Full disclosure: I don’t count myself as a fan of Spike Jonze’s 2009 film. Its trailer, however, is a thing of wonder – an immaculately crafted promotional miniature that never fails to spark my sense of adventure.


Christopher Nolan’s Time Puzzle 8 minutes

Luís Azevedo is a first-rate video essayist with a natural gift for storytelling. This is the first video I commissioned him to make for Little White Lies as part of an ongoing series.


Ken Burns’ The Civil War 1 hour 40 minutes

Okay, so technically this is nine videos, not one – but Ken Burns’ landmark documentary miniseries is essential viewing for anyone who’s interested in filmmaking and history, American or otherwise.


Don Hertzfeldt’s Simpsons Couch Gag 2 minutes

Don Hertzfeldt is a genius animator whose films World of Tomorrow and It's Such a Beautiful Day have a special place in my heart. His couch gag for the Season 26 premiere of The Simpsons offers a brief window into his strange and brilliant mind.


Michael Jordan Top 50 All Time Plays 16 minutes

Truthfully, I’m not even that into basketball – but I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve watched this video. Fifteen minutes of sporting supercut perfection.


Creating a magazine on a single scroll 2 minutes

Another piece of work promo... We shot this in the basement of our office over several days – it was a fascinating project to collaborate on with some ridiculously talented people. Six years on, it’s still one of my favourite issues of Little White Lies.


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