The tenth annual Letterboxd Year in Review is here! A decade on from its inception, our annual retrospective reflects the diverse tastes and passions of our more than five million members.
From Studio Ghibli classics and stop-motion delights to Akira Kurosawa’s Throne of Blood, acting sisters Thomasin and Davida McKenzie share their family holiday ﬁlm favorites—along with tales of trespassing, homeschooling and the small matter of life and death.
Staying Afloat: Lauren Hadaway on obsession in The Novice Letterboxd Journal
As The Green Knight returns to cinemas for a pre-Christmas theatrical run, writer and director David Lowery answers questions from Letterboxd members about fox plushies, the magic sex belt, rewatching his film with edibles, and Dev Patel.
Season’s Beatings: Justin LaLiberty on 100 years of felonious festive films Letterboxd Journal
Showdown 136: Keeping the Faith (best religious characters) Letterboxd Showdown
tick, tick…BOOM! supporting standouts Robin de Jesús and Joshua Henry talk about discovering Jonathan Larson, their twenties, and how Spike Lee’s Crooklyn is due for the musical treatment.
Eliza Ruiz on cinema as self-actualizing thesis, experienced through the Wachowski sisters’ iconic sci-ﬁ game-changer, The Matrix.
The Night Raiders writer-director speaks with Letterboxd about breaking new ground with her cross-hemispheric Indigenuous collaboration.