Introducing our new collaboration

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Introducing our new collaboration
Forget superhero cinema – Huck and Little White Lies are teaming up for the crossover event of the century.

At a time when independent journalism is in perhaps its most precarious position ever, it's a privilege to work at a company that remains dedicated to championing original storytelling and the art of print magazines. But while the teams behind Little White Lies and Huck have sat next to each other in the office for years, there has never been much integration between the two sister publications – despite the fact that we share the same guiding principles and dedication to what we do. While Little White Lies is dedicated to all things movies, Huck's remit encompasses politics and youth culture, so naturally there's some crossover, and I couldn't be happier that we're finally bridging the gap between the two.

This closer partnership means that we'll be bringing readers even more incisive journalism on the stories that matter – from lo-fi queer filmmaking to deep dives into the ideologies that drive the biggest blockbusters. Huck will be highlighting the Little White Lies stories that align most with their remit, and together we'll be working on publishing new stories which speak to the heart of what both our magazines are all about: bringing fantastic journalism to you, our beloved readers.

So strap in, and forget superhero cinema – Huck and Little White Lies are teaming up for the crossover event of the century.

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