Lee Jutton

Director of short films starring a killer toaster, a killer Christmas tree, and a not-killer leopard.
Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

Netflix is Going for Gold with ‘The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society’

By Lee Jutton 

This acquisition is more ‘Mudbound’  than ‘Mute.’


Elizabeth Banks is Reuniting With ‘Slither’ Director James Gunn for a New Horror Film

By Lee Jutton 

Fingers crossed other alumni of the cult classic horror-comedy also team up with Banks and Gunn for this one.

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ReFrame Sets Out To Change How Hollywood Hires

By Lee Jutton 

The diversity initiative has outlined actions that the industry can take to increase inclusion in film, television, and other media.

Isle Of Dogs

What’s Next for the 2018 Oscar Winners?

By Lee Jutton 

Dying for more Frances McDormand? Wondering where else you can see Sam Rockwell? Let us guide you through their upcoming projects.

Phantom Thread

The Food Oscars

By Lee Jutton 

This year, food played almost as important a role in films as people did.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Daniel Brühl

By Lee Jutton 

Your guide to the underrated Spanish-German actor currently starring in ‘The Alienist.’


‘Babylon Berlin’ Should Be Your Next Destination On Netflix

By Lee Jutton 

The sexy, stylish crime drama shows how the seeds of Nazism were planted in the Weimar Republic.

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4 Movies to Help Beat the Winter Blues

By Lee Jutton 

Escape from the bitter cold outside with some good old-fashioned movie magic.

Eight Hours Don't Make A Day Fassbinder

Why ‘Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day’ is Fassbinder’s True Piece de Resistance

By Lee Jutton 

This miniseries may be the most remarkable title in the German enfant terrible’s oeuvre.