I guess what makes Arrival different from other media where this has been done is that the main character refers to future events as if they were the past. It's not just a flash forward. She's actually remembering the future.
In the Westworld TV series, they often show the audience 2 different timelines and sometimes it becomes difficult to know what happens when until the last episode of the season. (This was especially true of the first season where it wasn't at all clear there were 2 timelines.) But the hosts (the robots) will often get confused about what timeline they're on, asking "Is this now?" They don't see the future like Louise, but they often can't tell if they're living a moment or remembering something from the past in a reverie.
These both contrast with something like Memento where the story is told backwards, but the characters experienced the events in the usual order. In fact, the entire premise of that movie is that the main character has trouble making memories at all.