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There a six films in Wes Anderson’s ouevre with a seventh on the way. Which is your favorite?
Film critic Matt Zoller-Seitz breaks down the fantastic opening scene from one of Anderson’s best films.
A look back at what might be Anderson’s most underappreciated work.
Anderson brings a cartoon to life with one the best films of his career.
The consensus seems to be that if you like Anderson, you’ll like ‘Moonrise Kingdom.’
The Cannes Film Festival opens in under a week and the previews continue.
An ode to Eric Anderson; the boys get painted.
An important step in reviewing Rushmore is to call your ex-girlfriend in Germany.
Wes Anderson’s first movie Bottle Rocket is a coming-of-age story hidden inside a heist movie that sets the tone for his quirky, charming oeuvre
Our next Marathon will serve as a primer on the director giving us ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ later this month.
Ten movies I want to watch in this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
Featuring Bruce Willis, Ed Norton, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton, and of course Bill Murray and Jason Schwartzman.
Wes Anderson’s next up, Honorary Oscars presented, overused line in movies…
‘Darjeeling Limited’ on Criterion and ‘How to Train your Dragon’ make for great mainstream releases, while ‘Leaves of Grass’ and ‘I am Love’ will satisfy the arthouse fans.
At yesterday’s National Board of Review awards ceremony, Wes Anderson couldn’t make it to receive his Special Filmmaking Achievement Award. So he accepted his award the best way he could:
Jeff Wells of Hollywood Elsewhere attended the New York Film Critics Circle Awards ceremony last night and he uploaded some fantastic video. First was George Clooney who was in charge of introducing Wes Anderson to accept the Best Animated Feature award. George put some pressure on Wes by saying that the Wes Anderson had revealed […]
A special weekend edition of the web summaries. Read of the Weekend: This could also be called the “listen of the weekend.” The 5 best music scenes in Wes Anderson films. [The Playlist] News of the Weekend: Oscar Watch for 2010 – Helena Bonham Carter, Guy Pearce, Jennifer Ehle, Timothy Spall, Michael Gambon, and uber-thesp […]
Well, this might help to discredit the rumors that Wes Anderson was a detached director. In order to demonstrate exactly what he wanted his animated characters to do, Anderson filmed himself acting out their parts. I’m no expert when it comes to behind-the-scenes filmmaking, but I imagine that as far as directing goes this is […]
By now you’re probably familiar with the recent L.A. Times article that discusses the detached directing style that Wes Anderson used on his latest film Fantastic Mr. Fox. Allegedly while the film was being produced in London, Wes was living in Paris and he directed the film via daily e-mails to the crew. Unsurprisingly certain […]