All posts tagged "Wes Anderson"
Movie News: Beat Writer’s Block; Wes Anderson Calls Saul; Plays for ZoomApril 16, 2020
In today’s Movie News Roundup: Wes Anderson offers a TV recommendation, young actors perform plays written...
Five Questions About An Oscar-Nominated Short: Jakob Schuh and Jan Lachauer’s “Revolting Rhymes”March 1, 2018
Animated adaptations of British author Roald Dahl’s children’s fiction include two highly regarded works: Wes Anderson’s...
The Irresistible Lure of the Heist: From Baby Driver to Logan Lucky, Why Do We Return to This Classic Genre?July 17, 2017
Looking for a summer getaway? You may have to steal it. A couple of high-profile heists...
The Magnificent Anderson: Tour the Weird Wonder of Wes Anderson’s World With These Supercuts (Video)May 1, 2017
With one of the most distinct eyes in cinema, Wes Anderson has been gracing screens with...
How Stop-Motion Can Survive: The Past, Present and Future of a Suffering Art (Video)February 27, 2017
From The Boxtrolls, to Anomalisa, to Kubo and the Two Strings, stop-motion animation has consecutively held its place...
First Draft: How Emotion and Human Behavior Come Together in Good ScreenwritingApril 4, 2016
In partnership with Creative Screenwriting and ScreenCraft, we present “First Draft,” a series on everything to do...
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Casting Your Location: How to Find (and Keep) a Great Location For Your FilmSeptember 9, 2015
The right location can make a film, the wrong location can break it. Recently, my family...
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Feast for the Eyes Special Edition: Top Five Food Moments in 2014 FilmsJanuary 6, 2015
Our irregular blog Feast for the Eyes charts the gastronomic iconography of the screen, pondering the...
Ammonite Writer-Director Francis Lee Requires Every Object to Have a Rich History and Defined Purpose
The Rundown: How Indie Theaters Could Outlast Big Chains; 17 Big Films Go Online; Santa’s Helpers Revealed
Happiest Season Director Clea DuVall Used to Focus Too Much on the Kind Of Director She Didn’t Want to Be
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- How Quarantine Inspired Keith Dennie to Make The Moment: ‘You Can Only Watch Netflix and Play Video Games for So Long’ on
- Survival Skills Director Quinn Armstrong Ruined 40 VCRs Creating Authentic Analog Video Effects. Here’s How to Do It Yourself (Video) December 3, 2020
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- How Quarantine Inspired Keith Dennie to Make The Moment: ‘You Can Only Watch Netflix and Play Video Games for So Long’ December 3, 2020