Being a big fan of his work, I enjoyed this episode of The Director’s Chair featuring Wes Anderson: In this episode of The Director’s Chair, we take Wes Anderson interviews so that he can explain his unique style and dive into the Wes Anderson aesthetic. The contents are summarised into 5 topics: Pull from your …
A short film for H&M, directed by Wes Anderson starring Adrien Brody. This short has all the things that make up Wes Anderson’s signature: tracking shots (panning of the camera), symmetrical shots, a refined color palette, … it’s all there 🙂
Being a fan of Wes Anderson his films and style, I quite dig this: With all the tradition, pomp and quirks, the State of the Union Address is straight out of a Wes Anderson movie.
Utterly Brilliant montage blending The Grand Budapest Hotel with The Shining. Related: everything tagged Wes Anderson — one of my favorite directors in case you haven’t noticed yet.
What if Wes Anderson directed X-Men?
Union Glacier is located in the southern Ellsworth Mountains of West Antarctica. This is a documentary about a small team of people who live and work on the glacier during the Antarctic summer. There’s something very Wes Anderson like to this documentary. Must say I like it. A lot. Highly recommended and worth your time.
POV and vehicles on Wes Anderson’s cinema. Related: A filmographer’s POV →
Related: A filmographer’s POV →
Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel recounts the adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend.