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Wes Anderson's Commercials (2012)

In addition to the release of his feature MOONRISE KINGDOM and its short companion piece COUSIN BEN TROOP SCREENING, director Wes Anderson’s already-busy 2012 was made even busier with a trio of new commercial works.   247 more words


Moonrise Kingdom

Moonrise Kingdom

It’s sleek. It’s style. It’s humane. It’s funny. It’s pretty with a prettier cast. It’s pure Wes Anderson. What else do you want for entertainment ? 327 more words


Moonrise Kingdom (2012)

I’ve been living in a Wes Anderson world lately. I rewatched Life Aquatic a few times for another project. By chance, caught The Darjeeling Limited on cable. 722 more words


Wes Anderson's "Cousin Ben Troop Screening" (2012)

The year 2012 marked director Wes Anderson’s grand return to live-action filmmaking in the form of MOONRISE KINGDOM.  As part of the film’s promotion, Anderson enlisted the services of his frequent collaborator Jason Schwartzman for a Funny or Die sketch called COUSIN BEN TROOP SCREENING.   222 more words


Wes Anderson's "Moonrise Kingdom" (2012)

Notable Festivals: Cannes (Opening Night)

Inducted Into the Criterion Collection: 2015

After the reinvigorating creative (if not financial) success of 2009’s FANTASTIC MR. FOX, director Wes Anderson embarked on a new live action script with Roman Coppola, who during the writing of 2007’S THE DARJEELING LIMITED had helped Anderson tamp down the escalating scope of his earlier narratives while honing in on the essence of the stories themselves.   2,471 more words


"The Life Aquatic"

This painting is a combination of two things I love with a passion – The Muppets and Wes Anderson films.  A few years ago, Stardust Video and Coffee in Winter Park, FL hosted a Wes Anderson-themed art show.   90 more words


Wes Anderson's Stella Artois "Le Apartomatic" Commercial (2010)

Director Wes Anderson’s signature visual style has proven to be a hot commodity in the world of advertising.  As such, he’s built up a solid side-career directing commercials and advertisements for lifestyle brands like American Express, Ikea, and Dasani– all of which have eagerly embraced his idiosyncratic aesthetic.   250 more words