Every Frame A Painting is hands down the best film-related youtube channel in existence. Comprehensive, in-depth analysis of everything from the comedy of Edgar Wright to the sound editing of Martin Scorsese, Tony Zhou’s channel is fascinating for casual movie fans and film buffs alike. 99 more words
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I recently discovered the divine Juman Malouf, who has just released her first novel, ‘The trilogy of two.’ It is aimed at the young adults market, but I am intrigued by the reviews it is receiving…..maybe it’s the illustrations I want to see too, also by Juman, who was a fashion designer in a previous life as well as a collaborator with Wes Anderson. 131 more words
The extracurricular king of Rushmore preparatory school is put on academic probation. (IMDb)
Anderson’s expertly artful direction (beautiful framing, distinct and thoughtful camerawork, and yummy set/character details) and oft-oddball script (“I’ll take Punctuality”; “I’ll take the tuna fish”) here is filled out nicely by a set of complex characters (led by the ambitious adult-teen hybrid Max) and nuanced (if not super deep) relationships within a solid dramedy script, providing the viewer with nearly as many emotional moments of satisfaction (“That’s my Max!”) as pure cinematic ones.
Photographer and writer Oliver Wainwright is the administrator of the North Korean Interiors Tumblr that highlights eye-catching interiors of the East Asian country. Wainwright launched the site after his first trip to North Korea, noticing a common theme throughout much of the area’s establishments – they look like they’re straight out of Wes Anderson films. 116 more words
Over the past few years, we’ve seen a rather delightful trend of idiosyncratic adult filmmakers trying their hand at family films; witness Wes Anderson with… 140 more words