Friday, April 17, 2009

"I've always wanted to be a Tenenbaum."

Wes Anderson and his films have been one of the biggest inspirations to me. I have watched all of his films more than I can care to say. And its no wonder why, he combines my other favorite inspirations into his style of filmmaking. Francois Truffaut, Charles Schulz, Mike Nichols, J.D. Salinger, among others...

The Museum of the Moving Image just concluded their 5 part series breaking down Anderson's style called The Substance of Style. It goes through the set design, scene to scene shots, character development, and so on. Its pretty impressive. Check it out when you got 50 minutes (or 10 minutes).

thanks to "The Scout" for bringing this to my attention

1 comment:

miss milki said...

wow love wes anderson's movies - this looks really interesting. Will be bookmarking it for when I have a moment to sit down and read it! thanks!