Posts Tagged ‘Wes Anderson’
Ever wonder what it’s like on set with the quirky director of The Grand Budapest Hotel and The Royal Tenenbaums? Check out this behind-the-scenes featurette shot by his brother on the set of Rushmore.
Painterly staging and framing of a tableau shot, as seen in the work of Wes Anderson and Peter Greenaway, can give your movie a striking visual quality. Let’s look at some examples.
Everyone knows the names of the Directors of famous pictures, but what about the Cinematographers behind them? We take a look at some of the best duos.
Explore the use of perspective and symmetry in cinematography from films by Paul Thomas Anderson, Wes Anderson, and Stanley Kubrick.
Wes Anderson’s idiosyncratic approach to filmmaking is unmistakable. Enjoy this supercut roundup that features some of his most distinctive trademarks.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the video editing process of Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom. Award-winning editor Andrew Weisblum shares his thoughts on workflow, editing technique and working with one of the world’s leading directors.