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Feature Thousand Words

Tthe surprising parallels between Wes Anderson and Yasujirō Ozu

Video essayist Anna Catley explores the cinematic worlds of these two great filmmakers.

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Fashion & Film: Travelling Wes Anderson Style – The Darjeeling Limited

I’ve been on a Wes Anderson marathon lately, revisiting almost everything I’d already seen and finally watching the rest. However, the idea for this article came to me when I saw the illustration below, made by Wes’ brother, Eric Chase Anderson, in the book The Wes Anderson Collection. For anyone interested in fashion and film, a […]

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Fashion & Film Feature

Fashion & Film: The Royal Tenenbaums (2001)

“Don’t shop anything – make everything!” Wes Anderson wanted designer Karen Patch to, as much as possible, design and build all the costumes exclusively for the movie The Royal Tenenbaums, which celebrates its fifteenth anniversary this year. The film-maker is known for placing a high importance on the visual aesthetic of his films, and costumes […]

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Four Frames: The Royal Tenenbaums (Wes Anderson, 2001)

Criticisms of Wes Anderson’s filmmaking often centre on a lack of warmth and humanity, as if his style is a façade and that emotional content is something that is neglected or ignored, willfully or otherwise. But this doesn’t ring true; in this, his third film, the story reaches an emotional crescendo that the design, cinematography […]