Tag: Wes Anderson

Mise En Scène & the Visual Themes of Wes Anderson

Mise En Scène & the Visual Themes of Wes Anderson

A video essay by Way Too Indie on Wes Anderson’s use of mise-en-scène & visual themes. Wes Anderson is certainly one of the best auteurs today. Another such filmmaker is Jean-Pierre Jeunet. In today’s filmmaking where everyone copies from everyone, it is much harder to carve out your own unique signature visual style compared to the pioneers.

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The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

Wes Anderson is one of my favourite directors. I look forward to his new movies and I am never disappointed. Moonrise Kingdom felt just so yesterday and now we have Grand Budapest already. The new film is essentially Wes Anderson with his trademark sets and brand of storytelling. Two interesting filmmaking techniques caught my attention though. One is the story […]

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