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"The Substance of Style" : Wes Anderson
Just in time for Wes Anderson's upcoming movie "The Fantastic Mr. Fox" comes this video essay on his uniquely idiosyncratic filmography. Anderson's instantly recognizable style is examined in terms of its influences (Peanuts, the French New Wave, Orson Welles etc.) and impact. Created for the Museum of the Moving Image by film critic Matt Zoller Seitz.
eGuider: Chris Brenner
Post Production Point Man, Border Patrol, Scarecrow
A recent MFA graduate from USC's School of Cinematic Arts, Chris spends his days editing, sound designing and wondering why he doesn't get paid more. He has done post work on national commercials for Nestle and Heineken, as well as Ivan Reitman's web series "Border Patrol" and the Academy Award winning short "A Day's Work".