The Substance of Style

A video series on Wes Anderson and his influences
by Matt Zoller Seitz  posted May 17, 2012
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In March and April 2009, Moving Image Source published a five-part series by Matt Zoller Seitz on Wes Anderson's style and influences. On the occasion of the retrospective "Wes Anderson's Worlds" at the Museum of the Moving Image (May 18-27, 2012) and his new film, Moonrise Kingdom, which will be screened at the Museum on May 22 as a members-only preview, we are reposting the entire series. All five video essays can be viewed below. Transcripts are available with the original postings (Pts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5).

 

 

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Matt Zoller Seitz is a writer and filmmaker whose debut feature, the romantic comedy Home, is available through Netflix and Amazon. His writing on film and television has appeared in The New York Times, New York Press, and The Star Ledger, among other places. He is also the founder of The House Next Door, a movie and TV criticism website.

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