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Bottle Rocket (1996)

Bottle Rocket (1996)
Directed by: Wes Anderson
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0115734/
★★☆☆☆

Bottle Rocket is the first film by Wes Anderson. He has come a long way since. noch 216 Wörter

Review

MOULIN ROUGE (2001)

Last week I discussed Wes Anderson’s Rushmore and his unique style. Someone with a similar but still individual style is Baz Luhrman. The Australian director uses many of the same elements that Anderson uses but in a different way: both have an obsession with classic pop music, and both have very colourful palettes. noch 719 Wörter

Film

Bar Luce at Fondazione Prada, Milan, by Wes Anderson

It came as little surprise when Fondazione Prada, the new epicentre of contemporary art in Milan funded by the Prada label, announced that superstar film director (and long time collaborator) Wes Anderson would be the creative force behind the Fondazione’s flagship bar and café. noch 362 Wörter

Uniform Design

“What do you want to be when you grow up?”

“I don’t know. I want to go on adventures, I think. Not get stuck in one place. noch 22 Wörter

152MC: Sketchbook (Initial Ideas)

For this assingment we had the choice of working in a sketchbook or making posts on our blog. I chose to use a sketchbook as I felt I was able to visually communicate my ideas more clearly and it gave me more freedom to jot any ideas down. noch 304 Wörter

Photography

Laughter might be the best medicine (depending on the ailment)

“There is nothing in the word so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humor”- Charles Dickens

“Laughter is the shortest distance between two people”- Victor Borge… noch 724 Wörter

Comedy

Jan Svankmajer's Alice - 7/10

Really weird film… even by Alice in Wonderland standards.

Being unfamiliar with Czech director Jan Svankmajer’s previous work and also a bit patchy on surrealist cinema in general I didn’t quite know what to expect when I sat down with a pint of Doncaster’s finest ale at Phantom Cinema’s latest screening. noch 397 Wörter

Rated 4-7