Ten Lessons on Filmmaking From Wes Anderson

Filmmaker Magazine

The Rome Film Festival had a striking fresh look this year under the direction of its new artistic director Antonio Monda. The redesigned fest had a slew of hot films and top-tier tributes. But at the core of the new “festa,” or celebration of cinema, was a series of high-profile conversations with leaders in the arts.

One of the main highlights of the fest was a conversation with Wes Anderson and novelist Donna Tartt in which they discussed their love of Italian films. While Tartt went in depth on her love of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Medea, Max Ophuls’ Everybody’s Woman, and Paolo Sorrentino’s The Great Beauty, Anderson gushed on his favorite Vittorio De Sica film, The Gold of Naples.

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WizzroSupreme998d ago

Sure would love to be a fly on the wall of whatever room Wes Anderson thinks up his films.

RetrospectRealm997d ago

Like most masters of film, he's probably thinking about film all the time. Everywhere.