Posts Tagged ‘Wes Anderson’
And it’s 65. 65 editions. But like all women of class, the Festival de Cannes does not show its age.
Indeed, it seems like a tough and handsome twenty years old girl.
This edition, signed by the still close couple Jacob-Fremaux, comes with a truly remarkable program. The first impression, reading the names of present authors, is that Cannes has ensured the best. Ken Loach, David Cronenberg, Wes Anderson, Michael Haneke, via Alain Resnais, Abbas Kiarostami and Walter Salles. And we’re just browsing through the list of the films in Competition. Read the rest of this entry »
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from Wes Anderson‘s unique storytelling and characterization of human relationships, it’s that there is always something that needs to be cured, mended, explained. Incommunicableness in his works is its strongest feature. And it’s real, almost palpable in the almost painful air of romantic uneasiness. It’s quite impossible not to recognize ourselves in the disarming eccentricities of those characters and stories. So much of what hurts or cheer us up is now conveyed through catchy illustrations and colors on canvas. This weekend at Spoke Art, San Francisco, over sixty new contemporary artists, painters and screen printers will be capturing frozen moments of director’s oeuvre in occasion of the second annual Bad Dads art show tribute to the films of Wes Anderson. Max Dalton, Joshua Budich, Matt Dye, Isaac Bidwell, Johannah O’Donnell, David Rose, Saul Boxx Gonzalez, Jing Wei, Audrey Pongracz, Michael Ramstead, Rhys Cooper, Danielle Rizzolo, Bec Winnel, David K Rose, Jason Spencer, , Christopher Brewer, Sandi Calistro, Gene Guynn, Dave Greco, Greg Gossel, Zoltron, Jason Levesque and Tim Doyle, among others, will be showing off a bunch of new killer art pieces until the end of November. Get an inside look at what to expect from this terrific show. Read the rest of this entry »