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    Wes Anderson's DP Robert Yeoman on Bringing 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' to Life

    Cinematographer Robert Yeoman first made his mark with Gus Van Sant's "Drugstore Cowboy." Though he's worked with Noah Baumbach and on big-budget Hollywood fare such as "Bridesmaids," Yeoman is perhaps best known as Wes Anderson's cinematographer.

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    The Hidden Link Between Paul Thomas Anderson and Wes Anderson

    These two great American auteurs have more in common than meets the eye.

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    An Effete New World: Why We Need THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL

    What Anderson offers us in THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL is an idea of masculinity and of culture that finds strength in making and preserving beautiful things rather than destroying them. It’s no surprise this idea would be a hard sell in some quarters of American cinema.

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    Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Coming to HBO This Month

    The Oscar-running critics' favorite picked up a surprise Screen Actors Guild and Golden Globe nominations this week.

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    Watch: 'Fantastic Mr. Foxcatcher' Trailer Mashes Up Wes Anderson and Bennett Miller

    In this animated mash-up, Mr. Foxcatcher wants to "speak with you about what you hope to achieve."

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