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    Trailers from Hell: Josh Olson on Wes Anderson's Absurdist Family Comedy 'The Royal Tenenbaums'

    A Criterion Royal Flush! continues at Trailers from Hell, with screenwriter Josh Olson introducing Wes Anderson's "The Royal Tenenbaums."

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    Stream The Soundtrack for 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

    It's arrived! The soundtrack for Wes Anderson's latest film "The Grand Budapest Hotel" is streamable now, more than a week before its theatrical release.

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    Discover the Wes Anderson Experience

    Upon this earth there are a few fortunate souls lucky enough to receive a role in a Wes Anderson film. In a series of interviews done round-table style after its recent Berlinale screening, the “Grand Budapest Hotel” cast members together suggested an on-set atmosphere not so different than the char...

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    15 Unlikely Influences, Inspirations & Straight Up Lifts From Wes Anderson’s ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’

    Wes Anderson’s “Fantastic Mr. Fox” hit the venerable Criterion Collection last week. Anderson is probably the only living filmmaker today that pretty much has every one of his films hit the prestige boutique label not long after its release. And it’s not hard to understand why the fastidious and wel...

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    Watch: Go Inside The Characters & Story Of 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' With New Featurette & Illustrated Poster

    Another day, another trinket from the toy chest that is Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" (our review). As you might imagine, the filmmaker has an exacting vision, one that requires a commitment from the cast to stick to the script as it is on the page, and deliver exactly what he's looking ...

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    Howard Hawks' 'Red River' & Abbas Kiarostami's 'Like Someone In Love' Hit Criterion In May, 'Life Aquatic' Goes Blu

    Another month, another reason to break open the piggy bank as The Criterion Collection unleashes another slate of films. And this May, they are unveiling their usual mix of classic titles, foreign fare and contemporary faves.

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    Watch: 5-Minute Video Explores The Mise En Scène & Visual Themes Of Wes Anderson

    "The Grand Budapest Hotel" is on the way, and by most accounts, it's Wes Anderson's most Wes Anderson-y film to date (read our review here). By this point, you either love his style and approach (or you don't), but if you are a fan, you'll want to take five minutes for this.

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    Berlin: 'Black Coal, Thin Ice' Wins Golden Bear, 'Grand Budapest Hotel' Takes Jury Prize & Richard Linklater Best Director

    The curtain has been drawn on another year at the Berlin Film Festival, and in 2014, it looks like Hollywood made a bigger impression than usual when it came to the awards. While the big prize went to one of the three Chinese films in competition, elsewhere American indie faves took home some major ...

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    BERLINALE PRIZES: 'Black Coal' Takes Golden Bear, Americans Linklater and Anderson Settle for Silver Prizes

    The 64th Berlinale closed this evening with James Schamus's jury's surprise awarding of the Golden Bear, which many expected to go to Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood” but went instead to Diao Yinan’s atmospheric noir, “Bai Ri Yan Huo (Black Coal, Thin Ice).”

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