Discussion and info on people in film, ranging from directors to actors to cinematographers to writers.
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Not very eloquently but he did answer a question about it in his Reddit AMA, as well as in the Q&A after Inherent Vice at the NYFF, both of which amount to the same thing.
Paul Thomas Anderson Reddit AMA wrote:Nerd Questions! My Favorite! Well, the first time we shot spherical was on the Master...it seemed like a good fit, evoking the old 50s films like Vertigo and North By Northwest...large format films but in a boxy frame....it was a nice change from the earlier films....I wanna shoot scope again though...maybe next time...
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Had trouble thinking of its beginning as anything other than a nod at the cold open from the second episode of Fleabag. With a dash of "see something, say something."
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I never thought I'd see Thom Yorke of all people channel the energy of Barry Egan or even Jacques Tati, but Anima was just great stuff, up there with your Welcome Homes as one of the best musical shorts of the past few years, and a thousand times more expressive than any non-Damien-Chazelle directed musical in who-knows-how-long. I never thought of Anderson as a director who would be particularly attuned to the needs of a musical, and now I kinda want Anderson to be working on a feature-length one next. I think Tiffany Haddish can sing, is all I'm saying. Shame on the Academy if they forget about this by next March.