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Auteur Theory Presentation - Wes Anderson

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Aimee Scurr

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By Aimee Scurr Wes Anderson - Auteur Presentation Institutions
- Anderson's films are influenced by personal experiences.

- The story line often revolves around dysfunctional families.




- Precocious or
pretentious protagnists. Subject Matter - Actors




- Cinamatogrophers





- Writers





- Music Composers Callaborations - Charlie Brown refrences

- The New Hollywood Era

- Touchstone Pictures and Fox Light Pictures Auteur Theory
and Wes Anderson Visual and Aesthetic Style Cinamatogrophy Mise - en - scene - Auteur: French for author, used to describe a directors film that reflects their own creative vision and style. - Mondern day autuer: Wes Anderson. - Auteur thoery was introduced in the 1950's.
“A true film auteur is someone who can bring something genuinely personal to his subject instead of producing a tasteful; accurate but lifeless rendering of the original material.” Francis Trauffat, 1950. - Anderson quoted, “I want to try not to repeat myself. But then I seem to do it continuously in my films.
It’s not something I make any effort to do.
I just want to make films that are personal
but interesting to an audience.” Nominated - Quirky themes involving middle or upper class issues. Sam and Susie in love Susie found a book: 'Coping With The Very Troubled Child' Dysfuntional family: Fantastic Mr Fox Sam Shakusky Kristofferson Steve Zissou Wes Anderon's style is easily recogniseable, it is quirky, unique and distinctive Symetrically Framed Shots/Placing subjects in the Centre of the Frame High Angle Shot Close Up Slow Motion Scene Moonrise Kingdom (2012) The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2007) Fantastic Mr Fox (2009) Moonrise Kingdom (2012) Fantastic Mr Fox (2009) Video: Wes Anderson from Above The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2007) Moonrise Kingdom (2012) Fantastic Mr Fox (2009) The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2007) - All of Wes Anderson's films contain a slow motion shot with the exception of Fantastic Mr Fox. Capture from Slow Motion Shot - Moonrise Kingdom (2012) Capture from Slow Motion Shot - The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2007) “I feel I get criticized for style over substance and for details that get in the way of my characters. But every decision I make is how I bring those characters forward.” Colour Palette Font - Titles and Credits Costumes, Props
and Setting - Wes Anderson's colour palette contains shades of yellow, red, orange and blue. Fantastic Mr Fox (2009) Colour Palette Moonrise Kingdom (2013) Colour Palette The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2007) Colour Palette - 60's and vintage inspired with quirky aspects. Costumes - Fantastic Mr Fox (2009) Props - Moonrise Kingdom (2012) Setting - The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2007), The Belafonte Ship - The font used for the titles and credits is often bold and yellow. Bill Murray Owen Wilson Jason Schrwatzman Robert Yeoman Tristen Oliver Noah Baumbach Roman Coppola Mark Mothersbaugh Alexandre Desplat
Snoopy - Moonrise Kingdom (2012) Fox Searchlight Pictures Touchstone Pictures Music: The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou Ping Island
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