83 Podcast Episodes
Latest 22 Mar 2023 | Updated Daily
Accidentally Wes Anderson: The Postcards
I ordered two sets of Accidentally Wes Anderson: The Postcards in July. And then I kept looking at looking at the AWA Instagram site, anticipating the U.S. release of those cards on October 11. Yes, I knew the date. This was exciting stuff. Guess what? As soon as I saw the postcards I knew I needed two more sets because I used this hashtag when I sent the first ones: #onetosendonetokeep. Yep, for every one I sent I knew I had to keep one. They're that cool. Other people are doing the same. Which brings me to something cool: While the launch was going on, Wally Koval, the author of the NYT Bestselling book Accidentally Wes Anderson, took time out of his day to have a chat about the book, the postcards, and how AWA has cultivated a very engaged and creative community.
18 Oct 2022
Moonrise Kingdom (2012) dir. Wes Anderson
Autism Through Cinema
Jiminy Cricket! It's a Wes Anderson episode! David, Lillian and Ethan get all warm and cosy with the pastel-colours and eccentric characters of Anderson's celebrated 7th feature film Moonrise Kingdom. The film crackles with a neurodivergent energy, from the neat tableaus of the cinematography to the gently rebellious characters of Sam and Suzy. We discuss how Anderson's use of a childlike gaze creates a visual style that emphasises formal qualities and static images, with a clear attention to comedic background details. We find useful analysis from Jacob Siegel's essay 'Wes Anderson and the Aesthetics of Autism', particularly the idea that having 'a fierce loyalty to one's passions' is 'it's own victory' as evoked by many of Anderson's tragic and comedic characters. Find the full essay here: http://newpartisan.squarespace.com/home/wes-anderson-and-the-aesthetics-of-autism.html There's also enthusiasm for Anderson's use of Benjamin Britten's music in Moonrise Kingdom, his careful approach to sexuality, and the performances of Tilda Swinton (who has appeared previously in our Orlando episode). As ever, we'd love to hear from our listeners. Do you have a favourite Anderson film? Do you find an autistic presence in his movies? If you have comments, let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll find some time to read them out in a future recording.
22 Jul 2022
Wes Anderson X-Men & Becoming a YouTube Film Critic - #119: Patrick Willems
Imagine: Shark Spray from a Helicopter, underwear costumes, and cheesy effects. While Patrick looks back on Batman (1966) with a laugh, he can’t help but credit it as the start of his love of film. Boasting 355K subscribers and 39 million views to date, Patrick Willems is a video essayist and film critic on YouTube. With videos such as “What if Wes Anderson Directed X-Men?” or “Why do Marvel’s Movies Look Kind of Ugly?”, Patrick has found his share of success and self-fulfillment from infusing a personal splash of creativity into his videos. But his path wasn’t an easy one — he experienced a handful of rejections, setbacks, and difficult self-reflections along the way.https://www.youtube.com/c/patrickhwillemsSubscribe to our Newsletter!https://findingfounders.co/subscribeWebsite: findingfounders.coFollow Sam: https://www.instagram.com/samueldonner/Follow Finding Founders IG: https://www.instagram.com/findingfounderspodcast/
21 Jul 2022
Comedian Tom McCaffrey: Wes Anderson, Scuba Diving, & Chappelle's Show
The Danny Palmer Show
Tom is back! Lit convo, dude. Also! If you're in Tampa, come to my shows this weekend opening for Giulio Gallarotti. Tickets here: https://giuliogallarotti.com/#showsFollow us on Insta:@tommccaffrey722@thedannypalmershow @blackcatcomedyAnd check out Tom's podcast Last Exit to Brooklyn:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/last-exit-to-brooklyn-le2b/id550041325Support the show
13 Jul 2022
S2E6 | Becoming the Wes Anderson of TikTok with Madelaine Turner (@madelaineturner)
The first time I came across one of Madelaine's videos I was blown away. The storytelling, the editing and the choice of music was something out of a film festival. From that day on I was hooked. Madelaine Turner is a creator, writer and director that's well known for her highly produced, short films on TikTok. Some are commissioned by brands others are commissioned by her curiosity. Last year she signed with UTA and is now is getting the opportunity to direct commercials and even write her first feature film. TikTok might birth the next generational director...Three things about Madelaine that you should know before listening to the episodeShe is a one person show; She writes, directs, acts, edits and adds the visual FX for all her TikTok videos She’s been compared to Wes Anderson based on her editing style She’s fully self taught. Madelaine didn’t go to university or college but instead, YouTube was her teacherFind Madelaine on TikTok and Instagram!
18 Mar 2022
Vinyl Crisis talks Wes Anderson Soundtracks.
Vinyl Crisis listens to Wes Anderson soundtracks on Vinyl. Among the selected gems, music played include gems from: The French Dispatch The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou Isle of Dogs
10 Mar 2022
Top 5: Wes Anderson Films - Ranked - Ray Taylor Show
Top 5 - Ranking - Ray Taylor Show
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6 Mar 2022
Ep. 2 Wes Anderson
From Bottle Rocket to future projects, Katherine, Liz, Ed and John are huge fans of Wes Anderson.
9 Feb 2022
The Agronomists, Ep 54: Jordon Wade and Wes Anderson on organic matter and fertilizer interactions
Building organic matter is a complicated and sometimes slow process, but you can’t build soil organic matter without carbon and biological activity. There’s some research out there to suggest that adding commercial nitrogen fertilizer to cropping systems burns through organic matter — but field level research doesn’t show the same results. What’s happening? First time... Read More
25 Jan 2022
Episode 28 - The World of Wes Anderson
The Film Detectives bring you an educational episode delving into the cinema of Wes Anderson. In this episode we discuss his films and how they take on a life of their own, The French Dispatch (2021) and Bottle Rocket (1996) . Hosted by Elliot Herman and Trevor Newlin.
25 Jan 2022