3 Burst results for "Wiz Anderson"

"wiz anderson" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"wiz anderson" Discussed on Bigmouth

"And also have the matures to communicate what feels like for dad who's really concerned. He's a great guy is a bit of mystery about whether mom is I think she dismiss up she's dead or something, but he can't re communicate to her. He's twenty the right thing. But it doesn't want to get into just. Yeah. Just really move me or not what did you think of Elsie Fisher's performance? Because she is. Yes, totally natural man. She doesn't feel like it scripted. And she says like every other words. But yeah, just great. And it's really sort of. She's totally insecure wants to get in with the cool crowd. And then she's got this kind of blog. She's doing what she's kind of giving tips and being confident, and it's it's really clever. Really great. And I love the cheeks. Have let let an exchange when you're going to middle school, and you have sort of. I'm into spends in around just a cool the kid who just that much older knows this stuff doesn't matter. And it's great. She's got this kind of figure in the Cup to and it's not all sweetness, enlightens and bad things happen. But he's great law that from you come up with good feeling about it is expecting something. Terrible happened in bad things happen. But you come out basically thinking, she's gonna be alright that's pretty cool. She's she's got these older kids who looking out for. Yes. Great resource. Made me feel better about mine too. Undo some of these troops standard. They are the fitting in finding uncomfortable having an enormous crush on a hunk. Swimming pool. Wherever's thirteen how's it differently? Do you think eighth grade? I think you're absolutely right. Because all those things are that helps tickles and challenges than everybody must face in there in the atlas news. So just the troops stunned because they have to be they have to be faced the way that it's different is, obviously, the context of social media makes it very different kind of she's making these videos were sort of presenting yourself as if she's talking to the world, but at the bottom of the screen, you can see one view zero views three views, the she's she's really talking to self and he's trying to convince us the kind of person that she wants to be which I found really really moving and really kind of really choking, actually, and you see around baron, and she'll post it notes with little firming things one of them says never give up and I just like that really got me. Not least because that is t-shirts that Muhammed Salah was wearing last night. A message from the us. Nobody will always really gets to me because I think that's a whether it's a kid in high school, or whether it's the way I prefer to experience emotional issues, which is through avengers end game. For instance, coal thing. I don't think you see in our own way. These little school challenges little horrible, the horrible popular gales that she ruins and the indifferent. Friends. Really? They're on the way. Those th the challenge is every bit as great, and you know. She's in every scene as we hear effectively heaven settled monologue giving through YouTube, you really feel it. And I I actually thought it was it was brilliant. It's sold as a comedy. And it is funny. But it isn't ready comedy. It's it's it's it's putting you in the head fourteen years old again in a slightly different context of sheen of irony. Wiz Anderson Rushmore sort of thing where it's all a bit, you know, and the geeks. Geeks triumph over, but it's not just this is just was a trail of choline movie called book smart, which is which is two girls who are the flip of this character. They really clever the really ironic they are outside loser ties. Well, this is going to attack those issues by their wit humor there ridiculousness like kind of like a female teenage sabotage video complete flip side of it. Yeah. I found this much mall. I know because I'm seeing you the one you, but I find it really really affecting. What was really true? Even though I've never been a fourteen year old American Gil, I was gonna check..

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"wiz anderson" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"wiz anderson" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

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"wiz anderson" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

09:01 min | 3 years ago

"wiz anderson" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"One. Now film that wasn't in this year's Oscars, but we be very surprised if it's not in next year's. It's Wiz Anderson's upcoming animated feature cooled. I'll of dogs. It's witty woman whimsical, and stunningly beautiful intricately detailed and very stylish anicent always invents a whole new Wolf audiences to lease themselves in. And this is his deepest project yet set in a fictional futuristic Japanese city where dogs have been banished or trash island Erica do on Is this films lead graphic designer and found her own Japanese heritage fellow, useful and realizing was Anderson's vision. The Japanese archipelago twenty years in the future. Canine saturation is reached epidemic proportions. An outbreak of dog flew rips through the city of Mecca sake. Mayor Kobayashi issues, emergency orders, calling for at least equality trash Island. The becomes an exiled count. The Isle of dogs was as a very visual person, So we always start with a library on Listen archival f as images in a lot of this world. By the time I started had already been forming in his mind and was starting to form in this sort of concept drawings and the animated story board had a lot of visual richness to it as well. So it wasn't really like starting from scratch. It was just sort of trying to understand this world that hadn't really been visualized, but that was starting to form and then building on top of that and how it should work is done. I wonder visually in the studio in the office in which he worked with your colleagues, putting this thing together, a how much of the communication is Purity visual, and how much of it is verbal a people sitting at desk omega while I want it to be a bit like this. You know this bit of this film and but this graphic design elements of this. So I went to Japan on I went to the supermarket, and I found these amazing noodles may have this wonderful typeface on it and Laura, I guess all of these things kind. Come home to roost in such a grand project is olives dogs. And how much of it is pushing pieces of paper with sketches across the table and how much of it is chatting it through. I think a lot of it starts with the images that we collect in that west collects. And after each prop You have a little bit more of an idea of the look and feel of the film. Say, you start tailoring your references, and it becomes tighter and tighter until you kind of instinctively know what kind of noodle boxed it's probably going to deliver. But the processes, if you take that example is finding may be ten images that you think are interesting or different or appropriate. And some of them might come from our experiences or examples from packaging from the city sees or unite could come from an OD film. There's a lot of references from cinema as well as real old posters in reload packaging. And from those ten references, Wes will often select one that he sees something. Interesting in or he'll select three and that will become our briefing away. That's our brief to start the design of the probe Annan. Once we have a First pass will pass it back and forth with West directly. Sometimes the first graphic is the one in sometimes it takes 25 revisions and that's our process. The film is set twenty years in the future uncut fictionalized. Japanese city mega Sacchi Yes. Weather has been an outright of Doak flu or have that maybe it says the mad at wants to kind of exert his cat loving control over over this city. So there is something of pure whims the about the end of his. He is usually an Allegri which is less whimsical about control in government and causing people off to widens and all the rest of it. In terms of the design of that, it's very funny in it's very witty in it. That is let the rising through stick of rock every single atamans in it. In that film from your graphic side as got that kind of whit to it. Did you kind of realizes the point It was pure instinct driving. To know that this would work this way, You don't need to ask a question about Latin. This thing works. How long did it take to Isn't she kind of get into the universe with all of those? It wasn't immediate by any stretch. It did take a lot of time because you don't start with guidelines. You don't start with a world of what backward square. Each one thing that you designed becomes another piece of the puzzle, and the world becomes more and more real and more and more familiar ends. What really helps West had a very you know, he may not know what it looked like. We had a very strong feeling of what looked right for the film or what didn't. So it was very difficult to veer off track innocence because he did approve every single graphic from a notebook on a desk to oversee this The important things front and center leg letters in things that you see close-ups of like newspaper spreads. But also everything else in the background that you may not even notice because it's blurry are too dark, Y'all. I have seen it annual of approved it, and that's be may bus on that's been thought of by salon. Chosen all stylized physically made shots that he that or This is something that a camera might Paul Sova in a second, but there's so much depth and love and care and detail enslave correctness about every single minute detail. Yeah, And I think that's one of the things that was fascinating to watch because it's not just two of Graphics, it's too All of the props in the puppets in the costumes and everything else is made by hand it just the sheer amount of manpower in hours that went in and knowing that and going to watch the film knowing that is also the It was an amazing experience, a cyber full of the same time rebirth of while area. It just seems like an impossible task and we had no idea how many graphics We were going to have to do on this film. And we started because obviously you you have a graphics breakdown of the key things that you know are in the script to tell us what you mean by that. Eric, when you have a graphics breakdown for people, What's that light? Is that every visual detail because of See this is an animated film. So this is quite different to actors and regular sets. This is something slightly different. The breakdown self looks really boring. It's a spreadsheet, Chris, It's a spreadsheet with a Hurry. Stop somewhere. I mean, this is our list of graphics that we're going to need to do basically in it has a list of graphics by sat that work. We know that we're going to need to design the original document came from the script, suit pulled out. And this is one of the things I learned from an is you have to go through the script and pullouts every time you see the graphic is mentioned, you know, you're going to have to design not so that goes in spreadsheet. Guys him at the old was a stage directions. He reads a newspaper, Oh, he glosses sports pleasure, newspaper that she will keep executives of a thing needs to me made what's it gonna look like? Does it can have a photograph on it? It such every single detail of that. Yes. Fascinating. Yeah. And this is a thing, And you can forgive people pulsing this over that all of this stuff needs to be made from scratch, right? Yes. But the thing is we started with a document that was a certain length. And as soon as we started on the set, you realize they're all of the things that aren't even mentioned on the script said if you take the classroom for example, Yeah, you. Now that there's going to be a banner across the middle of the room that says, mega Sacchi senior high daily manifest, but you also have twelve maps on the wall. You have all of the notebooks there on the desks. You have copies of the manifesto also on the desks. There are a little low goes on The pencils. There are name tags in their badges on the characters that are being warned. There are examples of calligraphy that the students have done that sort of decorate the wolves. They're sign inch in on every single sets you apart from what we need from the scripts. The list just kept growing and growing in. That's how we ended up with a team of graphic designers instead of just me. Are you going to be holding screenings of your house where you kind of lead people through the DVD and keep imposing a guy that was May Now you see this newspaper. This is funny because fill that you could do a very good DVD. Common tree, Erica illness probably be the most annoying. Will you help and. The little pilot. Why should because he's a 12-year-old boy. Doc slot those, We'll find him. Wherever he is, if he's alive, you'll find your dog. And that brings us to the end of Today Show Thank you to all my guests. The shape of water is out. Now the Olive dogs comes out on the 23rd of march in the USA and the 30th here in the UK. The show was, of course produced by Holly Fisher and light beam Riverbound Join us again at the same time next week of the time being thanks for tuning it.

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